The dramedy will return this fall.
July 28, 2017
Good news, Good Witch fans - The Hallmark Channel series has been picked up for a fourth season. Word came today from star Catherine Bell, who took to Twitter with the official announcement. The original family drama, which wrapped Season 3 earlier this month, has continued its consistent performance that kept its rank as the network's #1 primetime original series.
In Good Witch, Bell stars as Cassie Nightingale, Middleton's favorite enchantress who shares a special intuition with her teenage daughter, Grace. When Dr. Sam Radford and his son arrive in town, they are immediately taken by their spellbinding new neighbors. Unfortunately Sam and Cassie do not see eye to eye, but Cassie uses her signature charm to try and bring everyone together.
Look for Season 4 of Good Witch this fall, premiering with a special Halloween-themed episode in October.
10/30/17 at 06:00pm
I am a happy 74 year old who just cant wait until the new series starts. One of the best series on tv and I mean best.
10/30/17 at 04:38pm
Please keep the series and movies going it is such a joy to watch and a relief from all the killing sprees otherwise in tv and movies
08/07/17 at 04:26am
So very glad this show is coming back. I absolutely love this show, Catherine Bell has always been one of my favorite actress's all the way back to Jag. She has such a wonderful way of coming across in such a sweet manner. She always brings a smile to me when I see her in specials, especially Christmas specials. My 12 & 10 year old granddaughters adore this show since day one!! Its really nice to see a show with out violence, nudity and swearing. So refreshing :)
08/02/17 at 00:07am
Happy Cassie and the gang will be back for another season. I really enjoy the show
08/01/17 at 10:04am
I know this show isn't for everyone, but it is certainly easy to watch for those who like light and fluffy shows. I liked the movies better, but I'm still glad it is renewed early.
07/31/17 at 07:18am
Catherine Bell has more ways to smile than the Inuits have names for snow.