Thursday, February 14, 2019

When Calls the Heart - Season 6 on the Hallmark Channel - starring Erin Krakow, Jack Wagner, Kavan Smith, Pascale Hutton, Paul Greene, Kevin McGarry, Andrea Brooks, Chris McNally, and More!


REVIEW

TV Show: When Calls the Heart - Season 6

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: This New Season Began Sunday, February 24, 2019
Season 6 took hiatus break and returned Sunday, May 5, 2019



*If you miss an episode of "When Calls the Heart" Season 6, you can stream the episodes via Prime Video on Amazon!


CAST:

Erin Krakow ... Elizabeth Thatcher
Lori Loughlin ... Abigail Stanton
Jack Wagner ... Bill Avery
Martin Cummins ... Henry Gowen
Pascale Hutton ... Rosemary Coulter
Kavan Smith ... Leland “Lee” Coulter
Paul Greene ... Dr. Carson
Andrea Brooks ... Faith
Hrothgar Mathews ... Ned
Loretta Walsh ... Florence Blakeley
Johannah Newmarch ... Molly Sullivan
Aren Buchholz ... Jesse
Eva Bourne ... Clara
Carter Ryan Evancic ... Cody
Ben Rosenbaum ... Hickam
Kayla Wallace ... Fiona Miller
Chris McNally ... Lucas Bouchard
Kevin McGarry ... Nathan Grant


"When Calls the Heart" Storylines by Episode:

Episode 1: Phone Rings and Heartstrings - After taking time off to care for her new baby, Elizabeth returns to teaching but soon realizes she needs more support than she could have imagined. Abigail prepares for the arrival of the telephone to Hope Valley. Bill and Gowen enter a bidding war for the town saloon. When Rosemary senses a spark between Faith and Carson, she fans the flames trying to get a romance started.



















Episode 2: The Queen of Hearts - When Lucas, a businessman from out of town, arrives in Hope Valley, Bill and Abigail are on high alert and Bill investigates the mystery man with some help from a spy at the town’s new switchboard. Elizabeth teaches one of her students to find his confidence. Intrigued by the stock market, Abigail solicits Gowen’s investment help. Meanwhile, Clara applies for a job at the saloon.














Episode 3: A Vote of Confidence - Bill turns to an old friend for help tracking down gunrunners responsible for the deaths of Mounties. Elizabeth helps one of her students stand up for himself, while Abigail uses her power of persuasion when Lucas becomes an uncooperative business owner. Rosemary and Lee help Elizabeth care for her baby but a struggle weighs on the couple. Faith and Carson reevaluate their relationship.












Episode 4: Heart of a Mountie - When a new Mountie, Nathan Grant, comes to Hope Valley, Elizabeth confronts her memories, and Bill reluctantly teams up with him to investigate a suspicious robbery. Rosemary buys a telephone, and Lee worries this new technology will contribute to his wife’s gossipy tendencies. Meanwhile, Jesse’s jealousy of Lucas reaches a boiling point.








Episode 5: Surprise - Elizabeth confronts Nathan about his parenting style. Bill is offered a judgeship, but is unsure if he wants to take it. Rosemary hosts a girls-only night. Faith and Carson’s romance blooms. Jesse finds surface oil, but can’t afford to drill. Gowen makes a compelling offer of his own to Jesse and Clara.










Episode 6: Disputing Hearts - Gowen strikes oil, which splits Hope Valley into the haves and have-nots. Nathan urges Bill to re-examine judgeship offer, while Elizabeth helps Nathan’s niece open up to her classmates, and learns more about Nathan in the process. Rosemary struggles to reveal an emotional concern to Lee. Carson helps Faith connect with her estranged father. Meanwhile, Fiona trains Florence at the town switchboard, and quickly realizes she has her work cut out for her. Elizabeth receives unexpected help from Lucas in her mission to create a town library. Jesse and Gowen continue to have conflict. Meanwhile, Bill and Nathan apprehend an infamous outlaw.








Episode 7: Hope is with the Heart - Trying to stay on Elizabeth’s good side, Lucas sets up a library for the town. Allie tricks Harper, Robert and Opal into believing the town has a haunted house. Rosemary shares the struggle on her heart. Bill serves as judge in Hope Valley when Jesse sues Gowen.















Episode 8: A Call from the Past - Elizabeth faces danger when strangers come to Hope Valley to collect a debt from Lucas. Lee’s business suffers when Gowen hires his top employees away. Meanwhile, Rosemary hosts some out of town visitors, and finds that their help disturbs her otherwise peaceful domestic bliss.












Episode 9: Two of Hearts - In the season finale, Elizabeth holds a christening for baby Jack during the excitement of Founder’s Day Weekend. Meanwhile, Jesse plans a surprise for Clara.

















*If you miss an episode of "When Calls the Heart" Season 6, you can stream the episodes via Prime Video on Amazon!

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*images via: Hallmark Crown Media Family Networks
Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter

16 comments:

  1. I am loving all these beautiful pictures from WCTH! Is it crazy I'm actually more excited for this season than any other?

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    1. Not at all... I, too, am really looking forward to this new season of WCTH! I'm hoping there will be lots of new romances and surprises! Just hopefully... Not Elizabeth, yet!

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  2. I just watched Erin Krakรณw on Home&Family and she said this season is going to be positive and happy. They are moving on past all the sadness of season 5.

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  3. I haven`t watch WTHC since S2 but I`m sure to tune in to see Chris McNally looking much dapper in those great suits. Looks like it will be an interesting premise this season.

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  4. I like Fiona, the telephone operator together with Lucas, the new saloon owner. They have great chemistry. I hope that Elizabeth will not end up with Lucas but with the new mountie..

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    1. Elizabeth is better with a new Mountie named Nathan Grant, Lucas

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  5. “#Hearties, thank you for your love, support, and patience these last several days as we have all been preoccupied with the news about Lori Loughlin and her family, and the decisions our colleagues at the Hallmark Channel USA needed to make,” the statement began. “As you can imagine, everyone involved with When Calls the Heart was surprised by these developments, so we hope you can forgive us for initially staying silent while we sorted through how to respond.”

    The statement continued: “As for the show itself, we know millions of fans are on pins and needles wondering what will happen now. Let us reassure you, When Calls the Heart has always been bigger than the sum of its parts, and it HAS NOT BEEN CANCELED. With the full support of the network, we have gone on a creative hiatus to do some retooling on the remaining Season 6 episodes. That process has already begun. Hope Valley will return to your TV screens as soon as we can bring the episodes to you.”

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    1. Yes, thank you for sharing Brian Bird's statement regarding the continuation of "When Calls the Heart." The producers have been quite reassuring with all the fans (Hearties) that the show will go on... even without Lori. It is a shocking turn of events for everyone involved, and I cannot even begin to imagine where they will go from here, since Abigail is such an integral role, as Mayor and business owner, with the Hope Valley community.

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  6. The channel posted on Instagram that the series won’t end. It will go under hiatus.
    "Hope Valley has many more stories left to share and we will let you know the details soon,” the post said.

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  7. Hallmark’s Heart will continue beating without Lori Loughlin — but for how long?
    In the wake of Loughlin’s indictment in the college cheating scandal and subsequent firing from When Calls the Heart (among other Hallmark projects), the EPs behind the feel-good drama are setting the record straight about the show’s post-scandal fate. As previously reported, Hallmark execs opted to press pause on the show’s currently-unspooling sixth season to explore its “creative options” moving forward. It now appears that the one-episode pre-emption has turned into a full-blown hiatus.

    “With the full support of the network, we have gone on a creative hiatus to do some retooling on the [seven] remaining Season 6 episodes,” read a statement issued by EP Brian Bird via Instagram. “That process has already begun. Hope Valley will return to your TV screens as soon as we can bring the episodes to you.”
    Bird reassured fans that When Calls the Heart “has always been bigger than the sum of its parts,” before insisting that “it has not been cancelled.”

    It also has not been renewed — not yet anyway. Hallmark is not commenting on what impact Loughlin’s departure will have on the show beyond the already-shot sixth season.

    You can read Bird’s full statement below…

    Hope Valley will return soon

    The show must go on

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    1. I'm sure it's going to be a difficult process to remove Lori from the rest of the Season 6 "When Calls the Heart" production. It will surely take quite a while to fix the episodes... either without her entirely or replacing the actress, who plays Abigail. Whatever the creative team decides to do, any option is sure to take a great deal of time and patience.

      Will WCTH be able to continue after this? Again, only time will tell. Losing Daniel Lissing as Jack Thornton at the end of Season 5 was already a most difficult blow for the Hearties; I'm not certain what the reaction will be, from viewers and cast members, after losing Lori Loughlin as Abigail Stanton, especially since Lori has been with the series since the pilot movie.

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  8. First of all, thank you, Net, for the beautiful new banner and lovely and uplifting wallpaper that I needed so desperately to lift my own spirits since all the controversy over Lori that has saddened me deeply!! This has been the first I've been able to comment since my emotions have been all over the place. I understand she admitted guilt and that took a lot of courage knowing she will pay the consequences. I pray for her and her family every day and will continue to do so and I pray she visits this website to read some of the truly wonderful messages especially from you, Net, and to know that only God can erase our footprints from this earth, not man....Peace....

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    1. Oh, Linda... Thank you for sharing your heart here. I know... it isn't easy. This is such a heartbreaking issue for all of us - in many ways. I'm so glad the new Spring look on my site refreshened and uplifted your spirits today. It is the time of new beginnings. Your sweet, compassionate message came today when I needed it the most! Each of us has been struggling, in our way, with our feelings on this. My heart goes out to you - with all my might! I pray out of this darkness - will come His Light!

      It is so wonderful to hear from you, again. I always appreciate your insightful perspective and Godly wisdom. Bless you! Net

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    2. ...imagine the good you have done here. You may not know it in this life but you will in the next....peace and love, Net!

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    3. Oh my, Linda... You, as well... will never know... your support has been a blessing from God!

      You're such a dear friend to me and all the IAWM family!!!

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  9. I watched When Calls the Heart with my mom and sisters back when it first came out (Season One). Since we were younger, some of the parts were a little too intense for us. We took a break after that and haven't thought much about the show since. And after I heard what happened in Season 5, I didn't think I would ever watch it. But, when skipping through the "Surprise" episode online, we liked it and decided to try out some of the others. It's very nice how on Hallmark's website you can read all the details of each show on the episode guide. I am glad how they have given the show more lighthearted plotlines. We don't like to watch things that make us upset, or else it's not really "entertainment" haha:) So, we really enjoyed this season and are now looking forward to Season 7!:)

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