As Christmas approaches in Hope Valley, newly widowed Elizabeth prepares for the birth of her baby and Abigail prepares for the town’s Christmas gathering. The town welcomes orphans and their caretakers, who have been stranded on their journey to a new orphanage. When Bill makes a troubling discovery about these newcomers he is forced to make a decision that will affect them all. Meanwhile, Elizabeth, Abigail and Rosemary get stuck in a storm and face a tremendous Christmas Eve emergency. Hope Valley must rely on the courage of some of its strongest women, and the Christmas spirit, to guide them to a safe and happy holiday. Photo: Jocelyn Hudon, Morgan Kohan, Paul Greene Credit: ©2018 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter
SALT LAKE CITY — “When Calls the Heart” will be back for its seventh season.
On Saturday “When Calls the Heart” star Erin Krakow announced during the Hallmark Channel premiere of “Bottled With Love” that Hearties can expect the seventh season for the show.
Watch the announcement below.
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- Krakow’s announcement comes days after a previous announcement that “When Calls the Heart”would pick up its sixth season on Sunday, May 5, and Monday, May 6, with two back-to-back episodes, which I wrote about for the Deseret News.
- “When Calls the Heart” has been on creative hiatus since Lori Loughlin, who plays Abigail Stanton on the show, was one of the dozens of parents named in the college admissions scandal.
- Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying $500,000 in bribes so that their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli, would be crew team recruits for the University of Southern California.
- The Hallmark Channel cut ties with Loughlin, who was a lead character on “When Calls the Heart” and starred in other Hallmark Christmas movies.