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Virgin River - Season 4



Melissa was a mystery until the end of the season when she was introduced to Jack and Mel as the sister of Nick (Keith MacKechnie) who coincidentally just signed a business deal with Jack. The concern is that Melissa has already proven that she will do anything to help her business succeed. Now, with Jack and Mel being engaged and having a baby, what lengths will she go to in maintaining her illegal drug trade? Jack is excited about this new business venture with Nick, and it seems like Nick has no clue as to who his sister really is.




Virgin River - Season 4



Virgin River is an American romantic drama streaming television series, produced by Reel World Management, filmed in British Columbia, Canada, and based on the Virgin River novels by Robyn Carr. The first season premiered on Netflix on December 6, 2019.[1] In September 2021, the series was renewed for a fourth and fifth season.[2] The fourth season was released on July 20, 2022.[3]


On September 27, 2018, it was announced that Netflix had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes. The series was based on the Virgin River book series by Robyn Carr with executive producers: Sue Tenney, Roma Roth, and Chris Perry. Tenney was also set to serve as the series' showrunner with Reel World Management acting as the Production company involved in the series.[4] On December 20, 2019, Netflix renewed the series for a 10-episode second season.[10] On December 18, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a 10-episode third season.[7] On September 20, 2021, Netflix renewed the series for a 12-episode fourth and fifth season.[2] On July 26 2022, it was reported that Patrick Sean Smith replaced Sue Tenney as showrunner.[11]


On December 19, 2018, it was reported that Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson, and Annette O'Toole had been cast in series regular roles. Additionally, it was further reported that Jenny Cooper, David Cubitt, Lexa Doig, Daniel Gillies, Lauren Hammersley, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Colin Lawrence, Trevor Lerner, and Ian Tracey had joined the cast in an undisclosed capacity.[12] On May 29, 2020, Sarah Dugdale joined the second season as a series regular while Grayson Gurnsey has been promoted as a series regular for the second season.[6] On June 11, 2020, Benjamin Hollingsworth was promoted to a series regular for the second season.[5] Upon the third season renewal announcement, Zibby Allen was cast a new series regular and Stacey Farber was cast in a recurring role.[7] On October 25, 2021, Mark Ghanimé and Kai Bradbury joined cast as new series regulars for the fourth season.[8]


Principal photography for the series' first season commenced on December 3, 2018, in Vancouver, British Columbia and ended on March 26, 2019.[13] The series was also filmed on location in Snug Cove, New Westminster, Squamish, Agassiz, and Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.[14] Filming for the second season began on September 9, 2019 and ended on December 17, 2019.[15] Filming for the fourth season ended on December 7, 2021.[16] Filming for the fifth season began on July 18 and concluded on November 21, 2022.[17][18]


In mid-May, Netflix confirmed the release date for Virgin River season 4: July 20, 2022. The description for the new season, courtesy of Netflix: "Despite not knowing whether her baby belongs to her deceased husband, Mark, or Jack, [Mel] has a sense of optimism. For years she yearned to be a mother, and her dream is one step closer to reality. While Jack is supportive and excited, the question of paternity continues to gnaw at him," it reads. (A love triangle? Hasn't Jack been through enough?!)


Also of note: Hope and Muriel may also become friends in season four, if you can believe it. Tenney told EW: "The more fun relationship is the one between Muriel and Hope. It starts as very antagonistic...In the slow burn category, you'll see moments coming up that are going to open up that relationship."


Like I said, we'll find out who shot Jack in season four...right? Um...probably. Showrunner Sue Tenney told Entertainment Weekly: (opens in new tab) "I always wanted it to be a slow burn. I liked the idea of putting Jack in a vulnerable situation, which is he can't remember something simple." And to TV Insider, she shared (opens in new tab): "The person who pulled the trigger and wanted him dead are the same person, but Calvin and Jimmy and the failed raid in Season 2 and him getting shot all intersect with all the rest of it." Alexandra Breckenridge, who plays Mel, laughed to TV Insider (opens in new tab): "Well, I know who shot Jack!"


Tenney noted in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that Charmaine will have even more to deal with in season four, on top of the twins, her new marriage, and the upcoming custody fight. "We have a pretty big bombshell for [Charmaine] coming in the following season...that's going to blow everybody away." But Charmaine was absent from the first-look photos shared by Netflix, suggesting that she may have a smaller role than in previous seasons.


You probably guessed this from the season three build-up, but speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Tenney confirmed that Paige, Preacher, and Christopher's story will reach a conclusion next season. "We're going to bring everything together with Paige and Preacher, and it's going to come to a very dramatic end at the end of season 4," she shared.


As for Lilly's daughter Tara, who announced she'd be staying in Virgin River at the end of season three thanks to an "anonymous financial donation" from Mel, actress Stacey Farber told TV Insider: (opens in new tab) "I think [she'll] still be grieving her mom and figuring out what her life is without her. Her mom played a hugely important role in her day-to-day life and they live together and she has her baby sister who she would now have to be responsible for."


On October 25, 2021, Deadline reported that two new cast members had signed up for the fourth season. One you'll recognize immediately: Kai Bradbury, who we saw at the very end of season 3 as Doc's long-lost grandson, Denny Cutler.


Welcome to a new season of Virgin River! The community that supports its own through compassion, gossip, tough love, and meals at Jack's Bar is back with all the small-town drama that comes with it.


First, the good news: Hope (Annette O'Toole) is alive and out of the hospital! (And no, Calvin had nothing to do with her car crash, despite the mid-season rumors.) The crash left her with a brain injury that's affected her smell, taste, memory, spatial awareness, and even her personality. She's also forgotten that Doc (Tim Matheson) told her Lilly was dead, and he'd prefer to keep it that way until she's recovered a bit more.


Unfortunately, nobody passed that memo along to Lizzie (Sarah Dugdale), who stops by with some food for Hope and offers to take care of her roses, which are charmingly named Amy, Jo, Meg, and Beth. (That girl's had a personality transplant since her introduction in season 2, hasn't she?)


The newly single Ricky (Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey) seems to have gotten into Mel's leftover blonde hair dye, and he and his frosted tips are being menaced by a raccoon outside Jack's Bar. Preacher (Colin Lawrence) identifies the raccoon as Bandit, and sadly that's the last we see of the trash panda this season.


Over dinner, Doc finally brings up Denny. Hope is thrilled and even voices regret that she and Doc never had children, and oh, what a relief that the two of them are on the same page. Annette O'Toole is just marvelous this season, isn't she? Hope's still prickly and demanding, but her voice is softer, more frustrated and unsure.


Oh, and despite Brie's openness about Calvin's threats, she's not willing to tell Brady or Jack that her ex-boyfriend raped her. She tells Mel that she hasn't seen a therapist about it because "that stuff" is in the past. It's not just a river in Egypt, Brie!


After the hospital gives Mel and the baby an all-clear, they return to the question of paternity: she wants to know, but Jack doesn't. Mel reminds him that the truth usually comes out (which we've seen at least 50 times so far this season), but Jack prefers to keep his head in the sand. *grimace emoji*


Brady's only concession to the festivities is a Henry the Eighth hat with his leather jacket, and if I may? He is pulling. it. off. He tells Brie about Jack's confrontational visit the day before, complaining that Jack always treated him like a dumb kid no matter what he did to win his respect. (We saw the first three seasons, Brady. You didn't try that hard.) Then he gets a text from Calvin and pivots to the "make the bad guys think I'm still on their side" plan.


Hope offers up the amazing advice that you have to go through certain seasons with someone before marrying them, including the holidays, winter, and tax season. She's slowly sounding more like her old self, and again, Annette O'Toole's doing a fantastic job with Hope's progression.


Mel's fretting about Jack's absence, and Cameron swoops in to lament not having a plus-one. Then he looks at her with his greedy, greedy eyes. Around them, everyone's dancing, even Brady, despite his previous-season protestations that he doesn't like it. He and Brie are cute together, as are Cameron with Muriel, Lizzie and Ricky, and Connie and Lydie. It's small-town wedding perfection, and Hope and Doc cuddle and watch it all.


After six hours missing and a town phone tree, GPS tracking, and searches of the streets, riverbanks, and morgue, Preacher finds him asleep in the parking lot of McGill's Taphouse. Jack has the audacity to be surprised by all the missed calls and texts.


Mike's not done, though. He also found Sally, who set Preacher up at the end of season 3. She says Vince threatened to kill her if she didn't, and she might be able to lead them to Christopher. 041b061a72


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