Virgin River-Season 2 Cancelled??
The series is not lacking the source material, all thanks to the number of books the series is based, so there’s no excuse for Netflix to drag down the series quite early.
Netflix’s series Virgin River, a massive hit, is going to have its comeback with season 2 in 2020. Its first season arrived in Dec 2019.
The series revolves around Mel Monroe, picturized as a midwife in a California town called Virgin River.
She moves to that town with a ray of hope that it might be a perfect beginning for her new life, but she soon discovers that it’s quite challenging to move on and forget her past and the pain she has gone through.
Virgin River Season 2 Release date:
After the popularity and love season 1 of Virgin River received Netflix has officially announced that Virgin river will have ten episodes with a romantic genre. It’s gleaned from the Harlequin book series by Robyn call. The casting might have finished before the COVID-19 pandemic.
The production has yet not made any official announcements regarding the release dates, but itis expected that it might get aired by the end of 2020.
Robyn Carr, the author behind this series, spoke to the Washington Post:
“It’s so exciting to be part of the romance genre movement. I’ve been telling my readers to think of it as a brand new Virgin River adventure with your favorite characters.”He also further told Forbes that the production had made few changes that add a twist to the series, and the ideas they came up with takes the series towards a pretty good angle.
The fans, however, are eagerly waiting for the second season and have shown curiosity for the same on social media platforms.
Virgin River Season 2 Casts:
The production has yet not confirmed about the cast, but we can assume that most of the season 1 cast will be replaying their roles.
- Martin Henderson
- Alexandra Breckenridge
- Jenny cooper
- Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey
- Benjamin Hollingsworth
- Colin Lawrence
Some new faces that we might see on the screen includes:
- Carmel Amit will play the role of Jamie
- Keith McKechnie as Nick
- Donald Heng as George
- Steve Basics Sheriff Duncan
- Thomas Nicholson as Leo Cavanagh
- Lane Edwards as Sheriff Duncan
The production house for the series is Sea to Sky productions ULC, and the filming for the series took place in Canada.