Witches have always been a source of fascination, and there is no shortage of movies that explore their world. “The Good Witch” franchise is a prime example. With seven films, the series tells the story of Cassie Nightingale, a kind-hearted witch who uses her powers to help others.
So If you’re looking for a fun, spooky film series to watch this Halloween season, look no further than “The Good Witch” movies. Hallmark channel presented this fantastic movie series for all of us.
Starring Catherine Bell as the charming witch Cassie Nightingale, these films are perfect for movie nights with family or friends.
And if you’re looking for a marathon viewing experience. Here’s a list of “The Good Witch” movies in order:
All The Good Witch Movies in Order:
- The Good Witch (2008)
- The Good Witch’s Garden (2009)
- The Good Witch’s Gift (2010)
- The Good Witch’s Family (2011)
- The Good Witch’s Charm (2012)
- The Good Witch’s Destiny (2013)
- The Good Witch’s Wonder (2014)
So what are you waiting for? Grab some popcorn and watch “The Good Witch” movies for a magical movie night!
The Good Witch (2008)
“The Good Witch” is a 2008 American television film directed by Craig Pryce and starring Catherine Bell as Cassandra Nightingale. The film aired on the Hallmark Channel on January 19, 2008, and is the first in a series of seven made-for-TV movies.
In the story, Cassandra Nightingale (Catherine Bell) appears in the fictional town of Middleton as a mysterious woman with magic powers who starts to live in the haunted Grey House of the “The Grey Lady.” Later Cassandra opens an antique store called “Bell, Book & Candle.” She quickly makes friends with everyone in town, including the local Police Chief Inspector, Jake Russell (Chris Potter), and his son Brandon (Matthew Knight).
However, her magical powers often land her in trouble, mainly when she uses them to help others. Despite this, she always manages to come out on top and help those in need.
“The Good Witch” is an enjoyable film that is perfect for all ages. It has a bit of everything- romance, comedy, drama, and even a touch of magic. Catherine Bell is as delightful as Cassandra Nightingale and has excellent chemistry with her co-stars, Chris Potter and Matthew Knight.
If you’re looking for a feel-good movie to watch with your family or friends, then I highly recommend “The Good Witch.”
The Good Witch’s Garden (2009)
The story follows where the first movie left off, with Cassandra Nightingale (Catherine Bell) now settled into her new home in Middleton. She has made friends with everyone in town and even caught the eye of Police Chief Inspector Jake Russell (Chris Potter).
However, a stranger named Nick’s (Rob Stewart) appearance in the story twists the all smooth and happy life of Cassandra. Nick claims to be the sole heir of the Grey Lady and wants to take over her house. It puts Cassandra and Nick in a conflict of wits as she tries to keep her home.
Cassandra had no option but to leave the house later to find out that Nick was now trying to sell the Grey house.
While the first movie focused on introducing Cassandra and her powers, “The Good Witch’s Garden” delves more into the conflict between good and evil. Catherine Bell and Rob Stewart have great on-screen chemistry, making their scenes together a joy to watch.
If you have already watched the first part and are now looking to watch something a bit more suspense and mystery, then I recommend “The Good Witch’s Garden.”
The Good Witch’s Gift (2010)
The third part in the series, “The Good Witch’s Gift,” revolves around the holiday season. The story follows the relationship between Cassandra and Jake; they decided to get married this year, but as expected, complications come knocking on the door.
While trying to make the wedding perfect, Jake is busy trying to find the documents of Cassandra to register the marriage. But an Ex-con Leon Deeks arrives in town.
Things get complicated when it is revealed that Leon and Jake have a sordid past. Will this ruin the wedding plans of Cassandra and Jake? or will they be able to overcome this hurdle? What will happen to “The Good Witch’s Family?” You can only find out by watching this delightful holiday movie series.
This part of the series will leave you with a warm feeling and might even make you believe in magic. “The Good Witch’s Gift” is a fun and magical film that is perfect for the whole family.
It is the beauty of “The Good Witch” Movies; With its likable characters and exciting plot, these films will surely leave viewers enchanted.
The Good Witch’s Family (2011)
“The Good Witch’s Family” was released in 2011, one year after the previous installment. The movie starts with the news of Cassandra (Catherine Bell) and Jake’s (Chris Potter) marriage, and they finally settle in their new house.
But as they start their married life, strange things happen in Middleton’s town. A young woman named Abigail (Sarah Power) claims to be Cassandra’s first cousin gets evicted from her home.
Cassie has never met Abigail, but she invites her to stay with the family in their home. On the other hand, Jake is dealing with the problems in the police station when the Mayor reveals that he is supporting a bridge project in the city.
The movie is full of twists and turns, and the viewer will be kept guessing until the end.
“The Good Witch’s Family” is another heartwarming movie in the series that is perfect for family viewing. The film’s charming characters and the magical story will leave viewers spellbound.
The Good Witch’s Charm (2012)
The Good Witch Cassie is now back in the fifth installment as the new Mayor of Middleton and a new mother. With a demanding job and a husband who is the town sheriff, Cassie and Jake Russell (Chris potter) aren’t getting much rest.
Cassie’s new family is hoping for a vacation so they may all get some rest, but the story has a twist. A crime wave hits town, and a curious reporter destroys Cassie’s reputation after a video of her vanishing mysteriously appears on the internet.
The situation grows more complicated when Cassie’s foster mother returns to town, and her stepdaughter is suddenly accused of the robberies, compounding things.
The film has everlasting surprises for viewers of all ages and is a perfect movie to watch with the family.
If you have watched the past four Good Witch movies, you must not miss the sixth part, “The Good Witch’s Charm.” It is the fifth of seven “The Good Witch” movies in order of release date.
The Good Witch’s Destiny (2013)
This part in the series focuses on the destiny of our main lead, Cassie, as her birthday draws closer. Cassie asks Jake to gather all the family and friends to celebrate the big day together.
Brandon (Matthew Knight) and Lori (Hannah Endicott-Douglas), the children of Jake’s ex-wife, will both graduate soon, and Cassie thinks it’ll be the final time they’ll all gather.
However, as we have seen in the previous films, the story always has a surprise for the audience.
When Cassie asks Lori to return a book to the library, Lori discovers that the cursed Grey Lady and Cassie share the same birthday.
Furthermore, when Lori finds Merriwick’s diary, she understands the town’s timeline of strange occurrences, which leads her to believe Cassis is cursed.
The story of the film “The Good Witch’s Destiny” will keep the audience stuck until the very end as they discover if Lori’s discovery is accurate and, if so, what will happen to Cassie.
If you have watched the previous films and enjoyed them, check out “The Good Witch’s Destiny.” It is at the sixth position of seven “The Good Witch” movies in order of release date.
The Good Witch’s Wonder (2014)
In the seventh installment of “Good Witch” movies in order of the release date, “The Good Witch’s Wonder,” Cassie is tasked with assisting in planning her stepson’s wedding to Tara.
Martha, the new Mayor of Middleton, has asked Cassie to head a silent auction at the Middleton Botanical Gardens. When Audrey comes to town searching for employment, Cassie hires her for the Bell, Book & Candle store, and Audrey volunteers to assist with the auction.
However, when things for the auction go missing, Cassie becomes suspicious. She must now utilize her abilities and Martha’s to discover the truth.
The series is a fantastic watch for people of all ages, and “The Good Witch’s Wonder” is no exception. The film’s charming characters and the magical story will leave viewers spellbound.
If you have watched the previous films in the franchise, check out “The Good Witch’s Wonder.”
So here we are with “Good Witch” movies in order, it’s clear that they are all charming and enjoyable. While each has its unique story and characters, they all have the same underlying theme of good triumphing over evil.
It’s inspiring to see the excellent witch always come out on top, and each movie leaves you feeling uplifted and hopeful. So if you’re looking for a feel-good movie series to watch, the Good Witch movies are worth checking out.
Good Witch Series In Order
After the immense success of the Good Witch movies, Hallmark returned in 2015 with a TV show about The Good Witch, which ran for seven seasons and ended in 2019, it may not have been as good as the movies since its drawn-out stories and events, but it is well worth your time. Now you know all “Good Witch” movies in order of the release date, its time for the TV series
If you want to watch the TV series, here is the list of Good Witch TV seasons and episodes in chronological order.
Season 1 (February 28, 2015, to April 18, 2015)
- Starting Over Again – Good witch
- Running Scared – Good witch
- Do The Right Thing – Good witch
- All In The Family – Good witch
- The Truth About Lies – Good witch
- The Storm – Good witch
- Together We Stand – Good witch
- True Colors – Good witch
Season 2 (April 17, 2016, to June 19, 2016)
- Halloween – Good witch (Season Special)
- Second Time Around – Good witch
- Driven – Good witch
- Out of The Past – Good witch
- The Trouble with Love – Good witch
- Surprise Me – Good witch
- Risk – Good witch
- What’s Your Secret? – Good witch
- Truth – Good witch
- A Perfect Match – Good witch
- A Perfect Match, Part 2 – Good witch
Season 3 (April 30, 2017, to July 2, 2017)
- Secrets of Grey House – Good witch (Season Special)
- A Budding Romance – Good witch
- Without Magic for a Spell – Good witch
- Day After Day – Good witch
- How to Say, ‘I Love You!’ – Good witch
- A Birthday Wish – Good witch
- Say it with Candy – Good witch
- In Sickness and in Health – Good witch
- Somewhat Surprising – Good witch
- Not Getting Married Today: Part 1 – Good witch
- Not Getting Married Today: Part 2 – Good witch
Season 4 (April 28, 2018, to July 1, 2018)
- Spellbound – Good witch (Season Special)
- With This Ring – Good witch
- In 4/4, With Emotion – Good witch
- Daddy’s Home – Good witch
- Family Time – Good witch
- Written Like a Merriwick – Good witch
- Match Game – Good witch
- Til Death Do Us Part – Good witch
- All Dressed Up – Good witch
- How to Make a Middleton Quilt – Good witch
- Tossing the Bouquet – Good witch
Season 5 (June 9th & 10th, 2019, to August 18, 2019)
- Tale of Two Hearts – Good witch (Season Special)
- The Forever Tree: Part 1 – Good witch
- The Forever Tree: Part 2 – Good witch
- The Honeymoon – Good witch
- The Prince – Good witch
- The Tea – Good witch
- The Road Trip – Good witch
- The Grey-Cation – Good witch
- The Treasure – Good witch
- The Comet – Good witch
- The Graduation – Good witch
Season 6 (May 3, 2020, to July 5, 2020)
- Curse From a Rose – Good witch (Season Special)
- The Anniversary – Good witch
- The Chili – Good witch
- The Clock – Good witch
- The Dinner – Good witch
- The Mandala – Good witch
- The Dream – Good witch
- The Tableau – Good witch
- The Chocolates – Good witch
- The Loft – Good witch
- The Bird – Good witch
Season 7 (May 16, 2021, to TBA)
- The Party – Good witch
- The Shell – Good witch
- The Delivery-Good witch
- The Exchange – Good witch
- The Kite – Good witch – Good witch
- The Wishes – Good witch
- The Magic – Good witch
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