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The Good Witch's Family (2011)

The Good Witch's Family

Overview


Genre

Drama, Family

Release Date

October 29, 2011 (TV Premiere)

Studio

Hallmark

Official Site

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Cast and Crew


Director

Craig Pryce

Producer

Orly Adelson, Jonathan Eskenas

Screenwriter

G. Ross Parker

Starring

  • Catherine Bell
  • Chris Potter as Jake Russell
  • Catherine Disher
  • Hannah Endicott-Douglas
  • Matthew Knight
  • Sarah Power
  • Noah Cappe
  • Karen Ivany
  • Rhys Ward

Story


"The Good Witch's Family" is the fourth installment of Hallmark Channel's highest-rated and longest-running Original Movie series, and is based on the characters from the original film, "The Good Witch." Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Halloween' is a week-long celebration book-ended by two Hallmark Channel Original Movie premieres. Life is becoming routinely good for Cassandra "Cassie" Nightingale (Bell) as she settles into marriage with Middleton Police Chief Jake Russell (Potter) and as stepmom to Brandon (Knight) and Lori (Endicott-Douglas). But not everything in Middleton is good, fair or fair to middling. In fact, some things are downright bad. Evil blows into town in the form of Cassie's long-lost cousin Abigail, who whips up wickedness like a tornado darting across the Plains. The once peaceful Russell family bickers night and day; Jake is fired after an argument with the Mayor over a bridge expansion; and Martha (Disher), the Mayor's wife and town busy body, who is also at odds with her husband over the bridge issue, walks out on their long marriage. As the town divides further over neighborhood expansion, Cassie is drafted to run for Mayor. There is friction in her once-happy marriage, her family is unraveling, and Abigail's diabolical "double, double, toil and trouble" is the apex of Cassie's misery. What's a good witch to do?

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