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'Cedar Cove' Season 2 Finale Preview: Resolutions and Revelations

The Season 2 finale of Cedar Cove airs tonight on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Katie Yu/Hallmark
In the dramatic Season 2 finale of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove, everyone in town learns secrets eventually come out as Olivia gets to the bottom of Jack's distant behavior and Justine deals with the fallout from Seth's return. The second season of Cedar Cove concludes with "Resolutions and Revelations" on Saturday, October 4 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Hallmark Channel.

Olivia (Andie MacDowell) and the rest of Cedar Cove find out if love can ever conquer dishonesty—and no relationship is left untested. Seth's (Corey Sevier) uneasy return forces Justine (Sarah Smyth) to come clean about her kiss with Luke (Jesse Hutch) and the future she’s planned without him. Olivia is worried Jack (Dylan Neal) is starting to slip away since their talk about Seattle. While she attempts to find out why they're so out of sync, Jack confides in Jeri (guest star Julia Benson) his real reason for spending so much time at work, and Olivia must turn to an unlikely source to ask why her relationship is suddenly on the rocks.

William deVry returns as Dick.
Meanwhile, Eric (Tom Stevens) is caught between Warren (Brennan Elliott) and his angry business partner, Dick (guest star William deVry, General Hospital), when both are demanding the truth, but telling nothing but lies. While Rebecca (guest star Cindy Busby) and Jack desperately try to convince Eric to get out before he’s arrested—or hurt—Eric is left to choose who to trust in an intense final set-up. And when Allison (Matreya Fedor) refuses Grace's (Teryl Rothery) help to turn her school bully over to the law, Peggy (Barbara Niven) is able to give her the comfort and advice she wishes someone had once provided her. With a new determination, Peggy takes action against her own stalker and the truth about the painful memory she’s hidden from Bob (Bruce Boxleitner) for so long is finally exposed. And as Seth issues Justine an ultimatum for their future, Olivia finally gets the answers she’s been looking for from Jack in an explosive reveal.

Check out a sneak peek video from the episode below:



Cedar Cove also stars Sebastian Spence as Cliff, Timothy Webber as Moon, and Emily Tennant as Cecilia.

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* EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Dylan Neal Previews the 'Cedar Cove' Season Finale

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