After their first kiss, Jack begins to understand Elizabeth's high-society life. The mining disaster trial takes a turn with a surprise witness.
A kiss brings new hope to Jack and Elizabeth, but Abigail and Bill find their relationship in danger. The mining disaster trial takes a shocking turn.
Elizabeth and Jack remain worlds apart. Abigail learns the devastating truth about Bill Avery. A con artist arrives in town.
Jack's heroism brings him closer to ex-fiancée Rosemary. Abigail stays with Elizabeth's family but must accept Bill's help with a personal matter.
Elizabeth returns to town to find a heartwarming gift from Jack. Abigail helps Clara settle into her new life as a Hope Valley resident.
A visitor forces Elizabeth to question her feelings for Jack. Abigail struggles with how to help her daughter-in-law. Bill goes deeper undercover.
Elizabeth and Jack receive upsetting news from their families in Hamilton. Abigail tries to forgive Bill. Lee enlists Rosemary's help to fight Gowen.
Elizabeth and Jack put differences aside to prevent Julie and Tom from making another mistake. Gowen targets Abigail's café in his next dirty scheme.
Jack and Elizabeth’s relationship seems to have cooled after arguments in Hamilton, but a mishap in Hope Valley could bring them closer together.
After facing a life-threatening experience together, Elizabeth and Jack finally discover the truth about what has been keeping them apart.
As an unforgettable celebration commences, new beginnings and a bounty of surprises are in store for Jack, Elizabeth, Rosemary, Lee and Pastor Frank.
Abigail discovers Gowen’s sordid scheme. Frank struggles with a troubled past as Elizabeth surprises Jack with the revelation of her own property.
The people of Hope Valley turn against Frank after his secret gets out. Abigail resolves to prove that past mistakes don't tell the whole story.
After Frank and Abigail show everyone in Hope Valley the value of redemption, the town becomes overrun by a gang of dangerous outlaws.
As a call for compassion reverberates throughout a struggling Hope Valley, Jack and Faith’s friendship proves problematic for Elizabeth.
Abigail welcomes Becky back into her home but soon faces a difficult decision. Jack and Elizabeth approach a new horizon in their relationship.
A stunning display of love becomes a source of encouragement for the whole of Hope Valley. Abigail must make a painful concession.
Elizabeth struggles to get along with Jack’s mother, a gritty and challenging frontierswoman, after she rides into town in the night.
Jack, Elizabeth and Abigail lead the people of Hope Valley in an urgent mission to rescue trapped miners after a landslide.
As Elizabeth nervously faces her first day of teaching, Jack must figure out which doomed miner wrote a personal message on a plank found in the mine.
When the coal company orders the town's widows to move and make way for new miners, Abigail devises a plan to keep the women in their homes.
While Jack investigates the suspicious church fire, Elizabeth tries to figure out why little Rosaleen can't speak and is terrified of miner Wendell.
Jack questions Cat about the fire after finding whale oil cans in her shed, while Elizabeth is baffled when a poor student gives her a costly gift.
The arrival of new miners in Coal Valley creates excitement among the townswomen, but Jack regards Billy, Elizabeth's earnest suitor, with suspicion.
As the town readies for the Miners' Games, Elizabeth and Billy's courtship heats up, and Jack investigates some thefts he suspects Billy is behind.
Eager to start her life anew, Abigail concocts a bold but costly business proposition, while Elizabeth and Jack go to bat for a struggling student.
Adam, the mine disaster's sole survivor, finally returns home but struggles to readjust. On short notice, Elizabeth puts on the Founders' Day play.
Elizabeth's visiting sister causes a stir when she brings a wounded man to town, while Jack invites Elizabeth to a romantic dinner at Abigail's café.
As Elizabeth yearns for the absent Jack, Abigail pumps Gowen for details about the mine disaster, and Julie grows close to fugitive outlaw Nathaniel.
Jack and Elizabeth's reunion is threatened by the appearance of a woman from Jack's past. Abigail welcomes forensics investigator Bill Avery to town.
Helped by Jack, Bill investigates the mine explosion, while Elizabeth must decide whether to accept a job offer back East or remain in Coal Valley.
A mysterious peddler comes to town. When a train derailment prevents the delivery of gifts for the homeless, the residents unite to save Christmas.
A new railroad route that could boost business is proposed. A baseball game helps the newer settlement students to make friends with the other pupils.
Fierce debate over the proposed railroad route leads to a town vote on the matter. A child's white lie about seeing a bear takes on a life of its own.
Jack suspects a notorious gang of robbers will target the railroad's next payroll. The school holds a carnival fundraiser.
Gowen schemes to reinstate himself as mayor. The Tate brothers return, this time to rob the town bank. Cody enlists Rosemary's help in playing cupid.
Accompanied by Abigail, Elizabeth travels to Cape Fullerton to clear her name of the allegations made against her. A new teacher starts at the school.
A surprising ally helps Elizabeth in her fight to get her job back. Jack does some soul-searching that may affect his relationship with Elizabeth.
Bill locates the missing witness from Gowen's case. Ray Wyatt's young nephews start school -- and trouble. A new commissary threatens Abigail's Cafe.
Bill encounters complications while trying to bring A.J. Foster back to testify. After her husband buys a car, Rosemary insists on learning to drive.
A stranger's visit sheds light on Carson's mysterious past. Elizabeth gets a taste of parenthood after volunteering to baby-sit Opal for a few days.
When Carson disagrees with a doctor's opinion of Cody's sudden illness, Abigail must decide whom she trusts more and which course of action to take.
The holiday season makes Elizabeth miss Jack even more. Hope Valley puts up a Wishing Tree for Christmas, and with it come surprises.
Abigail and Bill leave town to testify in Henry's trial. Lee temporarily takes over Sheriff's duties. Elizabeth's sister, Julie, visits Hope Valley.
Mr. Westin informs Abigail that the railroad company won't be building a depot in Hope Valley, but Abigail is determined to change his mind.
Jack returns from the Northern Territories and he and Elizabeth waste no time planning their future. Elizabeth's students start a school newsletter.
The town is in a panic over the failing bank, so Abigail has to figure out a solution. Everyone is excited for Elizabeth and Jack's upcoming wedding.
It's three days before the wedding and the town is bustling with wedding preparations. Bill runs into serious trouble with a notorious prisoner.
Mr. Jenkins gives Jack seven days to pay for the property in full, or lose it. Little Laura asks Bill to help track down the owner of a note.
The new Mrs. Thornton returns from her honeymoon and plans an exciting assignment for her students. A potential bank investor visits Abigail.
Carson's sick sister-in-law arrives and asks for his help. Abigail needs to stop Jenkins' investor. While with AJ Foster, Bill gets bitten by a snake.
A widowed investor named Eleanor Roberts approaches Henry with an offer to run a saw mill. The town plans a surprise party for Carson's birthday.
Elizabeth and the whole of Hope Valley mourn a heartbreaking loss. Noticing certain symptoms, Abigail thinks Elizabeth might be pregnant.