Hallmark reveals why it canceled “Chesapeake Shores.”

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Fans of Hallmark’s Chesapeake Shores series were heartbroken to learn that season 6, which premieres this summer, will be the show’s final season. After 10 episodes aired in the last season, the series has come to an end. When Hallmark first announced the news, however, it wasn’t clear why the network called off the series. Here’s what they later revealed.

The network said it wanted the series to end on a “high note.”

When people on Twitter asked why the network decided to cancel Chesapeake Shores, Hallmark’s official Twitter account had an answer.

The channel wrote on Twitter: “We are so proud of Chesapeake Shores, a show that captured the imagination and came to a natural ending, and we have decided to continue the show in its sixth and final season, which will premiere later.” to end on a high note this summer.”

Fans weren’t happy with the answer.

Dalynne Grover answered, “That’s the same response we got when you canceled Good Witch, except Chesapeake Shores must actually have a natural degree. Please give #GoodWitch #Goodies the same attention, we deserve at least one Halloween movie so Abigail and Donovan can have a happy ending.”

Sharon wrote: “Don’t understand why you are getting rid of such good shows. Did the same with Cedar Cove 😔”

Laurie Ferneau, SVP Programming, Series, at Hallmark Channel, said deadline Breaking the news of the cancellation: “With a world-class cast and creative team, ‘Chesapeake Shores’ told stories that are relatable, poignant and unforgettable. We look forward to celebrating the journey viewers have taken with the O’Briens with one final, special season.”

The final season will be 10 episodes long.

Some fans are calling for Jesse Metcalfe to return

One fan responded to Hallmark, writing: “Bring Jesse Metcalfe back. He did this whole show…”

And another fan replied: “You know he was the one who made the decision to leave the show and last season was a lot better than previous seasons where Trace was gone.”

said Metcalfe in an interview with The List that he would only return to Chesapeake Shores if he knew Trace and Abby would eventually get together.

Ratings were lower last season

According to the TV series finale, ratings were lower this season. Season 5 averaged about 0.10 in the 18-49 age group, which was about 46% lower in that demographic than the previous season, plus 15% lower on live and same-day -Viewership.

The show averaged about 1.45 million total viewers during Season 5, TV Series Finale reported. In season 4, who had episodes 1.8 million viewers, 1.77, 1.67, 1.69 and 1.54 million viewers per week. This was very similar to Season 3, which averaged 1.669 to 1.413 million viewers per week. As a result, Season 5 was still in line with the previous seasons in terms of viewership overall, but at the lower end of the range. And there was a decline in the estimated 18-49 age demographic.

TV series finale revealed that the show surpassed 1.56 million viewers only once during Season 5. The season 5 finale drew 1.611 million live viewers.

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Brian Ashcraft

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