Virgin River is a really cozy show to watch, the kind of feel-good show makes you feel like you are wrapped up in a happier world. When the second season of the show makes a return on the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix, on November 27, we can bet that it is going to be binge-watched. This article is going to be a discussion of Virgin River Season 2, including the details like the total number of episodes that are going to be there in the second season, cast details, and much more.
It is based on a series of romantic novels by Robyn Carr, and it is set in a remote town in Northern California, where everybody knows the names of each other, every corner holds a stunning vista, no-frills bartenders make for endearing love interests, and the doctors here are literally called Doc.
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Melinda Mel Monroe, the nurse practitioner, chooses to pick up her life and relocate there following the sudden demise of her husband. This place is a place to heal, and she realizes that with time.
You must have set your calendars for the Friday after Thanksgiving, and that is when you can return to Virgin River, no plane ticket is required. The first season of the series is currently streaming on the streaming giant, and in case you want to catch up on the plot lines and know where Jack Sheridan and Mel left their relationship.
Ofcourse our favorite characters are making a return to portray their roles again in the second season of the series. Alexandra Breckenridge, who played the role of Mel in the first part of the series, will be continuing to play her part as Mel in the second season. Her boss, Doc Mullins, whose role is played by Tim Matheson, is also expected to be seen in the second season.
The mayor of Virgin River, Hope, played by Annette O’Toole, will be reprised by him, and Marine/current bartender Jack, played by Martin Henderson, will also be there. Lauren Hammersley will be coming back as Charmaine. She was the other woman who had her eyes on Jack. Colin Lawrence, as the preacher, will also return.
However, after the finale of the first season, which ended on a cliff-hanger, we are not sure if Page Lassiter, played by Lexa Doig, will make a return.