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Why Hope is physically absent from most of Virgin River season 3

Warning: This article contains spoilers about season 3 of Virgin River.

Virgin Riveris missing its resident busy-body.

In season 3 of the Netflix series, which dropped today in its entirety, Hope (Annette O'Toole) is nowhere to be seen. At least not physically. Doc (Tim Matheson) informs everyone that she's away visiting her ailing, elderly aunt and taking her to doctor's appointments. This becomes the source of even more drama when an impending hurricane leads Hope to lose even phone contact with Doc.

But as the season continues on and one roadblock after another pops up when it comes to Hope returning to town, you might start to wonder why we're only seeing her via FaceTime and Zoom calls.

Annette O'Toole as Hope on 'Virgin River'

The answer is the great disruptor of the last year and a half, COVID-19. "That was a pandemic pivot," explains showrunner Sue Tenney. "We've worked very hard to make sure she was still very much in the show. If we have a fourth season, everyone is now vaccinated and the pandemic is not what it was. So, I would hope that we would have Annette back."

Because O'Toole wasn't able to return to set in the midst of the pandemic, they came up with creative, virtual ways to incorporate her character. But Tenney says it did lead to some major re-writing and the loss of a storyline fans were no doubt hungry to see — Doc and Hope's vow renewal ceremony.

"We had a very lovely, two long episodes about that," she reveals, noting that they chose to cut it rather than just have it happen off-camera. "Two episodes of plot on that. When we get to that point, which is a re-commitment ceremony, we definitely are going to want to see that. But we have some drama going on with both of those characters that puts that on the back-burner, but also heightens their commitment to one another."

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Netflix's Virgin River is the equivalent of a warm hug: With small-town trappings reminiscent of Gilmore Girls and Friday Night Lights and its unforgettable cast of characters, it's the perfect cozy drama to curl up with. Fans agree: Although Netflix doesn't share viewing statistics, the show is popular enough for Netflix to have quietly renewed it for season four, even before the streaming service dropped Virgin River's third season on July 9. That's according to What's on Netflix, which reported that filming for Virgin River's fourth season began in late July of 2021, just weeks after the release of season three.

Weeks later, in late September, Netflix confirmed that it had renewed Virgin River not just for a season 4, but for a season 5, too. It isn't exactly a surprise that Netflix renewed the hit show for more seasons, especially since there are 25 books—yes, you read that right—in the Virgin River book series by Robyn Carr that the show is based on. Season three jumped to the top of the Netflix charts almost immediately and, per Nielson, pulled in more than 1.4 million viewers in its first week—by the end of its first month on Netflix, it was the top-streamed content in the entire country—so it would certainly make sense for Netflix to have green-lit season four as early as possible. Netflix has confirmed that the fourth season will have more episodes than previous seasons, clocking in at 12 rather than the usual 10.

So, with season four confirmed, what do we know about it? Will Hope, played by Annette O'Toole, survive? What's going on with Mel's baby? Will Charmaine finally have her twins? And we're finally going to find out who shot Jack—right? Let's dig in.

When will season four of Virgin River come out?

Our guess: July of 2022. Here's why: Seasons two and three of Virgin River came out just seven months apart, but unfortunately for Virgin River fans, you shouldn't expect to see the same short gap between seasons three and four. According to What's on Netflix—which, it's worth noting, was correct about season three and season two timing and frequently reports renewals and cancellations accurately before they're announced—season four began filming at the end of July 2021, with filming planned to wrap up at the end of November.

In a Cameo video in October, Martin Henderson, who plays Jack, shared of the new season: "[It's] coming out sometime, maybe not that soon…But anyway, we're in the middle of season four."

If everything goes according to plan, the show will likely have finished filming by the end of 2021–but that's assuming there are no COVID-19 delays, which have slowed down filming for other Netflix hits like Bridgerton and You. After that,editing and post-production will take a few months. A season four release date of July 2022 would make sense: That would be one year after the release of season three—Netflix likes to release new seasons at the same time of the year as previous ones, when possible—and would, hopefully, give the team behind Virgin River enough time to put together the season.

What's on Netflix confirms: "We’re currently predicting that Virgin River season 4 should return in 2022 with it most likely being in Q2-Q3 2022 (anywhere between April and July 2022)."

What will season four be about?

Spoilers ahead. Virgin River season three ended on cliffhangers for many of the characters—particularly Preacher, who was poisoned by a former friend of Paige's to get him out of the way as part of a plot to kidnap Christopher, and of course Mel and Jack, who are dealing with the aftermath of Mel's revelation that she's pregnant—but they don't know if the father is Jack or her late ex-husband Mark. Lizzie broke things off with Ricky and went back to her slimy LA ex-boyfriend after she discovered Ricky was enlisting; Brady was arrested as a suspect in Jack's shooting after a similar gun is found in his car; Charmaine and Todd threatened Jack with an explosive custody battle over the twins; and, of course, Hope is in hospital with a brain injury following a car accident.

Season four will see a boatload of new storylines, but this past season set up a number of arcs: We'll no doubt see Ricky make a decision about enlisting, and potentially see him leave Virgin River—and Lizzie—behind. Mel and Jack will deal with the unknowns of her pregnancy and decide whether they can make it work (for your peace of mind, the actors who play them have been clear that they definitely will). We're likely to see Paige again after her absence for the whole of the third season, and hopefully she'll be reunited with Christopher. Charmaine will give birth to the twins, and we'll probably see a showdown between her and Todd, and Jack, the biological father of her children. And speaking of Jack—we will finally, find out who shot him.

Season four is going to be a roller coaster from the very first minute, Tenney shared with TV Insider. "There’s a big reveal when we open Season 4 that puts certain people in jeopardy," she revealed.

Will Hope be in season four of Virgin River?

Oddly absent from the whole of season three was Annette O'Toole, who plays the town's mayor, Hope, who was (and will be again) married to the local doctor, Doc Mullins. Hope's absence in season three, aside from video chat, was due to COVID-19 filming restrictions—she couldn't get to Vancouver to film with the rest of the cast. But don't worry—both O'Toole and Hope will be likely back for the fourth season of Virgin River (phew).


Tenney told EWthat Hope will survive her car accident at the end of season three. "We do move ahead. To us, it's [about] the recovery and what she's dealing with—a traumatic brain injury." She also confirmed to TV Insider: "If we have a Season 4, Annette is very excited to rejoin the Virgin River troop.”

But 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." (Maybe Muriel will show up to take care of Hope as Hope recovers?)

What has the cast and crew said about season four?


Like I said, we'll find out who shot Jack in season four...right? Um...probably. Showrunner Sue Tenney told Entertainment Weekly: "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." She added to TV Guide: "[The culmination]...will involve a tremendous amount of nefarious characters, and some characters that will be surprising." And to TV Insider, she shared: "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: "Well, I know who shot Jack!"

Outside of the shooting mystery, weknow that Jack will get help with his custody battle from Brie in season four. Confirmed Tenney to Digital Spy: "We will utilize the fact that Brie is an attorney in the show going forward." Tenney also noted in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that Charmaine will have more to deal with in season four than just the twins' birth, her new marriage, and the upcoming custody fight: "We have a pretty big bombshell for [Charmaine] coming in the following season, if we have a season 4, that's going to blow everybody away."


But it's likely to be a rocky journey for Jack...well, another one. (Poor Jack has been through a lot.) Even on top of the fatherhood situation—his prospective custody battle over the twins, not to mention Mel's ex-husband potentially being the father of her baby—Henderson hinted to TV Line that Jack's ex-wife of three months, Mandy, might just make a return. "Mandy showing up in Virgin River would complicate things even more. It's possible with this show," he said.

Not to mention, Henderson has a possible cameo on Grey's Anatomy to contend with. You'll remember that Henderson played the rough-but-raw Australian Dr. Nathan Riggs, whose character left the show engaged to Megan Hunt (played by Abigail Spencer). A recent Grey's Anatomy promo confirmed that Megan Hunt would be returning to Grey's—which begs the question: Will she bring her husband-to-be, played by Henderson, with her? Could Henderson have filmed a cameo between Virgin River seasons? Only time will tell.


As for Doc's grandson, who showed up in Virgin River at the end of season three: "It's going to complicate, and it's going to bring insight into Doc and into Doc's beginnings," noted Tenney to EW. "The father of the grandson that shows up and the woman that he has a child with and all of these things are pieces that will all be dealt with in the coming season."

At first, Doc will think he's being scammed, Tim Matheson (who plays Doc) told Entertainment Weekly. "It's just such drama, such conflict, such interesting stuff to get into. Especially for a couple that never had children. He really wasn't ever a father, so now to have a grandchild—that's pretty radical."

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It's going to be an emotional season for Doc in several ways. He and Hope will finally get married, a storyline that was meant to be in season three. "We had a very lovely, two long episodes about [Doc and Hope's wedding]...Two episodes of plot on that. When we get to that point, which is a re-commitment ceremony, we definitely are going to want to see that," Tenney told EW. She also said to TV Insider: "There’s a different emotional story that will play out in Season 4 between the two characters.”

Preacher and Paige

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. Which suggests that much of the forthcoming season will be just as dramatic as the season finale—perhaps kicking off with Christopher being kidnapped by Paige's vengeful ex-husband, just as Paige and Preacher always feared.


We'll also see Lilly again, despite her tragic passing from pancreatic cancer at the end of season three. Speaking to the Radio Times, Lynda Boyd shared that producers told her that "the plan was to bring me back in flashbacks—like Mel’s husband, her dead husband.” Tenney, meanwhile, told TV Line of Lilly's demise: "[It] affects everybody, and it will continue to affect everybody...That’s really special, to have one character that leaves a lasting imprint on the audience and on the characters at large in our show."

And speaking of Virgin River characters who saw a tragic early death...


Yes, as in Mark, Mel's late husband. In season four, we may see more of Mark, in spite of his being, well, dead. Basically, we may get much more backstory about their marriage. "Here’s what I’ll say, somewhat enigmatically: the good news about being the dead husband is that you can appear at any time. I’ll leave it at that," said Daniel Gillies, who plays Mark, to Mr. WarBurton Magazine.


As for Lilly's daughter Tara, who announced she'd be staying at the end of season three thanks to an "anonymous financial donation" from Mel, actress Stacey Farber told TV Insider: " I think she’d 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."

Ricky and Lizzie

And as for Ricky and Lizzie? Well, Tenney hinted that Ricky was serious about enlisting. "It seems impulsive, but it’s not. It’s something he’s wanted since he was 13," she told TV Line. "Ricky and Lizzie are growing and maturing at different rates, but we hope they’ll get to the same place at a certain point."

But they may not—at least according to actor Grayson Gurnsey, who plays Ricky. In an interview with TV Line, he said: "When it's your first love, you might not necessarily love that person for the right reasons, but you can still learn something very valuable and become a better person from that relationship." Sob.


We left season three with Brady under arrest for the attempted murder of Jack—but Hollingsworth shared with TV Insider: "I think Brady witnessed something that I don’t even know if Jack knows." He added: "We saw a softer side of him, someone who’s compassionate, understanding, empathetic, someone who is worthy of love, capable of love, all of those things don’t lend themselves to a cold-blooded killer, especially of one of his close friends." And he joked in an interview with Hollywood Life: "I have also been told who supposedly shot Jack. I think the punishment is they cut off your tongue if you say it, so I can’t tell you."

It's not likely to be a fun season for Brady. Mike, Jack's cop friend, may become romantically entwined with Brie, who dated Brady throughout season three—in the Virgin River books, Mike and Brie are endgame. Said Tenney: "I think that we’re possibly setting up a bit of a love triangle there.”


Zibby Allen, who plays Brie, told Hollywood Life: "It’ll be interesting to watch how the chapter of her coming to terms and healing unfolds for her next and what that does to her relationships in that town, be it with Mel or Brady, and how she navigates finally being on the other side of some of those big events." She didn't confirm that she'd be back for season 4, but if Brie's role in books are any indication—not to mention Allen's clear interest in developing the role further in her Hollywood Life interview—we'll see more of Brie in future seasons of Virgin River.


And perhaps the biggest question—spoiler alert—who is the father of Mel's baby? Will she and Jack find out immediately, or will they have to wait? Will they decide it doesn't even matter? No matter what, we will find out the father of Mel's baby in season four, Tenney told TV Line. "You’ll find out by the end of the fourth season,” she promised.

So that you can sleep at night, just remember that even if things get rocky, they'll work out in the end. Tenney told TV Insider: "In the series, eventually, they are going to get married."

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Virgin River captured the hearts of Netflix viewers when the first season aired in December 2019. Loyal fans have followed the heartfelt story of nurse/midwife Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckinridge) and Marine/bar owner Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson) as they fell in love in the picturesque town of Virgin River. The couple faced their fair share of twists and heartaches, and season two left fans grappling with what the future would hold after Jack was shot and left for dead in his bar. Luckily for viewers, any question of Jack's future is resolved in the first few minutes of season three, but so many more questions arise during the dramatic 10 episodes.

Warning: Major season 3 spoilers ahead!

What happened at the end of season 3?

So much. The whole town is coping with Lilly's (played by Lynda Boyd) tragic death. Ricky (Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey) is deciding whether to join the Marines, leaving his relationship with Lizzie (Sarah Dugdale) in question. Hope (Annette O'Toole) is fighting for her life after a car accident. Preacher (Colin Lawrence) is drugged on his way to see Paige (Lexa Doig). Brady (Benjamin Hollingsworth), who has been dating Jack's sister, is arrested for shooting Jack. A teenager shows up in town claiming to be Doc's (played by Tim Matheson) grandson. Jack is grappling with Charmaine's (played by Lauren Hammersley) pregnancy and anticipating a custody battle over their twins. Mel and Jack break up briefly, then she interrupts his marriage proposal to tell him she's pregnant and she's not sure he's the father. Whew!

Will there be a season 4 of Virgin River?

Great news, Virgin River fans. Netflix confirmed on September 20 that the show will return for season 4 and season 5.

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The show's Instagram page released a cute mock proposal video to make the announcement, and fans are over the moon. One wrote, "OMGGGGG!!!!!! This made my day!!!! Such a perfect way to announce it! Thank you Netflix!!! 🤸‍♀️💃🙌 I’m going to watch this over and over 🥰" and another said, "IM LITERALLY SCREAMING."

When is the season 4 release date?

No information has been given about season 4, but each of the first three seasons have each been less than a year apart, so we're hoping the wait won't be too long.

Will the entire cast return for season 4?

After being stranded in South Carolina for almost all of season 3, Hope's life hangs in the balance after a serious car crash. Preacher's life is in peril after being drugged in the woods, and Doc is considering retirement due to his failing vision. It's too soon to say, but we're hoping all of the characters pull through the season 3 finale to appear in season 4.

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The waters of Virgin River will continue to flow at Netflix. The streamer (tee hee!) has renewed the romantic drama for Seasons 4 and 5, USA Today reports.

Based on Robyn Carr’s book series of the same name, Virgin River first premiered in December 2019, followed by its sophomore season in November 2020, then returned for Season 3 in July 2021. For the week of July 12 — its first full week with all three seasons streaming — Virgin River topped Nielsen’s U.S. streaming rankings by amassing 2.1 billion minutes viewed across 30 episodes. In doing so, it ended summertime standout Manifest’s four-week run in the No. 1 spot.

Virgin River stars Alexandra Breckenridge as Mel Monroe, Martin Henderson as Jack Sheridan, Colin Lawrence as Preacher Middleton, Lauren Hammersley as Charmaine Roberts, Annette O’Toole as Hope McCrea, Tim Matheson as Doc Mullins, Benjamin Hollingsworth as Dan Brady, Grayson Gurnsey as Ricky, Sarah Dugdale as Lizzie, Zibby Allen as Brie Sheridan, Marco Grazzini as Mike Valenzuela.

The show’s third season ended with a number of game-changing cliffhangers: Doc anxiously waited while doctos performed dangerous, life-saving surgery on Hope; Brady was arrested for (possibly) shooting Jack; Christopher’s dad broke into Preacher’s house, likely for nefarious purposes; Charmaine informed Jack that she and Todd (ugh, Todd!) intend to seek full custody of the twins; Marine-to-be Ricky learned that he’ll either be stationed in San Diego or South Carolina, while Lizzie returned to Los Angeles with Parker; and Jack proposed to Mel, only for her to reveal that she’s pregnant… but doesn’t know if the baby is his or Mark’s. The drama!

TVLine’s Streaming TV Scorecard has been updated to reflect Virgin River‘s multi-season renewal. Your hopes for the show’s fourth season? Drop ’em in a comment below.

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Virgin River (TV series)

2019 American drama television series

Virgin River is an American romanticdramastreaming television series, produced by Reel World Management, based on the Virgin River novels by Robyn Carr. The first season premiered on Netflix on December 6, 2019.[1] In December 2019, the series was renewed for a 10-episode second season which was released on November 27, 2020.[2][3] In December 2020, the series was renewed for a 10-episode third season, which premiered on July 9, 2021.[4][5] In September 2021, the series was renewed for a fourth and fifth season.[6]


Virgin River follows Melinda "Mel" Monroe, who answers an ad to work as a midwife and nurse practitioner in the remote Northern California town of Virgin River, thinking it will be the perfect place to start fresh and leave her painful memories behind. But she soon discovers that small-town living isn't quite as simple as she expected. She must learn to heal herself before she can truly make Virgin River her home.[7]



  • Alexandra Breckenridge as Melinda "Mel" Monroe, a nurse practitioner and midwife who recently moved to Virgin River from Los Angeles
  • Martin Henderson as Jack Sheridan, a local restaurant bar owner and former U.S. Marine, who suffers from PTSD
  • Colin Lawrence as John "Preacher" Middleton, a close Marine friend of Jack, who works as the chef at Jack's Bar
  • Jenny Cooper as Joey Barnes (season 1; recurring season 2–present), Melinda's older sister who lives in Los Angeles
  • Lauren Hammersley as Charmaine Roberts, Jack's friend with benefits
  • Annette O'Toole as Hope McCrea, the mayor of Virgin River
  • Tim Matheson as Vernon "Doc" Mullins, MD, the local physician
  • Benjamin Hollingsworth as Dan Brady (season 2–present;[8] "also starring" season 1), a fellow younger veteran who served in the Marines with Jack and is struggling to readjust to civilian life
  • Grayson Gurnsey as Ricky (season 2–present;[9] recurring season 1), a young man who works at Jack's Bar and wants to join the Marines as soon as he graduates from high school
  • Sarah Dugdale as Lizzie (season 2–present),[9] Connie's niece who is from Los Angeles
  • Zibby Allen as Brie Sheridan (season 3),[4] Jack's sister
  • Marco Grazzini as Mike Valenzuela (season 3; recurring season 2), a Marines friend of Jack's who works as a police detective


  • Daniel Gillies as Mark Monroe, Mel's late husband
  • Lexa Doig as Paige Lassiter, the owner of a bakery truck named "Paige's Bakeaway"
  • Nicola Cavendish as Connie, one of Hope's friends who runs the town's general store and a member of Virgin River's knitting circle
  • Gwynyth Walsh as Jo Ellen, a member of Virgin River's knitting circle who puts Mel up while her cabin is renovated
  • Ian Tracey as Jimmy, Calvin's right-hand man
  • Lynda Boyd as Lilly, a friend of Connie's
  • David Cubitt as Calvin, the man who runs the illegal pot farm on the other side of Virgin River
  • Teryl Rothery as Muriel, an actress and a rival of Hope's and a member of Virgin River's knitting circle
  • Steve Bacic as Wes (season 2), Paige's estranged and abusive husband
  • Carmel Amit as Jamie (season 2), a woman who is visiting Virgin River
  • Stacey Farber as Tara Anderson (season 3),[4] Lilly's daughter


Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2019)[edit]

Season 2 (2020)[edit]

Season 3 (2021)[edit]



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.[7] On December 20, 2019, Netflix renewed the series for a 10-episode second season.[2] On December 18, 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a 10-episode third season.[4] On September 20, 2021, Netflix renewed the series for a fourth and fifth season.[6]


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.[10] 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.[9] On June 11, 2020, Benjamin Hollingsworth was promoted to a series regular for the second season.[8] Upon the third season renewal announcement, Zibby Allen was cast a new series regular and Stacey Farber was cast in a recurring role.[4]


Principal photography for the series' first season commenced on December 3, 2018, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and ended on March 26, 2019.[11] The series was also filmed on location in Snug Cove, New Westminster, Squamish, Agassiz, and Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.[12] Filming for the second season began on September 9, 2019 and ended on December 17, 2019.[13]

The community of Virgin River is actually Snug Cove, Bowen Island "with establishing shots including the local library, main streets and Artisan Lane", according to one report. The Watershed Grill, in Brackendale, British Columbia[14] stands in for Jack's Grill; some of the scenes involving Melinda and Jack were filmed in Squamish, near the river. The waterfalls in the show is in the Shannon Falls Provincial Park. Some scenes were filmed in Burnaby at Fraser Foreshore Park and at Port Coquitlam, both near Vancouver.[15] The cabin in the series is the caretaker’s house in Murdo Frazer Park, in North Vancouver; this site has been used by other productions as well.[16] Doc Mullins' practice is a Victorian home in New Westminister.[17]


The first season premiered on December 6, 2019.[1] The second season premiered on November 27, 2020.[3] The third season was released on July 9, 2021.[5]


On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the second season holds an approval rating of 90% with an average rating of 6.30/10, based on 10 critic ratings. The website's critics consensus reads, "Gentle as a babbling brook—and just as exciting, for better or worse—Virgin River's sophomore season offers up more of the comfort viewing that fans have come to crave."[18] On Rotten Tomatoes, the third season has an approval rating of 71% with an average rating of 6/10, based on 7 critic ratings.[19]


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  3. ^ abMitovich, Matt Webb (October 21, 2020). "Virgin River Gets Season 2 Premiere Date at Netflix". TVLine. Archived from the original on October 21, 2020. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  4. ^ abcdePetski, Denise (December 18, 2020). "'Virgin River' Renewed For Season 3 By Netflix; Zibby Allen Joins Cast". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on December 18, 2020. Retrieved December 18, 2020.
  5. ^ abSwift, Andy (May 28, 2021). "Virgin River Season 3 Gets July Premiere Date on Netflix — Find Out What's Next". TVLine. Archived from the original on May 28, 2021. Retrieved May 28, 2021.
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  8. ^ abPetski, Denise (June 11, 2020). "'Virgin River': Ben Hollingsworth Upped To Series Regular For Season 2". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on June 11, 2020. Retrieved June 11, 2020.
  9. ^ abcPetski, Denise (May 29, 2020). "'Virgin River': Sarah Dugdale Joins Season 2 Cast; Grayson Gurnsey Upped To Series Regular". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on May 30, 2020. Retrieved May 30, 2020.
  10. ^Andreeva, Nellie; Petski, Denise (December 19, 2018). "'Virgin River': Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson & Annette O'Toole To Star In Netflix Series". Deadline Hollywood. Archived from the original on December 19, 2018. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
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  12. ^"The Virgin River (California) town location: Where is Virgin River filmed?". Atlas of Wonders. Archived from the original on December 24, 2019. Retrieved December 24, 2019.
  13. ^"DGC BC Production List"(PDF). Directors Guild of Canada. November 22, 2019. Archived(PDF) from the original on November 28, 2019. Retrieved November 28, 2019.
  14. ^"Is Virgin River a Real Town? Here's the Scoop on Where the Netflix Show Is Filmed". MSN. November 27, 2020. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
  15. ^"Visit the Fairytale Town of Virgin River… Also Known As Vancouver". Tourism Vancouver. February 18, 2020. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
  16. ^"WHERE IS 'VIRGIN RIVER' FILMED?". Conde Nast Traveller. November 27, 2020. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
  17. ^"Where is Virgin River filmed?". Netflix Life. December 2, 2020. Retrieved January 3, 2021.
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  19. ^"Virgin River: Season 3". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved September 6, 2021.

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Virgin River - Official Trailer - Netflix

Welcome back, Virgin River fans!

If you're here, it's probably because you've already watched (read: cried through) every episode of the Netflix series and you're hoping there's more on the picture-perfect Northern California horizon. Honestly, we don't blame you. Jack (Martin Henderson), Mel (Alexandra Breckenridge), and the rest of the Virgin River cast are more than just characters at this point—they're like friends. It's normal to want to keep up with your friends, right?! (Just nod your head and agree. 😊) And after that cliffhanger season 3 finale, everyone is wondering what's next for the residents of their favorite fictional small town.

Well, you're in luck—because Virgin River season 4 is officially happening. Read on for everything we know so far!

When will "Virgin River" season 4 come out?


Netflix finally confirmed that Virgin River has been renewed for season 4 and 5. According to What's on Netflix, season 4 probably already began filming in late July 2021, and plans to finish by the end of November 2021. Based on the timing of previous seasons, it's likely that the upcoming episodes will be released the following year, around July 2022—we hope.

Martin Henderson confirmed on Instagram that the cast is about halfway done filming season 4, but he gave a bit of a cryptic update on when it will be released.

"Season 4 and season 5! Coming out...sometime," he said in recent post. "Maybe not that soon."

Whatever that means!

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Who will be in the cast?


Virgin River is known for its tear-jerking plot twists and heart-stopping cliffhangers—but in the end, our favorite characters usually end up okay. (Knock. On. Wood.) With that in mind, we expect most of the Virgin River cast to return for season 4. There's no word yet on whether any new faces will be joining the show, but stay tuned!

Are there any "Virgin River" season 4 spoilers?


The season 3 finale left fans with a lot of burning questions, so we can assume they'll all be addressed in season 4. (Then again, we still don't know who shot Jack!) As always, the best place to find out what's going to happen on Virgin River is by reading the original book series by Robyn Carr. There are 25 of them, which should be enough to keep you busy until season 4 comes out!

Check Out the "Virgin River" Book Series

Kelly O'SullivanContent Strategy EditorKelly O’Sullivan is the content strategy editor for The Pioneer Woman and manages the website’s social channels, in addition to covering entertainment and lifestyle news.

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