Virgin River Season 2: The wait for Virgin River fans is officially over. Season two has finally arrived on Netflix with even more drama, romance and medical mayhem.
Based on Robyn Carr’s critically acclaimed novels, season two picks up after the dramatic events of season one’s finale. When Mel found Charmaine’s pregnancy a lot of a strain on her relationship with Jack and began packing her things to depart Virgin River.
However, in the trailer, we see that Mel decides to stick around a bit longer, with Jack declaring his love for her and news of the ongoing love triangle with Charmaine spreading around town.
But will Mel plan to mend things with Jack? And will she be ready to handle Charmaine’s pregnancy? Here’s everything you would like to grasp about Virgin River season two.
Virgin River Season 2: Release Date
Virgin River was renewed for a second season in December. Having 10-episodes based on the Harlequin book series by Robyn Carr landing on Netflix on Friday 27th November.
Virgin River Season 2: Cast
Alexandra Breckenridge returns to play Melinda ‘Mel’ Monroe in season two, as does Martin Henderson who plays Jack Sheridan – the local bar owner who fell for Mel within the last series.
Many other members of the season one Virgin River cast also reprise their roles during this second outing, including Colin Lawrence as John “Preacher” Middleton, Jenny Cooper as Joey Barnes, Lauren Hammersley as Charmaine Roberts, Annette O’Toole as Hope McCrea and Tim Matheson as Vernon “Doc” Mullins.
Benjamin Hollingsworth also returns to play recurring character Dan Brady, having been upgraded to a series regular.
Where is Virgin River filmed?
For fans wondering where virgin river is filmed, here’s all the main points.
While the fictional town of Virgin River is ready in Northern California, the show is truly filmed in Canada’s Vancouver, with additional scenes shot in British Columbia’s Snug Cove, Burnaby, Port Coquitlam and Breckendale – which is employed to film the outside shots of Jack’s Bar consistent with Country Living.
Virgin River Season 2: Trailer
Yes – Netflix has released a first-look trailer in late October.