Virgin River is one of the most talked about and watched series on Netflix. The series follows the romantic relationship between Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge) and Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson). in the Virgin River In season 4, the couple dealt with issues of paternity, pregnancy, PTSD, alcoholism and many other things. Also newcomer, Dr. Cameron Hayek (Mark Ghanimé) shook up her world a bit
Although dr Cameron claimed he would leave Virgin River at the end of season 4, a season 5 photo showing Doc Mullins (Tim Matheson) says otherwise.
dr Cameron caused a little drama on “Virgin River.”
dr Cameron came zipping across the Virgin River and made his mark. The attractive new doctor caused a stir in the city. However, he was charmed by a very engaged and pregnant Mel. To make matters worse, he was constantly interfering in Mel and Jack’s relationship, making things more than a little awkward.
At the end of season four, he stated that he was leaving Virgin River. However, keen-eyed fans spotted Ghanimé at the table being read for Season 5.
Between Doc Mullins and Dr. Cameron looks tense in a Season 5 preview
The official Virgin River The Instagram account posted a behind-the-scenes photo of Ghanimé and Matheson. The men were standing very close together and appeared to be engaged in a very tense conversation.
The caption read, “Anyone need a doctor?” Under the post, Ghanimé also tried to keep things light-hearted. He commented: “This man [referring to Matheson] is a lovable scene partner. Even if he accuses me of stealing all the office donuts, as seen here.”
Of course there will be some big drama and changes in the clinic in Season 5.
Inside ‘Virgin River’ Season 5
From videos and photos of sets seen on the official Virgin River The Instagram page and the cast and crew feeds, we know that Virgin River Season 5 is currently filming in Vancouver. The show has been filming since July 2022 and is scheduled to wrap up just before the bank holidays at the end of November.
Greek Creator Patrick Sean Smith has come on board as showrunner, taking over from Sue Tenney, who held the role for the first four seasons. We also know that like Season 4, this season is expected to have 12 episodes.
Season 5 will follow the sequels surrounding the paternity mystery of Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) and a new villain, Melissa (played by Barbara Pollard), who is making a name for herself in town. Henderson has also said that a main character will be saying goodbye in Season 5.
“Obviously I’m speaking without having read any of those actual scripts,” he told Glamour. “A lot of stuff gets wrapped up, and then there’s a whole lot of new beginnings, new storylines. I can’t reveal too much. I know someone might move away. Someone could go.”
We can’t wait to see what’s next.
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https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/virgin-river-things-look-tense-between-doc-mullins-and-dr-cameron-season-5-sneak-peek.html/ Between Doc Mullins and Dr. Cameron looks tense in a Season 5 sneak peek