Mel is ready to start a family, but Jack isn’t so sure in the ‘Virgin River’ trailer.
The third season of Virgin River has a trailer, and it’s a doozy. Mel and Jack’s disagreement over starting a family, a major health issue for Doc, and a raging fire that destroys Mel’s cabin are all featured in the dramatic teaser for the upcoming season of the Netflix series (which premieres on the streaming service July 9) that gives us an idea of what to expect from the show’s third chapter. We’ll break it all down for you.
The teaser for ‘Virgin River’ indicates that Jack survived the shooting.
Season 2 of Virgin River ended on a big cliffhanger, with an unknown assailant shooting Jack (Martin Henderson) at his pub. Jack, thankfully, escaped the onslaught. (This came as no surprise, as we already knew Henderson will return to the Virgin River cast.)
The shooter’s identity, however, remains unknown. And Jack, frustrated up with the investigation into the attack appearing to be stalled, is ready to take matters into his own hands.
“Can you tell me what you want me to do?” “Do you want me to stay at home and wait for the gunman to surrender?” he inquires in the trailer. Then, in the Virgin River police station’s hallway, an infuriated Jack strikes a man.
Mel desires a child, but Jack is unsure.
At first glance, it appears that Jack’s near-death experience has brought him and Mel (Alexandra Breckinridge) closer than ever. There are several passionate scenes between the duo throughout the trailer. However, it appears like there may be some difficulty in paradise.
Mel wishes to have a child with Jack, but he is apprehensive. He tells his grieving lover, “I can’t be the person who prevents you from becoming a mother.” She’s hauling her stuff out of the house a few moments later. Uh-oh. To make matters worse, Mel’s house burns down at some point during the next season.
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Will the child… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.