Hope Mccrea Of Virgin River Pays Tribute To The Cast In A Season 5 Teaser Trailer: ‘Wonderful’

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Annette O’Toole, who has played the endearing Hope McCrea on VIRGIN RIVER from the show’s inception, has provided a sneak peek at filming alongside her co-stars as season five production moves forward.

While viewers anxiously await resolutions to some of season four’s tantalizing cliffhangers, the cast of Virgin River has resumed filming. There are still many unanswered questions regarding Hope McCrea’s (Annette O’Toole) future, even though the future of Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge) and Jack Sheridan’s (Martin Henderson) family plans in the wake of a bombshell dropped by his ex Charmaine Roberts (Lauren Hammersley) remain a hotly debated plot point.Hope Mccrea's Tribute

Hope, who suffered horrific injuries in a vehicle accident in season three, battled her traumatic brain injury throughout season four of Virgin River.

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When Hope needed support from her other half, Doc, she started to experience mood swings, a lack of confidence, and a shorter fuse (Tim Matheson).

But as the fourth season came to an end, Hope set her pride aside and focused on the future, promising young Lizzie (Sarah Dugdale) a full-time job to help take care of her.

As she vowed to support Lydie (Christina Jastrzembska), who will definitely struggle with the departure of her grandson Ricky (Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey), who has joined the Marines, Hope’s compassionate side also started to emerge.

Hope Mccrea pay Tribute

Actor O’Toole recently provided a joyful update from the set of Virgin River, indicating that the star’s future is looking up.

O’Toole gave thanks to her cast mates Dugdale, Teryl Rothery from Muriel, Gwynyth Walsh from Jo Ellen, Nicola Cavendish from Connie, and Jastrzembska on Instagram as they posed for pictures in between shots.

Such a lovely day with these women, O’Toole simply said in the cheerful photo’s caption, which included the show’s breathtaking alpine backdrop in the background.

And it didn’t take long for O’Toole’s co-stars as well as fans of the show to post their own heartwarming comments.

Dugdale responded, “Such a dream working with you ladies,” in return for O’Toole’s good sentiments.

Denny, Doc’s grandson, who is a third-season newbie Kai Bradbury, echoed: “Legends only,” followed by a heart emoji.

Zibby Allen, who plays Brie Sheridan, also paid gratitude to the celebrities by simply answering, “The finest,” followed once more by a heart emoji.

Similar comments were made by the audience, and @gunterquinn added: “Love the sewing/knitting group’ and their friendship.”

While saying, “You are fantastic! “, @anglita.hila. Your good vibes are permeating the space.

I adore watching all of you, tweeted @laurieelliott9123, along with a heart emoji.

Although O’Toole tried her best to avoid revealing any details in the photo, it does confirm that all of the women will return for season five.

She’s not the first celebrity to generate interest among Virgin River fans by providing updates on the progress of season five.

As he marked the first day of filming on July 28, Benjamin Hollingsworth provided fans their first glimpse of Brady from the upcoming fifth season.

Hollingsworth sported Brady’s trademark bad guy look while riding a motorcycle, with a leather jacket and aviator sunglasses.

Brady should be able to move on from the attempted murder of Jack now that he is a free man.

As long as he is involved in the drug trade, his troubled past could resurface. In season 5, will he be able to put the past behind him once and for all?

Seasons 1 through 4 of Virgin River are currently streaming on Netflix.

 

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Since 2014, Eliza Grace has worked as a reporter covering movies and other forms of media. She is particularly well-known for the humorous way in which she analyses film. On a regular basis, she contributes articles to The Current that are movie reviews as well as articles about the newest movies, video games, and entertainment news. Words from Eliza Grace: "There's a standard formula for success in the entertainment medium and that's: Beat it to death if it succeeds."