Great news: after months of counting down, it’s finally here: all twelve episodes of Virgin River season 4 are now available on Netflix worldwide. The story of Jack and Mel continues, and after all the cliffhangers of last season, we can’t wait.
What is Virgin River season 4 about?
In the first season, Melinda Monroe answered an ad to apply for a job as a nurse in the remote town of Virgin River, California. She soon discovered that life in a small town was not as easy as she expected and that she had to learn to come to terms with herself.
By now she is completely settled here, but is again struggling with all kinds of new problems. After the sudden announcement of her pregnancy it is not clear who the father of the baby is. Is it Jack or is it Mel’s ex-husband Mark? And what happens if Jack is not the baby’s biological father?
The other characters are also busy in the fourth season. Hope is recovering from her car accident, a process that has far-reaching consequences for both her and her husband Doc. Ricky must make a choice between work and home. Also, after her absence in the third season, Paige returns and is reunited with Christopher. Watch the trailer below.
Season 4 of Virgin River is now available to watch on Netflix
We can immerse ourselves in life in Virgin River again for twelve one-hour episodes. As of this Wednesday, Virgin River season 4 is finally on Netflix. Collectively, the episodes last twelve hours, so that’s good for some evenings of binging the coming days!
More information about the series
Melinda Monroe answers an ad to apply for a job as a nurse in the remote town of Virgin River, California. She thinks this is the perfect place to start over and leave her painful memories behind. But she soon discovers that life in a small town is not as easy as she expected and that she must learn to come to terms with herself before she can truly make Virgin River her home.
|IMDb||7,4 from 35.000 votes|
|Release date||20 July 2022|
|Cast||Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Colin Lawrence, Lauren Hammersley, Tim Matheson, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey, Nicola Cavendish, Annette O’Toole|
|Kijken||Watch now on Netflix|