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date (day) time network episode title
10/7/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#310) Before a Following Sea
9/30/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#309) Missing Peaces…
9/23/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#308) All Our Tomorrows
9/16/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#307) It's Just Business
9/9/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#306) Here and There
9/2/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#305) Love Eventually
8/26/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#304) Once Upon Ever After
8/19/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#303) The Rock Is Going to Roll
8/12/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#302) The Way We Were
8/5/18 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#301) An Open Book
10/8/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#210) Freefall
10/1/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#209) The Royal Court
9/24/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#208) Forest Through the Trees
9/17/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#207) All Our Yesterdays
9/10/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#206) Grand Openings
9/3/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#205) Buried Treasures
8/27/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#2004) It's Always Nashville
8/20/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#2003) School, Lies and Videotape
8/13/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#2002) Pasts and Presents
8/6/17 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#2001) Secrets, Lies and School Supplies
10/9/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1009) Exes Mark the Spot
10/2/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1008) Deals Undone
9/25/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1007) Second Chances
9/18/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1006) Georgia on My Mind
9/11/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1005) We're Gaining a Daughter
9/4/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1004) We're Not Losing a Son…
8/28/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1003) Home to Roost, Part Two
8/21/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1002) Home to Roost, Part One
8/14/16 (Su.)9:00 PMHALLMARK(#1001-120) Pilot

Returns in Summer 2019 (Exact Date TBA)
8/14/16 - ???
returning in 2019/2020 (date TBA)
not on the schedule
4 (6 episodes)
renewed through the 2018-19 season (the show's fourth of six episodes) on 2/9/19
(from Hallmark Channel's press release, February 2019) Hallmark Channel announces it has renewed the network's hit, original series "Chesapeake Shores" for a fourth season. Airing on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT, "Chesapeake Shores" was one of Hallmark Channel's most-watched original series and joins the network's other primetime scripted shows as a top five-rated series on Sunday nights. Production on six episodes for season four is scheduled to commence this year for a season four premiere Summer 2019. The announcement was made today as part of Crown Media Family Networks' bi-annual Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour. "Viewers have found a home in their hearts for 'Chesapeake Shores' and have consistently made it a top performing show year-after-year," said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming and Network Publicity, Crown Media Family Networks. "We look forward to further exploring the show's heartfelt and compelling storylines as characters navigate the complexities of life and love," Vicary concluded. Based on the novels of the same name by New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods, the series stars Jesse Metcalfe ("Dallas"), Meghan Ory ("Once Upon a Time"), Golden Globe(R) nominee Treat Williams ("Everwood," Hair), Academy Award(R) nominee Diane Ladd (Wild at Heart), Barbara Niven ("Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove"), Laci J. Mailey ("Falling Skies"), Emilie Ullerup ("Sanctuary"), Brendan Penny ("Motive") and Andrew Francis ("Final Destination 3"). The multi-generational family drama "Chesapeake Shores" follows Abby O'Brien (Ory), a high-powered career woman, divorcee and mother to two daughters, as she adjusts to life back in her hometown of Chesapeake Shores. Abby now balances a budding relationship with her former high school sweetheart, Trace (Metcalfe), working for a firm that does business with her uncompromising father Mick (Williams) and raising her children. Returning to her hometown means engaging in the lives of her siblings: Jess (Mailey) a free-spirit trying to succeed as a bed and breakfast owner; Bree (Ullerup), a playwright who buys a bookstore in Chesapeake Shores after moving back home from Chicago; Kevin (Penny), a soldier adjusting to civilian life and new romance; and Connor (Francis), a new lawyer establishing his professional career. Having returned to Chesapeake Shores shortly after Abby, the O'Brien's once-estranged mother Megan (Niven) strives to reestablish relationships with Abby and her siblings, though the O'Brien clan primarily looks to its wise grandmother Nell (Ladd) for guidance. "Chesapeake Shores" is a Daniel L. Paulson Production. Dan Paulson, Michael Berns, Nancey Silvers and Sherryl Woods are executive producers. Matt Drake serves as producer.
· Barbara Niven as Megan
· Diane Ladd as Nell O'Brien
· Jesse Metcalfe as Trace Riley
· Meghan Ory as Abby O'Brien
· Treat Williams as Mick O'Brien
· Dan Paulson as EP
· Greg Malcolm as PROD
· John Tinker as EP
· Martin Wood as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Nancey Silvers as CRTR/EP
· Sherryl Woods as BOOK/EP
· Vicki Sotheran as PROD
· drama
· Borderline Distribution
· Chesapeake Shores