The Good Witch's Garden

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The Good Witch's Garden
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Written by G. Ross Parker
Rod Spence
Directed by Craig Pryce
Starring Catherine Bell
Chris Potter
Country of origin Canada
United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Andrea Raffaghello
Cinematography John Dyer
Editor(s) Mark Sanders
Running time 120 minutes
Original network Hallmark Channel
Original release
  • February 7, 2009 (2009-02-07)
Preceded by The Good Witch
Followed by The Good Witch's Gift

The Good Witch's Garden is a Hallmark Channel television film, the sequel to The Good Witch. It premiered on Hallmark Channel on February 7, 2009.


Cassie Nightingale (Catherine Bell) has settled into Middleton and is busy making Grey House into a bed and breakfast. Her boyfriend, Chief of Police Jake Russell (Chris Potter), and his kids, Brandon (Matthew Knight) and Lori (Hannah Endicott-Douglas), are happy to have Cassie in the neighborhood, but before long, a stranger named Nick (Rob Stewart) appears with papers entitling him to legal ownership of Grey House. Cassie is bewildered and wonders if she really belongs in Middleton.


Working title[edit]

The film was originally to be titled Good Witch 2: Magic Never Fades.[1]


The film's premiere did moderately well for Hallmark Channel. It scored a 2.7 household rating with over 2.3 million homes, over 3.1 million total viewers and 4.2 million unduplicated viewers. This performance ranked it #1 in the time period as well as the second-highest-rated Prime Time cable movie of the week and day, among all ad-supported cable networks. The film boosted Hallmark Channel to rank #3 in Prime Time for the day, and #5 for the week.[2]


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