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When Calls the Heart
Based onWhen Calls the Heart
by Janette Oke
Developed byMichael Landon Jr.
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons11
No. of episodes119 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Vicki Sotheran
  • Greg Malcolm
  • Lori Loughlin
Production locationsVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Running time39–84 minutes
Production companies
Original release
NetworkHallmark Channel
ReleaseJanuary 11, 2014 (2014-01-11) –
present (present)
When Hope Calls

When Calls the Heart is an American television drama series inspired by Janette Oke's book of the same name from her Canadian West series and developed by Michael Landon Jr. The series began airing on the Hallmark Channel in the United States on January 11, 2014,[1] and on Super Channel in Canada on April 16, 2014.[2]

The series originated from a two-hour television movie pilot in October 2013, starring Poppy Drayton as young teacher Elizabeth Thatcher and Stephen Amell as North-West Mounted Police officer Wynn Delaney.[3] In the television series Erin Krakow plays the lead role alongside an ensemble cast.

On March 21, 2018, Hallmark renewed the series for a sixth season. The season premiered with a two-hour Christmas special that was broadcast as part of Hallmark's Countdown to Christmas event, and was to continue for a 10-episode run starting in February 2019.[4] However, due to the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal involving Lori Loughlin and her subsequent removal from all Hallmark properties, the season was put on a "retooling" hiatus and resumed in May to conclude in June, with Loughlin's scenes edited out.[5][6]

On February 22, 2023, ahead of the tenth season premiere, the series was renewed for an eleventh season, which premiered on April 7, 2024.[7] On May 10, 2024, the series was renewed up to a eighteenth season, season twelve is set to being production in July 2024.[8]



When Calls the Heart tells the story of Elizabeth Thatcher (Erin Krakow), a young teacher accustomed to her high-society life. She receives her first classroom assignment in Coal Valley, a small coal-mining town in Western Canada which is located just south of Robb, Alberta. There, life is simple, but often fraught with challenges. Elizabeth charms most everyone in Coal Valley, except North-West Mounted Police Constable Jack Thornton (Daniel Lissing). He believes Thatcher's wealthy father has doomed the lawman's career by insisting he be assigned in town to protect the shipping magnate's daughter. Wishing to thrive in this 1910 coal town, Elizabeth must learn the ways of the Canadian frontier.[9]

Abigail Stanton's (Lori Loughlin) husband (the foreman of the mine), her only son, and 45 other miners, were killed in an explosion, due to the mining-company site manager's irresponsible management and lack of due care in his management of the mine. The newly widowed women find their faith tested when they must go to work in the mine to keep a roof over their heads, food on the table, and help pay the wage for the town's teacher.[10] The town of Coal Valley was renamed Hope Valley in the first episode of the second season after the coal mine was closed.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
112January 11, 2014 (2014-01-11)March 29, 2014 (2014-03-29)
27April 25, 2015 (2015-04-25)June 13, 2015 (2015-06-13)
New Year's WishDecember 26, 2015 (2015-12-26)
38February 21, 2016 (2016-02-21)April 10, 2016 (2016-04-10)
ChristmasDecember 25, 2016 (2016-12-25)
410February 19, 2017 (2017-02-19)April 23, 2017 (2017-04-23)
The Christmas Wishing TreeDecember 25, 2017 (2017-12-25)
510February 18, 2018 (2018-02-18)April 22, 2018 (2018-04-22)
The Greatest Christmas Wish (Blessing)December 25, 2018 (2018-12-25)
69February 24, 2019 (2019-02-24)June 2, 2019 (2019-06-02)
Home for ChristmasDecember 25, 2019 (2019-12-25)
710February 23, 2020 (2020-02-23)April 26, 2020 (2020-04-26)
812February 21, 2021 (2021-02-21)May 9, 2021 (2021-05-09)
912March 6, 2022 (2022-03-06)May 22, 2022 (2022-05-22)
1012July 30, 2023 (2023-07-30)October 15, 2023 (2023-10-15)
1112April 7, 2024 (2024-04-07)[11]June 23, 2024 (2024-06-23)[11]

Cast and characters



  • Erin Krakow as Elizabeth Thatcher Thornton: Elizabeth Thatcher is a passionate young teacher from city life. She found herself in Hope Valley, a small community on the Canadian frontier in need of a teacher, and quickly discovers it is not an easy place to live, lacking the creature comforts and luxuries of her privileged life with her family. After marrying Jack, she loses him; shortly after the funeral, she finds out that she is expecting. Elizabeth meets businessman Lucas Bouchard a year after Jack's passing. They form a friendship based on their similar interests and strong intellectual connection. Lucas immediately falls in love with Elizabeth, but Elizabeth is still grieving Jack. The two eventually start dating, but he lets her go when he senses unresolved tension between Elizabeth and Nathan. This enables Elizabeth to recognize that her feelings for Nathan are her feelings for Jack that she has projected onto him. She realizes that she is in love with Lucas and they begin a courtship. Lucas proposes to Elizabeth in the Season 9 finale and she happily accepts. Their engagement is however broken off by Elizabeth in the Season 10 finale, because Elizabeth didn't wish to move to the capital with Lucas.
  • Daniel Lissing as Jack Thornton (seasons 1–5):[12] Jack Thornton is a Mountie and a man of stout character and integrity. He often finds himself protecting and saving people. Upon his first meeting of Elizabeth, Jack developed an instant dislike and it appeared she irritated him. However, as like Elizabeth, he grew to like her and eventually falls in love with her over time. He "dies" off-screen in a Mountie training camp in Season 5.[13]
  • Lori Loughlin as Abigail Stanton (seasons 1–6):[14] Abigail Stanton is a Hope Valley woman whose husband and son died in the mining accident. She is a very kind woman, and she stands strongly for the things she believes in. She is one of the first women to welcome Elizabeth and the two women quickly become friends. Abigail's character was written off the show, halfway through season 6, after Loughlin's involvement in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal, through the idea that Abigail had travelled "back east" to take care of her sick mother.[15]
  • Chelah Horsdal as Cat Montgomery (season 1): A woman of strong faith who teaches Sunday school after the church is destroyed. She is Gabe, Miles and Emily's mother.
  • Martin Cummins as Henry Gowen: Henry Gowen is a businessman who managed the late Hope Valley mining company and was arrested for stealing town funds. With the help of Abigail, he is given a second chance and starts his own oil business in the town.
  • Jack Wagner as Bill Avery: Bill Avery is a quiet but skilled man who acts as the town's sheriff and becomes the town's judge.
  • Pascale Hutton as Rosemary LeVeaux Coulter (recurring season 1; main season 2–present): Rosemary is a flamboyant, enthusiastic actress from New York. She was briefly engaged to Jack Thornton, but called it off due to their differences. She decides to stay in town, eventually falling in love with the sawmill owner, Lee Coulter.
  • Kavan Smith as Leland Coulter (season 2–present): Lee Coulter is a kind, laid-back, patient man, who opens a sawmill in Hope Valley. He marries Rosemary.
  • Andrea Brooks as Faith Carter (recurring seasons 2–5 & 7; main seasons 6, 8–present): Faith Carter is a nurse (and later doctor) who visits from Elizabeth's home city to come work in Hope Valley. She falls in love with Carson.
  • Paul Greene as Carson Shepherd (recurring seasons 4–5; main seasons 6–8): Carson Shepherd is a doctor who works in Hope Valley and falls in love with Faith. He later leaves Hope Valley to join a large hospital.
  • Eva Bourne as Clara Stanton Flynn (recurring season 2–5; main season 6–8): Clara Stanton is Abigail's daughter-in-law who works at the Cafe and marries Jesse Flynn.
  • Aren Buchholz as Jesse Flynn (recurring seasons 3–5; main seasons 6–8): Jesse is a former outlaw, who lived in Hope Valley. He marries Clara.
  • Chris McNally as Lucas Bouchard (season 6–present): Lucas Bouchard is a businessman who previously owned the Queen of Hearts saloon and Gowen Petroleum. He donates a building to Elizabeth so that she can open a public library for the town. Lucas and Elizabeth begin dating in Season 8 before briefly breaking up over misunderstandings. They reunite in the Season 8 finale and begin an official courtship after sharing their first kiss. Lucas and Elizabeth proclaim their love for each other and he proposes to her in the Season 9 finale, which she happily accepts. He later is elected Governor and Elizabeth breaks the engagement off.
  • Kevin McGarry as Nathan Grant (season 6–present): Nathan Grant comes to Hope Valley with his niece, Allie. Nathan develops feelings for Elizabeth but is unable to ask her out. He proclaims his love for her in Season 8, but she rushes away in shock. It is eventually revealed that Nathan came to Hope Valley to protect Elizabeth and her son as he feels guilty that Jack died while he took his place for the training assignment. In the Season 8 finale, Elizabeth informs Nathan that she is not in love with him but will always care for him as a friend. After breaking off her engagement to Lucas at the end of Season 10, however, Elizabeth and Nathan both begin to discover they have feelings for one another. In the penultimate episode of Season 11, Elizabeth reveals that she is in love with Nathan, and Nathan confesses that he never stopped loving Elizabeth. The two share a kiss and begin a courtship.
  • Viv Leacock as Joseph Canfield (recurring season 8; main season 9–present): A delivery driver who moves to Hope Valley and becomes the new pastor.


  • Charlotte Hegele as Julie Thatcher (recurring seasons 1–2 & 5; guest seasons 6, 10): Elizabeth's younger sister who longs for romance and adventure
  • Erica Carroll as Dottie Ramsey (seasons 1–5): The widow of former town mayor Silas Ramsey, and a curious woman who is interested in everything happening in town.
  • Loretta Walsh as Florence Blakeley Yost (season 1–present): A Hope Valley resident who is known to gossip. She later marries Ned Yost.
  • Johannah Newmarch as Molly Sullivan (season 1–present): A Hope Valley resident who is the mother of Rosaleen. She worked for Bill as an office cleaner. She later becomes the receptionist and Carson and Faith's assistant at the infirmary.
  • Hrothgar Mathews as Ned Yost (season 1–present): The owner and proprietor of the town's Mercantile. He has a daughter named Katie. He later marries Florence Blakeley.
  • Ben Rosenbaum as Mike Hickam (season 1–present): A resident of Hope Valley who's worked at the mercantile, Lee's sawmill, Gowen Petroleum, and the Queen of Hearts.
  • Laura Bertram as Mary Dunbar-Graves (seasons 1–3): A woman who is left to care for her young son, Caleb, after her husband is killed in the mining accident. She later remarries a coal miner, Dewitt Graves in Season 2.
  • Steve Bacic as Charles Spurlock (season 1): A Pinkerton agent who worked for Henry Gowen.
  • Gracyn Shinyei as Emily Montgomery (season 1–present): A student of Elizabeth's and Cat's daughter
  • Mitchell Kummen as Gabe Montgomery (seasons 1–2): a student of Elizabeth's who is Emily's older brother
  • Mark Humphrey as Frank Hogan (seasons 2–5): Former outlaw turned pastor who puts down roots in Hope Valley.
  • Max Lloyd-Jones as Tom Thornton (season 2; guest seasons 5 & 11): Jack's rebellious younger brother who enjoys flirting with Julie
  • Garwin Sanford as William Thatcher (season 2; guest season 5): Elizabeth's father who does not approve of her life in Hope Valley
  • Lynda Boyd as Grace Thatcher (season 2): Elizabeth's mother who falls ill
  • Marcus Rosner as Charles Kensington (season 2): An old childhood friend of Elizabeth's who works for her father and has unreturned romantic feelings for her.
  • Kristina Wagner as Nora Avery (seasons 2–3): Bill's former wife who became distant after her young son died.
  • Ava Grace Cooper as Opal Weise: A young student of Elizabeth's. She often carries a teddy bear named Brownie with her. (seasons 3–present)
  • Christian Michael Cooper as Timmy Lawson: A young aspiring musician who is a student of Elizabeth's. (seasons 3–present)
  • Genea Charpentier as Laura Campbell (seasons 3–9): A young Hope Valley resident who was a student of Elizabeth's. After aging out of school in Season 6, she begins working for Elizabeth as Little Jack's nanny.
  • Carter Ryan Evancic as Cody Stanton (seasons 3–6): A young orphan who was adopted by Abigail along with his older sister, Becky. He was written off the show along with Abigail due to the college scandal.[16]
  • Spencer Drever as Cyrus Rivera (season 4)
  • Jeremy Guilbaut as Ray Wyatt (season 4)
  • Kayla Wallace as Fiona Miller (recurring seasons 6–10; guest season 11): Originally a Telephone operator from San Francisco. Opens up her own barbershop in Hope Valley and later leaves Hope Valley to join the Suffragettes.
  • Jaeda Lily Miller as Allie Grant (season 6–present): Nathan Grant's niece. She is thrilled when her uncle legally adopts her.
  • Clayton James as Kevin Townsend (seasons 5–7): The local blacksmith in town.
  • Natasha Burnett as Minnie Canfield (season 8–present): Joseph's wife. She enjoys cooking and later starts working at the café.
  • Amanda Wong as Mei Sou (season 9-present): Tried to outrun her ex-husband and took refuge in the town. She is later hired to work as a pharmacist and at The Yost's new business.
  • Stefanie von Pfetten as Madeleine Saint John (season 10): A woman who comes to Hope Valley as a tourist along with her son Jamie.
  • Samantha Ferris as Maisie Hickam (season 11): The mayor of Benson Hills and Mike Hickam's older sister.

Notable guest stars




The series, originally planned to be filmed in Colorado, is filmed south of Vancouver, British Columbia, on a farm surrounded by vineyards. The fictional frontier town of Coal Valley (later Hope Valley) was erected in late 2013. Some of the set trimmings and a stage coach came from the Hell on Wheels set.[26] The Thatcher home is the University Women's Club of Vancouver.[27]

The series was renewed for a second season,[28] which aired from April 25 to June 13, 2015. Hallmark Channel announced in July 2015 that the series had been renewed for a third season, which aired from February 21 to April 10, 2016,[29] with a sneak peek airing during the 2015 Christmas season.[30]

In mid-2016, it was announced that Season 4 would premiere on the Hallmark Channel Christmas Day with a two-hour special. On April 11, 2016, Lissing and Krakow announced via the series' Facebook page that Hallmark Channel had renewed the series for a fourth season, which aired from February 19 to April 23, 2017.[31][32]

On April 24, 2017, series star Erin Krakow announced via the Hallmark Channel website that the show would return for a fifth season,[33] which premiered in February 2018 and ended in April.[34] Filming for season five began in Vancouver on August 22, 2017, and ended on December 21, 2017.[35][36]

On March 14. 2019, Hallmark announced it had dropped Loughlin from future company projects due to her role in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal.[37] On April 10, 2019, it was announced that season six would resume on May 5, 2019, with Loughlin's scenes edited out.[6]

On April 13, 2019, the series was renewed for a seventh season which aired February 23 to April 26, 2020.[38][39]

On April 26, 2020, Hallmark Channel announced via a video from Krakow that the series would return for an eighth season, which aired from February 21 to May 9, 2021.[40][41]

On May 9, 2021, Hallmark Channel announced via a video from Krakow that the series would return for a ninth season, which aired from March 6 to May 22, 2022.[42][43]

On June 17, 2022, the series was renewed for a tenth season.[44]

On February 22, 2023, ahead of the tenth season premiere, the series was renewed for a 12-episode eleventh season.[45]

On May 10, 2024, Hallmark Channel announced, via an Entertainment Tonight exclusive, that the series would be returning for a twelfth season, with 12 all-new episodes. Production is scheduled to start in July of 2024.[46]



The first season of the series was subsequently picked up by CBC Television for rebroadcast as a summer series in 2015.[47] The network has since aired all six seasons.[48][49] The series became available internationally on Netflix in August 2017, but was taken off in early 2021. Seasons 7-9 were added to Peacock in November 2022.



A spin-off of the show, When Hope Calls, was announced at Hallmark's Television Critics Association summer press tour on July 26, 2018. The series debuted on August 30, 2019, as the initial offering of the Hallmark Movies Now streaming service.[50][51] The second season aired on Great American Family.


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