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Chesapeake Shores - Episode 5.03 - Are the Stars Out Tonight? - Promotional Photos + Press Release

Promotional Photos
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Press Release
Abby (Meghan Ory, “Once Upon a Time”) and Mick (Treat Williams, “(“Blue Bloods,” Hair”) are thrown for a loop when Evan Kincaid (Robert Buckley, “iZombie” comes to town in “Are the Stars Out Tonight?,” an all-new episode of “Chesapeake Shores,” premiering Sunday, August 29 (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel. Buckley, Ory, Williams, Barbara Niven (“The Crossword Mysteries”), Laci J. Mailey (“Falling Skies”), Emilie Ullerup (“Sanctuary”), Brendan Penny (“BH90210”) and Andrew Francis (“Christmas She Wrote”) star.

Abby (Ory) and Mick (Williams) meet eccentric billionaire client Evan Kincaid (Buckley) and must convince him not to pull out of a hotel project due to potential bad news. Thomas (Gregory Harrison, “General Hospital,” “One Tree Hill”) returns to the area, in search of a new property. Luke (Stephen Huszar, “Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas”) impresses Mick and lands a new job at The Bridge. After buying what she thinks is a potentially valuable painting for only eight dollars, Megan (Niven) attempts to track down the notoriously reclusive, local artist to confirm it is one of his works. Kevin (Penny) becomes concerned about Chief Gahagan (Peter Bryant, “Riverdale”) when a few memory lapses might be a sign of something more. As the law firm shows they value Connor (Francis) by giving him a bigger role in a high-profile case, he begins to suspect they there’s an ulterior motive behind their interest in him.

“Chesapeake Shores” is a Chesapeake Shores S5 Production Inc. production, in association with Daniel L. Paulson Entertainment. Dan Paulson, Matt Drake, Phoef Sutton, Nancey Silvers and Sherryl Woods are the executive producers. Steve Kennedy, Ben Mallin, Mark Legan, and Brian Ross are co-executive producers. Alysse Leite-Rogers directed from a script by Mark Jordan Legan.