Yo, ho! Soon enough, we’ll be back in Hope Valley. Hallmark Channel’s most-watched show, When Calls the Heart, has wrapped up its ninth season.
When Calls the Heart Season 9 has come to a close, with co-stars Chris McNally and Kevin McGarry singing “That’s a wrap, that’s a wrap” on Instagram.
For those who haven’t watched the film yet and don’t want to be spoilt, When Calls the Heart revolves around the life of Hope Valley schoolteacher Elizabeth Thornton (Erin Krakow).
Daniel Lissing, Elizabeth’s husband of eight seasons, died tragically in the line of duty before they could consummate their love and marriage. Jack was the name of her late husband, who was killed in a vehicle accident, so they decided to name their kid after him.
Elizabeth is approached by two new suitors, Lucas Bouchard and Nathan Grant, in the years following the death of her husband (Kevin McGarry). Liz selected between the two men after months of thought, a decision that has split admirers ever since.
Fans of the show, dubbed “Hearties,” band together whenever they can to watch it together. Hearties Family Reunion is a fan conference held in Vancouver during the summer when filming of the show is taking place. Due to an upsurge in coronavirus infections and Canadian travel restrictions, no conferences were able to take place in 2020 or 2021. But we are confident that fans will return to conventions when the conditions are secure.
When Calls the Heart did not have a Christmas special last year because of the outbreak (though fans got an extra two episodes added to season 8). The Christmas special for this year is still a mystery.
When Calls the Heart return for season 9 Release Date
The launch date for the ninth season of When Calls the Heart has not yet been revealed, but we do know that it will take place in March 2022.
The filming of the 12 episodes of season 9 began on July 21, 2021, and ended on November 9, 2021, according to the schedule.
When Calls The Heart Season 9 Storyline
Expect the relationship between Elizabeth and her chosen suitor to continue in the future. The town’s mayoral campaign is expected to play a significant role in the forthcoming season, as Lee Coulter (Kavan Smith), Fiona (Kayla Wallace), and even Mike Hickam (Ben Rosenbaum) all vie for the position with Bill Avery (Ben Rosenbaum) (Jack Wagner).
In order to bring back the town’s newspaper, The Valley Voice, Rosemary (Pascale Hutton) is spearheading the effort. Expect her to get into some mischief when she takes on the role of an editorial in chief.
With the arrival of Amanda Wong, who will portray Mei Suo in season 9, there is a possibility that Nathan may find a new love interest.
When Calls The Heart Season 9 Cast
We aren’t sure who will be returning and who will be departing for When Calls the Heart season 8, but we are very certain that the following actors will be returning. Keep an eye on this space for updates on casting announcements.
- Erin Krakow is a freelance writer based in New York City (Elizabeth Thatcher Thornton)
Following her husband’s sad death, Elizabeth continues to navigate single motherhood with her son, Baby Jack (played by twins Lincoln and Gunnar Taylor), and other children. We’ll be watching with bated breath to see what romantic escapades she and her chosen suitor get into.
- In the role of Kevin McGarry (Nathan Grant), Hope Valley’s Mountie Nathan Grant is in charge of his niece, Allie (Jaeda Lily Miller), an excitable precocious adolescent who is always ready to cause mischief. Will he remain on the show after Elizabeth sided with #TeamLucas in the season eight finale?
- Chris McNally is an American football player who plays for the New England Patriots (Lucas Bouchard)
The saloon owner is a global traveler who, nevertheless, appears to be hiding some dark secrets from his background. In the season 8 finale, the businessman’s romantic gestures and candlelight meal were enough to win Elizabeth over to his side. McNally may be familiar to you if you’ve seen him in Altered Carbon or A Winter Princess.
- Jack Wagner is a well-known actor who has been in a number of films (Bill Avery)
Avery, a former law enforcement officer, and forensic investigator, is now the town judge for the town of Hope Valley. The opening of the series revealed that Avery did not always act in accordance with the law, but he has since made amends. Wagner has been on a number of popular television programs, including Melrose Place and General Hospital.
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