Life of a neurosurgeon is not easy but Maggie seems to have a life too good to be true. Her professional and personal life is giving her the life of her dreams but a friend came out to be an enemy. She left at a dead end of shame and sadness. ‘Sullivan’s Crossing‘ Season 2 is set to be featured on the American television channel CW, this fall. The Canadian drama has already given audiences nostalgia for the plot going through a roller coaster of emotions and coming back home. The book tuned into the series is all set to give butterflies to the American audience. CW has officially taken over the series as its creative partner.
Sullivan’s Crossing Season 1-What Do We Know
The series open up with Maggie Sullivan, who is a successful neurosurgeon and life takes an uncertain turn that she finds herself caught up in a fraud. She has been charged for negligence charges that costs her career and reputation. She travels back to her hometown Boston with her estranged father Sully who runs Sullivan’s Crossing, a campground. As she tries to get over her fraud humiliation she meets Cal and befriends him and connects from her forgotten self.
Season 2 Coming This Fall
With season 1 of Sullivan’s Crossing getting a positive response, the network is ready to give a second season happening this fall. The dates of the season 2 of Sullivan’s Crossing are yet to be confirmed. Season 1 is available on Hayu, Netflix and Crave.
CW’s Other Shows In Pipeline
Apart from the renewal of ‘Sullivan’s Crossing season 2, CW has as many shows and series lineups in the coming months. Some shows are returning with another season and some are acquired by the channel. The network’s original drama series All American is set to be returning with the sixth season, along with shows like Masters of Illusion and Penn & Teller: Fool Us. Walker is back with Season 4. Superman & Lois, Gotham Knights, and All American: Homecoming are yet to be renewed but are not cancelled for their writing. Fboy Island will be back with season 3 and a spinoff is set to be seen on the network anytime soon