The two-year break is turning out as a big game-changer for Hallmark’s Chesapeake Shores Season 5, which now has a creative revamp. With Cheers’ Phoef Sutton joined the show as a new executive producer, it looks like the O’Brien clan will have a new focus in their life. As a result, not only the family drama will turn over a new leaf, but you can also expect significant casting changes.
Based on Sherryl Woods’ book series of the same name, it follows Abby O’Brien-Winters’ struggle to reunite her family. After receiving a troubling call, Abby quickly left for her hometown. But while trying to save her sister Inn from seizing, she met with her first love, Trace, who at first appeared as a huge obstacle. But later, both find a way back to love meantime dealing with the troubling family dynamic.
Chesapeake Shores Season 5: Finale Teased A New Beginning
In the fourth season finale, Abby and Trace shared a kiss on the beach, which will continue to play a prominent part in Abby’s memories. As the pilot episode “A Kiss Is Still A Kiss” teased, Abby will scrutinize her future with Trace. After that, however, things would change in a way that she hasn’t imagined before. Meanwhile, David’s parents present a legal document to Jess soon after vowing they wed in Chesapeake Shores.
However, the legal document will put her on edge. On the other h and, shortly after Bree returns from London, she will receive a fascinating job offer. But unaware of the fact that this job could reconcile Bree with her high school nemesis. Elsewhere, unbeknownst to Connor, the law firm he’s working for would present a client who could soon become the reason for a major conflict in the O’Brien family.
New Phase Will Explore
The executive producer Phoef Sutton, who last year boarded the series, said that everyone in the show will now explore a new phase in their lives. Kevin and Sarah are married now while Connor is entering a new law firm. Meanwhile, Bree had a great play in London, and Megan and Mike will begin reconciling with their relationship.
Thus the fifth season will come up as the maturing of the group. There everyone will move on in their lives in an intriguing way. However, it remains in limbo whether or not Abby and Trace will come together.
Chesapeake Shores Season 5: Who Will Be In The Cast?
In the early stage of production, Jesse Metcalfe, who played Trace Riley decided to bow out. Thus it’s unclear whether he will return in some scenes in the fifth season or not. However, Sutton confirmed that the door is always open for Jesse to return. However, after his departure, Robert Buckley has been cast opposite to Abby. Buckley will play Evan Kincaid, an eccentric billionaire and Abby’s business ally who try to charm her in unique ways.
Besides, Meghan Ory as Abby O’Brien-Winters will return with Barbara Niven as Megan and Laci J. Mailey as Jess O’Brien. Emilie Ullerup as Bree O’Brien, Brendan Penny as Kevin O’Brien, and Andrew Francis as Connor O’Brien will also return. As well as Dianne Ladd as Nell O’Brien, will join Treat Williams as Mick O’Brien.
Chesapeake Shores Season 5: When Will It Release?
Finally, the long wait is over now. Chesapeake Shores Season 5 Episode 1, titled “A Kiss Is Still A Kiss,” will air tomorrow, August 15, at 8 pm ET only on Hallmark Channel. However, you can also catch the show on other live streaming services if the network isn’t available in your cable package.
These include Frndly TV, Sling TV, and Fubo TV. You can also watch the show on-demand on Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube TV. Further, feel free to stream the first four seasons on Hallmark’s streaming platform, Hallmark Movies Now.