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Chad Michael Murray (Cal Jones), Morgan Kohan (Maggie Sullivan), and Scott Patterson (Harry Sullivan) star in the upcoming drama series Sullivan's Crossing. Photo by Michael Tompkins/Fremantle.


Sullivan’s Crossing: CW, CTV, and Fremantle Join Forces for Star-Studded Family Drama Series

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The CW has teamed up with CTV and Fremantle to bring viewers an emotionally charged new drama series, Sullivan’s Crossing, which is based on the bestselling novel by Robyn Carr. The show boasts a star-studded cast, including Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill), Scott Patterson (Gilmore Girls), and Morgan Kohan (Batwoman).

The compelling narrative follows a successful neurosurgeon (Kohan) who seemingly has it all until her world unravels when her business partner is indicted for fraud, and she is charged with negligence. In the wake of these events, she leaves Boston behind and returns to her hometown of Sullivan’s Crossing, a remote campground run by her estranged father, Sully (Patterson). It is here that she encounters a mysterious newcomer, Cal Jones (Murray).

The first season, which is slated to premiere this fall, will consist of 10 episodes. CW’s entertainment president, Brad Schwartz, praised the series as “an emotionally rich, authentic family drama that will immediately resonate with audiences.” He added that the themes of self-reflection, second chances, and the power of community make the show incredibly relatable.

The executive producers behind the hit Netflix show Virgin River, Roma Roth and Christopher E. Perry, will be at the helm of Sullivan’s Crossing. Reel World Management, in association with CTV and Fremantle, is also on board as executive producers, with Roth serving as showrunner.

Mike Volpe and Mark Gingras are set to produce the series, while Michela Di Mondo and Hilary Martin will act as executive producers for Fremantle.

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