Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart has been confirmed for a fourth season. The show’s frontrunners Daniel Lissing and Erin Krakow made the announcement shortly after the season 3 finale aired.
The announcement was made through a video message posted on Hallmark Channel USA’s official Facebook page, TV Series Finale reported.
“I heard a rumor that there might be a season 4 of When Calls the Heart,” Daniel Lissing told Erin Krakow. “Allow me to confirm. We’re coming back for season 4!” Krakow said in response. “We’re so excited. We couldn’t be any more excited. Thank you so much Hearties. We’re so grateful for you,” an enthusiastic Krakow added.
Lissing also thanked fans for “all their support, watching the show every single week.”
The two stars also confirmed that the show’s mainstays, Lori Loughlin and Jack Wagner, would also reprise their roles in When Calls the Heart season 4.
The finale of When Calls the Heart season 3 aired on April 10 with a guest appearance from Brooke Shields. According to People, the 50-year-old actress played a bold frontier woman and the mother of Mountie Jack Thornton (Daniel Lissing).
“She’s a poker playing, horseback riding, call-it-like-it-is woman. I identify with her energy – she’s one the guys but also a really good mom,” Shields said when asked about her guest role. “I just love period anything,” Shields added, referring to the drama’s year 1910 setting.
In the season finale, Elizabeth and Mountie Jack’s relationship is once tested as a natural disaster hits Hope Valley. Mountie Jack gets caught up in a flood that engulfs the town.
Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart tells the tale of Elizabeth Thatcher (Erin Krakow), a young woman living in a frontier town in Canada, and her love story with Mountie Jack (Daniel Lissing).