Virgin River fans have just received an early Christmas present. Netflix has revived the favorite piece for a third season (this usually means we have to find a fix for this massive season 2 cliffhanger). Here’s everything we know about Virgin River Season 3 so far.
When will Season 3 of “Virgin River” be on Netflix?
Netflix is bringing back Virgin River – which is largely based on a series of extraordinarily stimulating novels via Robyn Carr – for the third season. But the streaming provider hasn’t said when fanatics can expect those new episodes. However, if Virgin River season three is similar to the first seasons, chances are it will hit Netflix some day in November or December. Virgin River’s first season premiered in December 2019, and season 2 was the last to arrive in November 2020. So the possibilities are appropriate that Netflix is aiming for a release date at the end of 2021, even if that’s pure speculation at the moment.
How many episodes will there be?
While we don’t know when Virgin River season 3 will be released, we do know how many episodes there may be. Season three of the show, starring Alexandra Breckenridge and Martin Henderson, can have 10 episodes. That’s the same number of episodes as in Season 1 and a few.
Is the whole cast coming back?
It looks like most people are returning to the Virgin River. The cast includes Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Colin Lawrence, Lauren Hammersley, Tim Matheson, Annette O’Toole, Jenny Cooper, Grayson Gurnsey and Benjamin Hollingsworth.
There will be some new faces next time too, in line with Humans. Zibby Allen, known for her work on The Flash and Grey’s Anatomy, will soon join the cast as Jack’s sister, “a lawyer who’s smart, tough, hits the ball and has a lot of fun too” Rescue Hope and Diggstown celebrity Stacey Farber will play Lilly’s daughter, who “helps her with child Chloe at the same time as her 3 different sisters live away from home.”
What is Season 3 about?
With such little information accessible about season 3, we’d think it would start where the final season ended: with Mel seeing Jack bleeding on the floor of his bar after being shot. Yikes.
But just in case you’re looking for more information on where the show could be directed, we recommend reading the novels through Robyn Carr (at least they did inspire the show). But be warned that the show tends to deviate a bit from the books.