Season 9 of When Calls the Heart debuted on March 6. The show wasted no time in updating Hearties on the current status of Elizabeth, Lucas, Nathan, and the rest of their favorite characters, as well as hinting at some upcoming drama. In addition, viewers get their first glimpse of little Hyland Goodrich, who plays Elizabeth’s son Jack. In Hope Valley, a mysterious woman appears Mei (Amanda Wong). After watching the premiere episode, fans have eagerly anticipated the next new episode. Check out the promo, exclusive photos, and synopsis of When Calls the Heart Season 9 Episode 2, to get a better idea of the episode at www.tvacute.com
What To Expect In When Calls the Heart Season 9 Episode 2?
This week’s episode is titled “Out Like a Lamb,” which was directed by Peter DeLuise and written by John Tinker Lucas and Elizabeth will continue their relationship, but there will be other stories to tell with Elizabeth and Nathan along the road. Just thought she didn’t want to be with him doesn’t imply they won’t talk to each other again! A new mayor is elected in Hope Valley.
WCTH Season 9 Episode 2 Synopsis: The sudden arrival of Lucas’ mother makes Elizabeth more than a little nervous; Lee injures his back; a newcomer’s arrival causes Rosemary to reflect on what she wants in life.
When Calls The Heart Season 9 Episode 2 Release Date
For starters, there are 12 episodes. This season, they’re supersizing once more. When Calls the Heart Season 9 Episode 2 will release on Sunday, March 13, at 9/8c on Hallmark Channel.
When Calls the Heart Season 9 Episode 2 Photo Revealed
Crown Media also posted photos from the first episode of Season 9 on its website, which we also shared.
When Calls the Heart Season 9 Episode 1 Recap
Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) just returned to Hope Valley with her son Jack. after a month in Hamilton with her family, and she’s thrilled to be back and reconciling with Lucas (Chris McNally). After she returns, the two share a tender kiss. Lucas makes a point of showing Elizabeth that he prioritizes her and her son over his profession. In the final seconds of the program, he even tells her that he’s leaving the oil business. Elizabeth goes home to a town in the midst of a tumultuous mayoral election. The two frontrunners are Bill Avery (Jack Wagner) and Lee Coulter (Kavan Smith), with Hickam (Ben Rosenbaum) in the third position. Fiona (Kayla Wallace) has unfortunately pulled out of the contest, ensuring that Hope Valley will not have another female mayor this time around. Jesse and Clara have moved from Hope Valley to Montana to start a new life.
Nathan (Kevin McGarry) is no longer interested in Elizabeth. In the meanwhile, Mountie Nathan has grown a mustache in order to cope with his heartbreak. He’s also completely alone. Despite the fact that Elizabeth has rejected him, the two manage to maintain a friendly relationship when they happen to cross paths on the street. He even swallows his pride and asks if Lucas would teach him to drive. Nathan adopted his niece Allie last season, she has returned to her grandparents for unknown reasons. Hopefully, she will only be gone for a short time. A new romantic potential arrives in town. At the big opening of Ned and Florence’s new soda fountain/pharmacy in the premiere, the mountie and the local doctor were matched up, however, it appears they’re just buddies for now, at least. Minnie (Natasha Burnett) is considering purchasing Bill’s diner. Gowen (Martin Cummins) has returned to town, and he’s not pleased to see his old business partner Jerome Smith (Dean Paul Gibson), who has come to Hope Valley to talk business with Lucas. The feud dates back to their time at the Pacific Northwest Mining Company, and it’s most likely linked to the fatal mine collapse from season one. They even get into a scuffle at the Queen of Hearts, with Gowen ending up in jail for the night.
When Calls the Heart Season 9 Cast
Erin Krakow (“It Was Always You”), Pascale Hutton (“You Had Me at Aloha”), Jack Wagner (“Sealed with a Kiss: Wedding March 6”), Kavan Smith (“You Had Me at Aloha”), Chris McNally (“Snowkissed”), Kevin McGarry (“Heartland”), Andrea Brooks (“Supergirl”), Martin Cummins (“Riverdale”), Kayla Wallace (“Snowed in for Christmas”), Loretta Walsh (“A Picture Perfect Wedding”), Viv Leacock (“Lost in Space”), Amanda Wong (“Raise a Glass to Love”), Johannah Newmarch (“The Curse of Willow Song”), Natasha Burnett (“Love at First Bark”), Ben Rosenbaum (“It Was Always You”), Hrothgar Mathews (“Motherland: Fort Salem”).