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Season One of Nova Scotia-Filmed SULLIVAN’S CROSSING = The CW’s Most-Watched Fall Drama

Season One of Nova Scotia-filmed Sullivan’s Crossing, adapted from the bestselling novels by Robyn Carr and starring Morgan Kohan, Chad Michael Murray and Scott Patterson, was The CW’s biggest Fall drama via TVLine.

The acquired Canadian series averaged 749,000 viewers and a 0.09 in the 18-49 demo in Live + 7 days.

That’s a big drop from Walker the most-watched drama in the Fall of 2022, which averaged 1.38 million viewers in Live +7. But Sullivan’s Crossing costs a lot less to licence which is what matters to Nexstar.

What’s Sullivan’s Crossing about?

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. 

Developed by CTV, Sullivan’s Crossing was the #1 new Canadian drama in the Spring of 2023.

Season 2 is coming next Spring on both CTV and The CW, after wrapping filming in Halifax a few days after the season one finale aired on The CW on December 13th.

Welcome to the Crossing. As we wrap up here filming season 2 — Chad Michael Murray.

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.

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