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‘Virgin River’ is officially returning for Season 5



Warning: This post contains spoilers for Season Four of “Virgin River.”

We’ll say this about “Virgin River:” The show knows how to leave us hanging. Luckily, Season Five is on its way. Netflix renewed the popular California-set, Canada-filmed show in September 2021, per Deadline.

Season Four, which premiered on Netflix on July 20, wrapped up many loose strings from Season Three: Namely, who shot Jack and whose baby Mel is having.

Meanwhile, the finale of Season Four opened up a whole new set of plot lines, including yet another paternity question: Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) revealed that Jack is not the father of her twins. But who is?

The finale also introduced a new antagonist in the form of Melissa Montgomery, Calvin’s successor as the crime boss of Virgin River (every small town needs one).

Here’s what we know about the show’s fifth season. We’ll be updating this as more details about “Virgin River” Season Five emerge.

When will Season 5 of ‘Virgin River’ come out?

Perhaps the release date of Season Five is the ultimate cliffhanger. Season Four premiered exactly a year after Season Three.

But perhaps the wait won’t be as long: Whereas Season Three was renewed on its own in 2020, Seasons Four and Five were renewed in tandem in Sept. 2021.

The cast will return. Here’s what their characters are up to

“Virgin River” has had the same core cast members from the start. Alexandra Breckinridge and Martin Henderson play the central couple, Mel Monroe and Jack Sheridan.

While Jack and Mel are the center of audience’s universes, there are other inhabitants of Virgin River. Based on a photo from a virtual cast table read, here’s who we can expect to return.

  • Colin Lawrence as Preacher, Jack’s Marine buddy and colleague at his bar.
  • Lexa Doig as Paige, a single mom who Preacher helps out in a major way.
  • Lauren Hammersley as Charmaine, who is pregnant with twins – and they’re not Jack’s.
  • Patrick Sabongui as Todd, Charmaine’s husband whom she married after three weeks. In the finale, Charmaine indicates that she and Todd have split.
  • Benjamin Hollingsworth as Brady, who — after being sent to prison — is officially found innocent for Jack’s attempted murder in Season Four.
  • Zibby Allen as Brie, Jack’s sister and Brady’s maybe girlfriend.
  • Tim Matheson as Doc, Virgin River’s doctor who is trying, really trying, to retire.
  • Annette O’Toole as Hope, Doc’s wife who is recovering from a traumatic brain injury.
  • Mark Ghanimé as Cameron, who arrives to Virgin River to take over Doc’s practice, but wants to leave because of his strong feelings that his colleague Mel is not with the right guy (and thinks that he is).
  • Teryl Rothery as Muriel, Hope and Doc’s friend.
  • Stacey Farber as Tara, the daughter of Lilly, Muriel’s friend who died in Season Three.
  • Kai Bradbury as Denny, who showed up in Season Three saying he’s Doc’s grandson. In the Season Four finale, Denny reveals he has Huntington’s Disease, a fatal genetic disorder, per the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.
  • Grayson Maxwell Gurnsey as Ricky, who ends Season Four by heading off to the Marines.
  • Sarah Dugdale as Lizzie, a Virgin River transplant exploring her romantic feelings for Denny.
  • Daniel Gillies as Mark Monroe, Mel’s husband who died before the show started and appears in flashbacks.

Where will Season 5 be filmed?

The fictional town Virgin River is supposed to be in California, but the show is actually filmed in Canada — specifically, the Vancouver region.

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Pamela Anderson Reveals When She Realized Kid Rock Was Not the One — and Where She Stands With Ex Tommy Lee



Pamela Anderson knew right away that things weren’t going to work out with Kid Rock. Ahead of the release of her memoir, the 55-year-old actress appeared on SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show and revealed how she knew her marriage to the 52-year-old singer wouldn’t last.

Kid Rock was Anderson’s second husband. She was first wed to Tommy Lee, with whom she shares two sons, Dylan, 25, and Brandon, 26. After Lee and Anderson called it quits in 1998, she married Kid Rock in 2006. The pair split the next year. Anderson noted that she knew things wouldn’t work out with Kid Rock “right when I got married.”

“Tommy and I… had this incredible connection. But then you jump into something and it’s like, ‘Oh, it’s not this incredible connection, it’s just something else,'” Anderson said. “Then I slowly try to find my way out.”

As for why she decided to go ahead with the marriage anyway, Anderson explained, “I was putting people in my life to kind of numb some of the pain and be with someone.”

“I don’t think I ever gave myself a chance to have another relationship after that that was of any value,” she said of life after her divorce from Lee. “It was more trying to put a family unit back together, but I wasn’t really in love. I just was going through the motions and then realizing… there’s just nothing like I had with Tommy.”

When it comes to what she had with Lee, Anderson described it as “really a heightened kind of romantic beginning.”

“That’s every girl’s fantasy — to be worshipped like that,” she said. “I always felt like romantic love might not be sustainable, so if you want to have that kind of love affair, it’s just going to have a season. It’s not going to last forever.”

Though their marriage didn’t work out, Anderson said her relationship with Lee had “more good times than bad.”

“I wouldn’t do it any other way,” she said. “It was just this wild, wild ride and I made it home in one piece.”

Today, Lee is married to Brittany Furlan, with whom he tied the knot in 2019.

“He’s married and happy and she’s good to him and I totally support that and think that’s great,” Anderson said. “I respect their relationship and [am] just glad he’s happy and he has somebody in his life.”

As for her romantic life, Anderson has been married to five men, most recently to Dan Hayhurst.

“This last year I’ve been alone, and it’s been a really incredible year for me. Just kind of going through, looking back, and reflecting on everything… it’s been good,” she said. “… You have to be able to be alone too before you can be with somebody else, so I feel like I’m just kind of growing up right now. It’s taken a long time.”

All of that and more will be explored in Anderson’s memoir, Love, Pamela, and her Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story, both of which are due out Jan. 31. Watch the video below for more on Anderson.


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“80 For Brady” Is A Fun, Heart-Felt Romp That’s Actually More About Female Friendship Than Tom Brady



Between them, the film’s stars Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field have 5 Oscars wins and 12 nominations. So, it should come as no surprise that they’re fantastic in the movie and prove that you can still do what you love at any age (and still be really good at it, too).

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Miles Teller became a total stage dad when including his dog in his Super Bowl ad



Miles Teller has made a name for himself in Hollywood, and now his dog, Bugsy, is getting ready for her TV debut.

The actor tells he became a stage dad when he was asked to appear in an upcoming Super Bowl commercial for Bud Light.

“They pitched us as a husband and wife, and I was like, ‘Who’s playing the husband?'” Teller quips.

Upon agreeing to the project, Teller says he announced they would be bringing their dog and joked, “She needs her own trailer.”

The commercial stars Teller and his wife, Keleigh, in a set designed to look just like their home, as they vibe to music while waiting on hold.

Of course, per their request, the 6-year-old French bulldog also made an appearance. As they filmed, Miles Teller says his dog was “stubborn” but mostly “very good.”

“They’re trying to give me directions to get Bugsy (to do things) and I was like, this is not ‘Air Bud.’ This is not ‘Lassie,'” he laughs. “She’s a domesticated house dog.”

However, he adds that the dog is “very food motivated.” So with coaxing and bribes, the film crew was able to capture what they needed.

“By the end of it … she was like Marlon Brando and I was Spielberg or something,” he jokes, adding he was the one holding the treats. “I could get her to do whatever I wanted.”

No word yet if Bugsy is eligible for her SAG card after her appearance.

Miles Teller, who’s from the Philadelphia area, is a giant Eagles fan, so he is hoping for a Super Bowl win on Feb. 12, especially as Budweiser plans to distribute beer across the winning city.

He adds that he’s thrilled to have been featured in a Super Bowl commercial.

“I think anytime you’re talking about (starring in) a Super Bowl commercial, it’s really flattering,” he says. “Personally, it’s just such a big moment. It kind of means that you’ve arrived a little bit.”

Having his wife and dog in the ad made it even more special, with the “Top Gun: Maverick” actor saying, “It’ll be a moment in time that we can show our future kids.”

Miles Teller is hot off his major role in the “Top Gun” sequel, co-starring alongside Tom Cruise, who reprised his role as the famous Pete “Maverick” Mitchell. The film earned six Academy Award nominations, including best picture.

Before the film goes up against its competitors at the Oscars, the Philadelphia Eagles will go up against the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, Feb. 12.

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