One of the most popular shows on Netflix is Virgin River. In the television show, Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), who wants to start over, relocates. She eventually develops feelings for the town’s bar owner, former Marine Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson). Fans of Virgin River Season 5 should be ready for an unexpected surprise as it is presently being filmed in Vancouver. Virgin River’s fourth season is already available on Netflix, but the cast and crew are already hard at work on season five in Vancouver. This upcoming season is anticipated to be considerably different from previous seasons due to a new showrunner and several new characters.
Ben Hollingsworth, who plays Brady, told TV Line that he believes this season will be larger and better than any of the others that have been produced thus far. We’re undertaking some really big projects that have never been seen on the Virgin River. It will be a lot of pleasure for me to portray Brady in a highly important episode. Mike and Brady appear to be getting closer and closer, thus I expect there will be some conflict between them. Now that Brady has been cleared of all charges, I would anticipate that Jack and Brady may find solace in one another, but you’ll just have to wait and see.
Season 5 is anticipated to not only differ greatly from previous seasons but also take an unexpected turn. Season 4’s biggest bombshell came when Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) disclosed that the twins she is expecting are not Jack’s. The appearance of Melissa Montgomery, who appeared to be taking over Calvin’s drug company and seeking to partner with Jack, was another development. Melissa Montgomery is portrayed by Barbara Pollard. According to Hollingsworth, having fear of her is a good feeling. The fact that she is eating dinner with Jack and Mel at the conclusion raises suspicions since she is definitely up to no good. Additionally, he forewarned viewers of a few surprising surprises for the upcoming season.
Virgin River’s fifth season will be equally as strong as its fourth. Only 10 episodes made up each season prior to season 4. Since then, though, the series has grown. With two more episodes in season four as opposed to merely 10, according to new showrunner Patrick Sean Smith, “you could sense that [we] had more time” slightly. “As we have planned out all the activities this season, we have been cognizant of that.”