Sisters Lillian and Grace open an orphanage together in the 1916 Western town of Brookfield. Among the cattle rancher traditions and the growing town around them, they each search for their own happiness while finding ways to overcome the challenges of helping the children in their care.
Along the way, they discover the meaning of community, acceptance, and love as they create the family they've always wanted.
It's a bit confusing for me as the related/sister show is still on Hallmark, and some of the characters didn't return or transition to this other network (somewhat controversial/political between Hallmark and GAC which includes Lori Loughlin, btw).
A word on that controversy. This series takes place ~1916. (IMO) All the current mixed race couples and LGBTQ stuff, seen on many other shows/networks probably shouldn't apply to this era anyway or need be seen in every series/movie/episode of everything.
I was very disappointed to see Hallmark aired a non-HD version even though I was watching on its HD channel (on Comcast-Xfinity). I hope Hallmark can fix that issue for the following episodes.