Cedar Cove: Season Two Starts July 20th

Cedar Cove season 2Production has begun on season two of Hallmark Channel’s original drama, Cedar Cove. The second season will begin airing on Sunday, July 20th, at 8pm. It’s unclear how many episodes have been ordered this time but the first season had a dozen installments.

TV’s #1 Drama of Summer 2013 – “Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove” – to Commence Production on Season 2

Hallmark Channel announces that TV’s #1 drama of Summer 2013, Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove, will commence production on season 2 of the network’s highly-anticipated show, March 31 in Vancouver, British Columbia . Cedar Cove, #1 in its time period every Saturday during its entire first season, stars television and film beauty Andie MacDowell, Dylan Neal (“50 Shades of Grey”), Barbara Niven (“Pensacola”), Bruce Boxleitner, Brennan Elliott, and Teryl Rothery, and is set to premiere Sunday, July 20 (8 p.m. ET/PT/7C) only on Hallmark Channel.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to watching season two of Cedar Cove?

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  1. Anonymous says

    When is Season 2 Cedar Cove to be aired in UK & what TV channel please?
    Beautiful setting, great actors. Hurry back pls!

  2. EPAYNE says

    Series 3 is due to air in the US this July and we haven’t even got a date for Season 2. Come on someone – please update us – when are we going to get Season 2?

  3. says

    We absolutely love Cedar Cove and the plot and actors are great. Please continue to show the Cedar Cove episodes. We enjoy them so much and we a hoping they don’t end. Beautiful setting and love the series.Please keep them coming.


  4. Patti says

    I absolutely love watching Cedar Cove and so does my mom. It is my favorite show on TV. It seemed like such a long time between Season 1 and Season 2. Can’t wait for Season 3. I’d like to see more episodes made.

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