We were a bit stressed for a while when we went to Hope Valley, but the creation finally decided on Hallmark Channel’s most famous arrangement When Calls the Heart. Golly!
For those new to the arrangement, When Calls the Heart follows the livelihoods of the socialmediagossips in the humble Hope Valley community and all the more clearly Elizabeth Thornton (Erin Krakow), an instructor in town.
Elizabeth comes from a wealthy family in town and goes on her own foray when she recognizes an exhibit position in Coal Valley (the town is later renamed Hope Valley). She despises Mountie Jack Thornton (Daniel Lissing) in her first experiences, but it doesn’t take long before she looks at him with starry eyes.
They later married (* spoiler alert) Jack kick the bucket in a shocking prep disaster. Elizabeth discovers she is pregnant not long after her significant other dies and gives birth to a toddler she names Jack.
A year or two later, Elizabeth changes to reflect life as the single parent of the infant Jack. Another Mountie, Nathan Grant (Kevin McGarry), has descended on Hope Valley, and finance specialist Lucas Bouchard (Chris McNally) shows up to take control of the cantina. Both men have an eye for Elizabeth and approach her in their own ways.
Devoted fans known as Hearties gather behind the show at every opportunity.
The show often drifts on Twitter as new scenes air, and there is even a fan show known as Hearties Family Reunion that usually takes place in Vancouver every late spring when the show is on. The flood of Covid cases and Canada’s movement restrictions prevented a show in 2020, but we’re sure fans will be ready to pile up in 2021.
Another setback from the Covid pandemic is the cherished unique Christmas season of When Calls the Heart. As part of Hallmark’s countdown to Christmas, the extraordinary usually debuts on Christmas Day and the upcoming season begins. Despite the fact that we’re not going to have an extraordinary Christmas this year, fans will get two additional scenes in season 8.