you must be overjoyed, my #Goodies Season seven of Good Witch is finally here! The season 6 ending left fans fearful that Cassie Nightingale would be the last character they’d ever see in the series (Catherine Bell).
Hallmark has renewed the show in past seasons much before the current season’s completion. That was not the case in 2020. We don’t blame the network for taking their time because there’s a lot going on in TV land.
An independent film in 2008, Good Witch follows Cassie and the people of Middleton. The first film spawned 11 sequels and six seasons of the TV show. We’re crossing our fingers that Hallmark will release more films in the series, perhaps even one in time for the upcoming holiday season.
Are you eagerly anticipating the premiere of Season 7? Everything you need to know about the season of 2021 is right here. Fingers crossed that we’ll be able to attend another dream wedding in the near future!
What does the term “Good Witch” mean?
Cassie Nightingale, the owner, and proprietor of Grey House, a B&B in Middleton, is the star of the Hallmark Channel series Good Witch. In this case, it’s the sequel of a popular movie series. Eleven sequels and a television series have followed the initial film, which was released in 2008.
Meredith and Nathaniel Merriwick, the forefathers of Middleton, have a direct lineage through Cassie’s mother and father. The female Merriwicks are commonly referred to be witches because of their alleged magical prowess, but is this more than just wishful thinking?
Three Ontario Locations Served as The Backdrop for The Filming of Good Witch.
The cast and crew of “Good Witch” searched far and wide for a location that could properly depict the ethereal atmosphere of Middleton through the town’s architecture and scale. It appears that three separate areas in Ontario, Canada, ended up being the ideal match.
For “Good Witch,” the majority of the filming took place in Hamilton, Ontario. Liuna Station, a big convention center nearby, is where the show’s actors and crew shot many of the show’s closing sequences because of the facility’s ample capacity for lighting setups.
With its little stores and boutiques and Cassie’s renowned grey house located in Dundas, which is just a short drive from Hamilton, Dundas served as the filming location for much of Middleton Street (via Toronto Star).
The outside architecture for any shots of Cassie traveling someplace during the episode may be found in Cambridge, the show’s third and perhaps most crucial filming site.
When “Good Witch” was still on the air, the Cambridge city Twitter page did tweet out the dates and locations of filming, which was interesting for tourists but probably grew old fast for those who lived in town.
In any case, “Good Witch” admirers should pay a visit to Ontario to have a taste of Middleton’s enchantment for themselves. If you have a Netflix account, you can watch “Good Witch” right now.
Where was the filming location for Good Witch?
Since its debut in 2015, “Good Witch,” one of the Hallmark Channel’s most popular shows, has been wrapping up its final season in July of 2021.
(via The New York Times). Inspired by “The Good Witch” tv specials, the series follows Cassie Nightingale (Bailee Madison) and her daughter Grace (Catherine Bell) as they learn about their family’s magical lineage.
After moving down the street from Cassie and Grace’s, Dr. Sam Radford and his son Nick (played by James Denton and Rhys Matthew Bond) soon come into contact with the magical family. Because Sam doesn’t get along well with Cassie and Nick has a rebellious bent, Cassie, and Grace quickly learn that Sam and Nick can be a bit of a handful.
Ending on a high note is the goal for the series finale. In addition to Cassie and Sam, other characters such as Adam (Scott Cavalheiro) and Stephanie (Kylie Evans) get married in a lovely ceremony and look forward to their future adventures as a married couple.
Middleton, the town where “Good Witch” is based, is a character all of its own in the show, attracting a large audience through the emotional relationships between the people. It’s obvious that this is a fictitious locale in “Good Witch,” but surely there’s a real-world equivalent somewhere?