'Virgin River' Season 4 Trailer Sets Up Pregnancy Drama for Mel and Jack

Virgin River

The new season drops July 20 on Netflix.

Virgin River is back and Mel's life is about to get even more complicated as she navigates her pregnancy and paternity questions.

Netflix released the official trailer for season 4 of the romantic drama on Friday, teeing up all the complications that will unfold in the upcoming season for Mel and Jack. With Mel unsure about who the father of her baby is, the 90-second trailer hints at the mounting tension between the pair as they try to navigate uncharted waters with the birth of the child looming.

Of course, it wouldn't be Virgin River without another attractive doctor muddying up Mel and Jack's already difficult situation, and the unexpected arrival of Jack's dad to stir things up.

Here is Netflix's official description of the new season: "Despite not knowing whether her baby belongs to her deceased husband, Mark, or Jack, Mel begins season 4 with a sense of optimism. For years she yearned to be a mother and her dream is one step closer to reality. While Jack is supportive and excited, the question of paternity continues to gnaw at him. Complicating matters is the arrival of a handsome new doctor, who's in the market to start a family of his own. Hope is still healing from her car accident, and the lingering psychological effects of her brain injury will have profound consequences for both her and Doc. Brie, intent on proving the innocence of the man she loves, unexpectedly finds herself in a closer relationship with Mike and one step closer to Calvin’s violent criminal web. Even as Preacher forges a new romantic connection, he can’t help but hold out hope for being reunited with Christopher and Paige."

Watch the season 4 trailer below.

The series stars Alexandra Breckenridge, Martin Henderson, Tim Matheson, Annette O'Toole, Colin Lawrence, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Lauren Hammersley, Grayson Gurnsey, Sarah Dugdale, Zibby Allen and Marco Grazzini.

Virgin River's new season drops Wednesday, July 20, on Netflix.

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