New Chesapeake Shores Season 5 Spoilers For September 5, 2021 Episode 4 Revealed

New Chesapeake Shores Season 5 Spoilers For September 5, 2021 Episode 4 Revealed

Hey, “Chesapeake Shores” fans. We hope you guys totally enjoyed episode 3. Now that it has officially come and gone, we are back to tell you what’s coming up in the next,new episode 4 of Chesapeake Shore’s current season 5. It’s due to hit the air next Sunday night, September 5, 2021.

We were able to collect a few, official teaser descriptions for the new episode 4 via Hallmark’s official episode 4 press release. So, we will definitely crack those open for you right now. Let’s do it.


To start, Hallmark’s episode 4 press release revealed that episode 4 is officially entitled, “Happy Trails.” It sounds like episode 4 will feature some very interesting, possible intense, emotional and dramatic scenes as Mick and Thomas go on a two-day hike.

Abby and Connor make a significant find. Kevin gets really concerned about Captain Gahagan. The town gathers to hunt for a mythical, infamous creature and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Mick and Thomas situation. It turns out that Mick and Thomas will be looking to reconnect with each other in this episode. So, they will end up heading out to the Appalachian Trail to go on a two-day hike like they did when they were kids.

Hallmark’s official description for this Mick and Thomas hike reads like this,”Wanting to reconnect with each other, Mick (Williams) and Thomas (Gregory Harrison, “General Hospital”) set out on a two-day hike on the Appalachian Trail like they did when they were younger.”


An alternate description reads like this, “Brothers Mick and Thomas reembark on a trek from their youth.”

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Abby and Connor will be doing some very important things in this episode as they will end up finding something that could help exonerate their father in regards to the Dilpher case.

Hallmark’s description for this Abby and Connor storyline tells us, “Abby (Ory) and Connor (Francis) make an important discovery that could help exonerate their dad in the Dilpher case.”

The 3rd spoiler teaser reveals that fire department Captain Gahagan won’t be doing so great in this episode as he will have a couple of memory lapses. When he does, Kevin will notice it and become quite concerned about it.


Hallmark’s description for this Kevin and Captain Gahagan plotline reads like this, “Kevin (Penny) becomes concerned about fire department Captain Gahagan (Peter Bryant, “Rieverdale”) when he notices his memory lapses.”


The 4th and last teaser description for the next, new episode 4 lets us know that the B&B will be overflowing with guests that are on the scene to participate in what is called, the annual Snally Hunting weekend. During it, everyone will attempt to find a mythical and infamous creature called, Snallygaster.

Hallmark’s description for this Snally Hunting weekend reads like this, “The B&B is filled with guests in town for the annual Snally Hunting weekend in search of the mythical yet infamous creature, the Snallygaster.”

Hallmark’s press release confirmed that the next, new episode 4 of Chesapeak Shores’ current season 4 is indeed scheduled to hit your TV screen next Sunday night, September 5, 2021 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.


Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Chesapeake Shores” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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