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CTV’s SULLIVAN’S CROSSING Season 2 Starts Filming in Nova Scotia

Season 2 of CTV’s Sullivan’s Crossing, starring Morgan Kohan, Chad Michael Murray and Scott Patterson, starts filming in Nova Scotia.

From the executive producers and adapted from the same best-selling author Robyn Carr of Netflix’s hit romance Virgin River, CTV’s Sullivan’s Crossing was the #1 new Canadian drama last season and got an early season 2 renewal last Spring.

Sullivan’s Crossing Season One:

Doctor Maggie Sullivan (Morgan Kohan) has her life perfectly on track: she is recognized as one of the Country’s up and coming neurosurgeons to watch. However, her world is turned upside down when her new business partner at their thriving private practice is indicted for fraud and she finds herself being sued for negligence.

Needing to clear her head and calm her nerves, she leaves Boston and travels back home to Nova Scotia to stay with her estranged father (Scott Patterson) at his campground: Sullivan’s Crossing. 

Complicating matters is the irritating mysterious newcomer, Cal Jones (Chad Michael Murray), whose presence in Sullivan’s Crossing ultimately will lead Maggie to question her carefully laid plans. 

Sullivan’s Crossing Season 2:

Halifax filming dates: September 01 2023 – December 15 2023.

Episodes: 10.

Showrunner: Roma Roth.

Cast: Morgan Kohan, Chad Michael Murray, Scott Patterson, Tom Jackson, Andrea Menard, Lindura, Amalia Williamson, Lola Gunderson, Reid Price, Alan Hawco, Lynda Boyd, Peter Outerbridge, Lauren Hammersley.

Producers: Reel World Management, CTV, Freemantle.

The CW:

The CW is airing both seasons of Sullivan’s Crossing starting with a Fall premiere on Wednesday, October 4th..

Related: Seasons 1 & 2 of CTV’s Nova Scotia-Filmed Sullivan’s Crossing To Air on The CW

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