Saturday, July 15, 2017

"Chesapeake Shores" Season 2 - Follow Four Generations of O’Brien Family... with Treat Williams, Barbara Niven, Meghan Ory, Jesse Metcalfe, Emilie Ullerup, Brendan Penny, Andrew Francis, Laci Mailey, and Diane Ladd


TV SERIES: Chesapeake Shores Season 2

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: Sunday nights, August 6, 2017 - October, 2017

*MISS an EPISODE? Watch it -HERE!


Chesapeake Shores: Season 1 - DVD

Chesapeake Shores: Season 1 - Streaming Amazon Video

Chesapeake Shores: Season 2 - Streaming Amazon Video




Jesse Metcalfe ... Trace Riley
Meghan Ory ... Abby O’Brien-Winters
Treat Williams ... Mick O’Brien
Diane Ladd ... Nell O’Brien
Barbara Niven ... Megan O’Brien
Laci Mailey ... Jess O’Brien
Emilie Ullerup ... Bree O’Brien
Andrew Francis ... Connor O’Brien
Brendan Penny ... Kevin O’Brien
Kayden Magnuson ... Carrie Winters
Abbie Magnuson ... Caitlyn Winters
Brittany Willacy ... Leigh Corley



Storylines via Hallmark-

Season 2 - Episode 1 - Secrets, Lies, and School Supplies: As Abby and the rest of the O’Briens prepare for the town’s annual lantern festival, Trace returns to Nashville to face a past mistake. Mick takes his granddaughters backto-school shopping while covertly working on a business deal bound to cause family conflict. Jess is overwhelmed by both a busy weekend at her bed and breakfast and the news that her long-estranged mother Megan has returned to town for good. Amidst the small town celebration, Bree must decide if she will move back to Chicago to produce her play. As the festival nears, Trace and each of the O’Briens attempt to put their own challenges aside so four generations of O’Briens—including grandma Nell—can come together for the lantern festival.

*Photo Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 2 - Pasts and Presents: Despite guidance from Nell, Mick makes some unpopular business decisions when he plans to sell the nightclub that he and Trace are building together, and puts a reluctant Abby in charge of a development project steeped in unresolved family conflicts. When planning her cousin’s wedding goes awry, Jess turns to an unexpected source—her mother, Megan—for help. In Chicago, Bree fights to regain control of the production of her play. Kevin must work through difficult memories from his deployment when faced with a life-and-death situation. An O’Brien family wedding has some unexpected tension when Mick is confronted by an adversary from his past.

*Photo Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 3 - Photographs and Memories: As Abby sends her girls off to their first day at a new school, conflict arises between Trace and Wes about their roles in the family—complicated further by a Nashville recording label taking interest in Trace’s new demo with Leigh. The O’Brien siblings reminisce watching home movies shot by Megan, but these movies leave Jess feeling left out and angry at her mother for leaving when she was young. Nell helps Connor dress professionally for his new career, but struggles to prevent Mick from butting heads with his brother Thomas over family land. Like the rest of the family, Bree and Kevin attempt to bid farewell to their pasts to make way for future opportunities.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 4 - It’s Always Nashville: Trace heads to Nashville to record an album with Leigh, but has trouble channeling creative inspiration while he is away from Abby. A well-intentioned Jess creates trouble for Bree when she advertises that a famous author will attend a book reading at Bree’s new bookstore. Ready to move on from his past relationship, Kevin tries to impress a free spirited firefighter on their first date. As Mick continues his controversial plans to develop family land, Nell attempts to have him reconcile with his brother, Thomas.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 5 - Buried Treasures: Bree and Kevin hunt for a family time capsule in the backyard when Nell finds a treasure map that Bree made as a teen. While Trace is in Nashville fighting to have Leigh included on an upcoming album at the risk of his own career, Abby meets a handsome widower in the PTA. At her bed and breakfast, Jess deals with a high maintenance customer, and gets more than she bargains for when his true identity is revealed. Mick and Thomas continue to spar over a family land development deal, never seeing eye-to-eye about the past or the future. Megan reconnects with the family by giving Connor dating advice and tutoring her granddaughters.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 6 - Grand Openings: As their nightclub opening nears, Trace spends late nights practicing with Leigh and his band, while Mick fights city hall to receive a live music permit. Abby receives a promotion at work, but it leaves her with less time to spend with the family and Trace. Frustrated with her own work prospects, Megan receives an endorsement from an unexpected ally. Jess begins to develop feelings for David, while a famous author surprises Bree at her bookstore. Connor reconnects with his former flame Danielle, and Kevin has eyes for a free-spirited firefighter. Sensing romance in the air, Nell hosts a dinner for her grandchildren and their new love interests.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 7 - All of Our Yesterdays: Overloaded with their careers, both Trace and Abby try to find time to spend with one another and their families. Mick receives damaging information about Thomas, and considers whether to use it in their town hall debate over the family land trust. Jess plans a special meal to win David over, but is fearful to take the next step in their relationship. Just like Jess, Bree is afraid to move forward with her new admirer. Connor and Kevin both contemplate their careers, concerned they may be headed down the wrong paths. On advice from Nell, Megan tells her children the real reason she left for New York years ago.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs

Season 2 - Episode 8 - Forest Through the Trees: Away from the distraction of technology, Abby and Trace talk about their past and the future during a camping getaway. With some encouragement from Nell, Mick and Thomas try to work out their differences in person. Bree has trouble resisting the charms of her new suitor that Megan invited to town, and spends some time getting to know him. After a recent kiss, Jess grapples with her feelings toward David, afraid that pursuing romance will ruin their friendship. Kevin also faces uncertainty about his new romance when a loss from her past brings up difficult memories from his own. A newly unemployed Connor receives a work offer from a surprising source.

*Images Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Ricardo Hubbs


  1. I just love this show. If you have Directv, they do have all of season 1 on the app to watch. It is probably also on the On Demand, I don't have that though. If you didn't see season 1, you can watch it. I love this cast, I have read all the books and they got good Hallmark actors to play the parts. Such a great show :)

  2. I just love this show - it's so bright and light and beautifully located and filmed.

    Funny about the new photo of the cast (the first picture above,) is that some of them are so glammed up that I didn't recognize them at first. :)

  3. Thank you, Sabrina, for mentioning this! Yes, Chesapeake Shores season 1 is available on Directv on demand and each episode is free! I am loving watching the episodes I lost when my DVR died.

  4. I love this series!! Thank you Net for posting the link to Amazon so I can catch up or re-watch any of the eps I happen to miss this season. I bought the season 1 DVD and I'm loving it, even if all my friends keep stealing it. They are all crushing on Jessie Metcalfe!! Me too!!

  5. Excellent show. I just saw season 1 and part of season 2. I'll be sad when it finishes. I would give anything to live there. Pity family issues can't be resolved as easily as they are on shows.

  6. I'm drawn into this show every week. Good to see a loving family on TV again.


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