Chesapeake Shores (2016– )
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Forward to the Past 

Chaos reigns with the closure of The Bridge, the O'Briens are at war over Bree's manuscript, Kevin is heartbroken visiting Sarah's family in Philadelphia, and Trace realizes that he might not return to Chesapeake Shores.

Director:

Mike Rohl

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jesse Metcalfe ... Trace Riley
Meghan Ory ... Abby O'Brien
Barbara Niven ... Megan O'Brien
Laci J Mailey ... Jess O'Brien
Emilie Ullerup ... Bree O'Brien
Brendan Penny ... Kevin O'Brien
Andrew Francis ... Connor O'Brien
Diane Ladd ... Nell O'Brien
Treat Williams ... Mick O'Brien
Britt Irvin ... Danielle
Bradley Stryker ... John Rawl
Carlo Marks ... David Peck
Oliver Rice ... Simon Atwater
Brittany Willacy ... Leigh Corley
Andrew Hedge Andrew Hedge ... Wil Mercer
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Storyline

Trace find sit hard to digest no longer silent partner Mick's no-nonsense business approach to their ailing club, but is absorbed by the triumphant band tour. Their B&B having burnt down, David and Jess run the local diner, which proves boringly easy, but his cooking shines trough. While the autobiographic elements of Bree's novel keep stirring the family, she worries when Simon's recurring novel character Caroline proves modeled on an academic literary critic he knows well. Kevin worries he may have to give up either Sara, who returns to her native Philadelphia for a lob, or his home, and takes to a meeting with her family Connor, who learns the hard way her brothers practice American football monster-truck style. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama | Family

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Release Date:

30 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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Caroline tells Bree that she teaches Victorian literature, specializing in the later works of Jane Austen. Austen died in 1817, 20 years before Victoria became queen. See more »

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