Chesapeake Shores Season 3

Chesapeake Shores Season 3

Everybody's favourite Hallmark family are back as Netflix has started streaming Season 3 of Chesapeake Shores. The trials and tribulations of the O'Brien family are still as compelling as ever but unlike the first two seasons, Netflix are adding just one new episode a week so you may have to wait a little bit if you want to binge the entire season in one go!

If you haven't watched the first two seasons, check out our review here, and if you can't quite remember how it ended then here goes. Abby (Meghan Ory) and Trace (Jesse Metcalf) decided to give their relationship a go but with Trace heading off on tour, it was going to be a tough time ahead for the couple. Jess (Laci Mailey) was still working hard on the B&B but her love interest, David, had been called back to run the family business and Bree's potential beau had left to go on a book tour. Essentially the three O'Brien sisters were all in limbo.

Fast forward a few months to Season 3 and Trace is back but fame isn't far behind which is making things tricky for Abby who is trying to keep her daughters out of the spot light. Jess and David are trying to make things work but David's parents are scheming in the background to ensure he stays to run the business and doesn't go back to Chesapeake Shores. Simon is back in town but Bree (Emilie Ullerup) is still unsure about the future of their relationship.

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Father of the family, Mick O'Brien (Treat Williams), is patching things up with his estranged brother and the O'Brien Matriarch, Nell (Diane Ladd) is back from Ireland but as of yet there has been no mention about her mysterious trip to the Emerald Isle.

Chesapeake Shores is a really lovely show that's easy to watch and while nothing ever goes terribly wrong, it chugs along at a solid pace. Well worth a watch!

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