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Market Travelability
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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When Hope Calls ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means When Hope Calls has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
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About this title

Storyline

Spinoff series of 'When Calls the Heart' centering on the lives of orphan siblings Lillian and Grace, who grow up apart but reunite later in adulthood in the early 1900s.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: August 30, 2019

Also Known As: Когда зовёт надежда, When Hope Calls

Parents Guide: United States (TV-G)

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Hideaway Pictures, WHC Season 1 Productions Inc

Cast

Curtis Caravaggio
as Mike Sinclair
David R Carter
as Stationmaster
James Cade
as Russell Meeks
Grant Kellett
as Stagecoach Driver
Isaak Bailey
as Christian
Kim Roberts
as Pearl Mayfair
Wendy Crewson
as Tess Stewart
Blair Williams
as Inspector Andrews
Ron Pederson
as Salesman
Kevin Jubinville
as Charles Talbot
Kavan Smith
as Leland 'Lee' Coulter
Catherine McGregor
as Joanna Larkin
Liam MacDonald
as Vincent
Morgan David Jones
as Hank
David Gingrich
as Lou Simmons
David James Cooper
as Man on stairs
Ava Weiss
as Mary Louise
Kevin McGarry
as Nathan Grant
Charlie Zeltzer
as Theo
Adam Winlove-Smith
as Fugative
Luxton Handspiker
as Roy
Jocelyn Hudon
as Grace Bennett
Jamie Spilchuk
as James Belanger
Hanneke Talbot
as Maggie Parsons
Jim Calarco
as Ben's Father
Pascale Hutton
as Rosemary Coulter
Kate Moyer
as Sophia
Sean Connolly Affleck
as Frank Bingham
Carrie Schiffler
as Ben's Wife
Josh Bainbridge
as Max
Naomi Sogbein
as Alice Mayfair
Marshall Williams
as Sam Tremblay
Lori Loughlin
as Abigail Stanton
Elizabeth Saunders
as Eleanor Winters
Riley O'Donnell
as Helen
Kelsey Ruhl
as Patron 1/Woman
Neil Crone
as Ronnie Stewart
Morgan I. Bedard
as Patron 2
Morgan Kohan
as Lillian Walsh
Josh Reich
as Ben's Son/Timmy (Ben's Son)
Kalinka Petrie
as Lucie Clay
Michael Copeman
as Ken Newsome
Michael Vincent Dagostino
as Earl Roberts
Jefferson Brown
as Joe Moody
Tom Bishop Sr.
as Stage Coach Driver
Nicholas Carella
as Ted Conacher
Rob Stewart
as Tom Clay
Kelly Martin
as Ruth
Sean Bell
as Constable Anderson
Carter Ryan
as Cody Stanton
Daniel Lissing
as Jack Thornton
Simon Webster
as Fred
Brian Roworth
as Billy
Laurie Murdoch
as Dr. Carl Wilson
Greg Hovanessian
as Dr. Chuck Stewart
Ryan-James Hatanaka
as Gabriel Kinslow
Hannah Emily Anderson
as Eve Chantrel
Jonathan Potts
as Ben Mendelson/Ben Medelson
Drew Nelson
as Daniel Olsen
Giovanna Moore
as Mrs. Clark
Annastasia Boston
as Townsfolks

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 2 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

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The Joey Awards, Vancouver 2019

Nominee

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Actor in a Recurring Role Television Drama Age 6-11

The Joey Awards, Vancouver 2020

Nominee

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Actress in a Recurring Television Role 6-8 years

Nominee

The Joey Awards, Vancouver

Best Actress in a Series Regular or Recurring Television Role 6-8 years

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