TRACE COMES FACE TO FACE WITH ABBY’S NEW LOVE INTEREST ON ‘CHESAPEAKE SHORES’ PREMIERING SEPTEMBER 15, ON HALLMARK CHANNEL
STUDIO CITY, CA – August 7, 2019 – The chance of offstage drama grows on “Chesapeake Shores” when both Trace (Jesse Metcalfe) and Abby (Meghan Ory) volunteer at the school play in “Breaking Hearts and Playing Parts,” premiering Sunday, September 15, (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel. While the pair works on Caitlyn (Abbie Magnuson) and Carrie’s (Kayden Magnuson) school play, Trace comes face to face with a new man in Abby’s (Meghan Ory) life. Seeing that Abby may have already moved on, Trace considers moving on himself. While trying to save his business, Mick (Treat Williams) falls into old habits of prioritizing work over Megan (Barbara Niven) as the two explore rekindling their romance. When faced with a difficult decision, Connor (Andrew Francis) turns to Nell (Diane Ladd) for relationship advice. Jess (Laci J. Mailey) and David (Carlo Marks) butt heads on design decisions, wanting to make their new B&B reflect both of them. In the wake of a big change in her personal life, Bree (Emilie Ullerup) struggles to rewrite the ending of her play. Meanwhile, Kevin (Brendan Penny) and Sarah (Jessica Sipos) share a big announcement with the O’Briens, which they receive with less enthusiasm than expected. “Chesapeake Shores,” is a Chesapeake Shores S4 Productions Inc. production, in association with Daniel L. Paulson Entertainment. Dan Paulson, Michael Berns, Nancey Silvers and Sherryl Woods are the executive producers. Steve Kennedy, Ben Mallin, Kirsten Hansen, Brian Ross and Michael Shepard are co-executive producers. Matt Drake serves as producer. Andy Mikita directed from a script by Michael Berns.