Season 2 of CTV original drama Sullivan’s Crossing premieres April 14

From a media release:

CTV announced today that Season 2 of hit original drama SULLIVAN’S CROSSING premieres Sunday, April 14 at a special time of 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV,, and the CTV app. The series then moves into its regular Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT timeslot beginning April 21. From the team behind VIRGIN RIVER, and adapted by executive producer and showrunner Roma Roth from the New York Times bestselling novels by beloved author and Virgin River scribe Robyn Carr, SULLIVAN’S CROSSING stars Morgan Kohan (WHEN HOPE CALLS), alongside Chad Michael Murray (ONE TREE HILL), and Scott Patterson (GILMORE GIRLS). Filmed in Nova Scotia, Season 2 consists of 10, one-hour episodes.

Following the gripping conclusion of the first season, Season 2 of SULLIVAN’S CROSSING opens just hours after Dr. Maggie Sullivan (Kohan) has learned about her father’s stroke, and her life is once again thrown into turmoil. Choosing to delay her return to Boston to care for her father Sully (Patterson), Maggie finds herself back in Sullivan’s Crossing, where she must once again face her conflicted feelings about her father and address her growing attraction to Cal (Murray), as she struggles to come to terms with the realities of her pregnancy and the impact it may have on her career.

Returning for Season 2 alongside Morgan Kohan as Dr. Maggie Sullivan, Chad Michael Murray as Cal Jones, and Scott Patterson as Harry “Sully” Sullivan, are actor, singer and companion of the Order of Canada, Tom Jackson (CARDINAL) as Frank Cranebear; actor, singer, and songwriter, Andrea Menard (VELVET DEVIL) as Edna Cranebear; Amalia Williamson (BRIA MACK GETS A LIFE) as Lola Gunderson; Lindura (GHOSTS) as Sydney Shandon; Dakota Taylor (ZERO CHILL) as Rafe; Lauren Hammersley (VIRGIN RIVER) as Connie Boyle; Lynda Boyd (VIRGIN RIVER) as Phoebe Lancaster; Reid Price (THE SINNER) as Rob Shandon; Peter Outerbridge (DESIGNATED SURVIVOR) as Walter Lancaster; and Allan Hawco (JACK RYAN) as Andrew Mathews.

Joining the ensemble cast this season are Michelle Nolden (HEARTLAND) as salon owner Alysa Mackenzie, and Cindy Sampson (PRIVATE EYES) as Jane, a divorced mom with eyes for Rob. Peter MacNeil (MOONSHINE), Joel Thomas Hynes (LITTLE DOG), and Jayne Eastwood (WORKIN’ MOMS) also guest star in episodes this season, as well as Meghan Ory (CHESAPEAKE SHORES) in the role of Cal’s sister, Sedona.

On the Season 2 premiere of SULLIVAN’S CROSSING, “Guilt Trip” (Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV,, and the CTV app), a guilt ridden Maggie Sullivan (Morgan Kohan) returns to the Crossing to find Sully (Scott Patterson) in hospital struggling with the feeling that he’s forgotten something. Cal Jones (Chad Michael Murray) is confused when Maggie gives him the cold shoulder, unaware that Lola (Amalia Williamson) pocketed his goodbye letter. Sully connects with a new patient who is sharing his hospital room; Edna (Andrea Menard) and Frank (Tom Jackson) find themselves at odds for the first time in years; and Sydney (Lindura) and Rafe (Dakota Taylor) struggle to keep things platonic while living as roommates.

Adapted by Showrunner Roma Roth from author Robyn Carr’s bestselling book series of the same name, SULLIVAN’S CROSSING is executive produced by Reel World Management’s Roma Roth and Christopher E. Perry in association with CTV and Fremantle. Author Robyn Carr is also an executive producer. Directors for Season 2 are Cal Coons (REMEDY), Chris Grismer (QUANTUM LEAP), April Mullen (THE SPENCER SISTERS), Melanie Orr (CHILDREN RUIN EVERYTHING), and Shamim Sharif (SORT OF).

The series is an interprovincial co-production with Nova Scotia based producer Ann Bernier and Ontario based producer Mark Gingras with the participation of Reel World Management, Canadian Media Fund, Bell Media, Nova Scotia Film & Television Production Incentive Fund, the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit, Bell Fund, and Screen Nova Scotia Content Creator Fund. SULLIVAN’S CROSSING is distributed internationally by Fremantle.

Showrunner Roma Roth executive produces alongside Christopher. E. Perry with Ann Bernier and Mark Gingras producing.


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