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Chesapeake Shores - Episode 1.07 - Second Chances - Press Release, Promotional Photos, Promo + Sneak Peek



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STUDIO CITY, CA – September 12, 2016 – In “Second Chances” premiering Sunday, September 25 (9 pm ET/PT, 8C), Abby (Meghan Ory) learns the truth behind the fraud investigation, and it hits closer to home than she ever imagined. As the revelation shows her what it could mean to lose everything, Abby turns to Trace (Jesse Metcalfe) with an open heart, while he finally admits to the horrific mistake that is keeping him from moving forward – or making music. Meanwhile, Bree (Emilie Ullerup) is nursing a broken heart after her break-up, but as she leans on Jess (Laci Mailey) for support, an attractive new man could come between them. Feeling the strain of her relationship with Jess, Megan (Barbara Niven) forces Mick (Treat Williams) to revisit the past mistakes that pushed her away, still grappling with the pain as she prepares to head back to New York. But this broken family will rally around Kevin (Brendan Penny) as he grows stronger each day, making Georgia (Ali Liebert) start to regret her first impression. Then, Nell (Diane Ladd), harboring a secret of her own, will remind them that life is
too precious to waste when she delivers shocking news that will find her embarking on an unexpected journey. Lastly, with Abby’s help, Trace is able to find his musical voice again, just as a terrifying accident will leave this family’s future more uncertain than ever before.

Also starring: Kayden Magnuson (“Carrie Winters”), Abbie Magnuson (“Caitlyn Winters”), Andrew Francis (“Connor”) and Michael Karl Richards (“Wes Winters”).

“Chesapeake Shores” is a Chesapeake Shores S1 Production in Association with Daniel L. Paulson Entertainment, based on the novels by Sherryl Woods. Dan Paulson, John Tinker, Nancey Silvers, Sherryl Woods and Martin Wood are the executive producers. Co-executive producers are Steve Kennedy and Ben Mallin. Matt Drake is the producer. Directed by Anne Wheeler from a script by Kirsten Hansen.

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