The When Calls the Coronary heart Season 9 finale aired in Could, however how lengthy will Hearties have to attend to see what’s subsequent?
Season 10 is now in manufacturing and is slated to premiere in mid-2023, Lisa Hamilton Daly, EVP, Programming revealed throughout Hallmark Media’s govt session through the Tv Critics Affiliation Summer season Press Tour.
Hallmark Channel introduced the Season 10 pickup in June, shortly after the finale and that Lindsay Sturman has joined the sequence as the brand new showrunner. “When Calls the Coronary heart continues to push the bounds as to what we are able to obtain with this present,” Daly mentioned in an announcement on the time. “There are a lot of extra tales nonetheless to be advised concerning the lives of the beloved characters on this sequence and we can’t wait for everybody at residence to tune in to see what unfolds.”
Added sequence star and govt producer Erin Krakow, “I’m thrilled that When Calls the Coronary heart is coming again for a tenth season. With our superb solid, crew, and proficient writers, we are able to sit up for extra adventures, laughs, tears, and tales of romance all through the neighborhood of Hope Valley. We’re so excited for all of the viewers, particularly the Hearties, to proceed this journey with us!”
Becoming a member of Sturman and Krakow as govt producers are Brad Krevoy, Brian Hen, Michael Landon Jr., Eric Jarboe, Jimmy Townsend, Susie Belzberg, Michael Shepard, Vicki Sotheran, and Greg Malcolm are govt producers. Derek Thompson, Elizabeth Stewart, Peter DeLuise, Neill Fearnley and Amanda Phillips function co-executive producers. Vicki Sotheran and Greg Malcolm are producers.
Additionally coming to Hallmark Channel in 2023 are the brand new sequence Trip and The Manner Residence, their first new scripted sequence in over six years. In the meantime, Chesapeake Shores is ending with its sixth season, premiering on August 14.
When Calls the Coronary heart, Season 10 Premiere, 2023, Hallmark Channel
Mary Ellers is Wahu Times’s senior journalist covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Mary graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.