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'When Calls the Heart' Two-Hour Season Finale Preview

Kristina Wagner, Lori Loughlin - Photo Credit: Copyright 2013 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter
The second season of When Calls the Heart concludes on Saturday, June 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

In "With All My Heart," a special two-hour season finale episode finds the residents of Hope Valley still searching for answers to the most pressing questions of the heart. Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) and Jack (Daniel Lissing) are at odds after returning from Hamilton, but when Jack’s dog Rip gets lost in the middle of a violent storm, they set out to find him before taking shelter in an old mine tunnel. Trapped together, Elizabeth and Jack narrowly escape danger, prompting them to get to the heart of the matter that has been keeping them apart. Meanwhile, Gowen (Martin Cummins) is threatening to shut down the cafĂ© if Abigail (Lori Loughlin) doesn’t finish a long list of demanding repairs. Abigail is grateful when the charming Pastor Frank (Mark Humphrey) offers to help—but a confession about his past could make Abigail second-guess their new connection.

Then, after Jack arrests a third counterfeiter in town, Bill (Jack Wagner) returns to Hope Valley under the guise of working the investigation, while seemingly falling deeper into corruption. Tipped off to her husband’s whereabouts, Nora (Kristina Wagner) shows up in hopes of mending their marriage—and keeping Abigail away—but Nora’s history with her surprising informant complicates her feelings. As Bill evades Nora’s attempts to reconcile, he faces an even bigger problem. Then, just as Jack captures a special memory for Elizabeth and her schoolchildren, he plans to make a bold new proposal for their future.

Watch a sneak peek below:

When Calls the Heart is a Believe Pictures and Brad Krevoy Television production. Brad Krevoy, Tony Blake, Robin Bernheim, Brian Bird, Michael Landon, Jr., and Michael Shepard are executive producers. Eric Jarboe and Neill Fearnley are co-executive producers. Written by Tony Blake and Derek Thompson, Directed by Neill Fearnley. Based on the novel, "When Calls the Heart" by Janette Oke.


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