Good Witch Season 3
Good Witch season 3 started airing on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E10 Not Getting Married Today, Part 2
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Good Witch Season 5 Premieres In May - KSiteTV - via Ksitetv
PASADENA, CA – February 9, 2019 – “Good Witch” returns for more magical adventures in the bucolic burb of Middleton when season five premieres Sunday, May 5 (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel. Based on the “The Good Witch” movie franchise that is the most successful in the network’s history, the series stars Catherine Bell (“Army Wives,” “JAG”), Bailee Madison (Just Go with It, “Trophy Wife”) and James Denton (“Desperate Housewives,” “Devious Maids”). Since the first movie 11 years ago, Cassie Nightingale has become a character that Hallmark Channel viewers have fallen in love with and look forward to welcoming into their homes. The announcement was made today as part of Crown Media Family Networks’ bi-annual Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.
Previously on Good Witch: After Cassie reaches a decision about her future, Middleton needs a touch of her magic when the Lights Festival threatens to go dark.
That focus on women is either undercut or reinforced, depending on your point of view, by the show’s corresponding focus on the mechanics of (chaste) romance. Cassie’s magic is most often used for matchmaking, and the show’s larger drama this season revolves around her own relationship with her prickly next-door neighbor, Sam (James Denton); an entire episode was devoted to whether he’d finally be able to tell her he loved her. “Good Witch,” a gentle, sentimental prime-time fable set in an idealized Middle American small city (not an angsty suburb), is the show you find your parents or grandparents watching when you come home for a visit. In my day, I sat through a lot of “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.” For you, maybe it was “Everwood.” <...> - by New York Times [Mike Hale]