You know it’s just seeing some people you get good vibes, Cassie Nightingale is one of them. As the name suggests, yes it’s a series with a magical journey of Cassie Nightingale and her younger daughter Grace and the new neighbours. Cassie Nightingale and her daughter has an intuitive charm which is so fascinating to watch and I wish you have such blessing too.
Cassie who is a descendant of the Merriwick line with her family lives in a small town of Middleton. They run a bed and breakfast at their own house which I think is just a way to help everyone who stays there to bring them a bright outlook in life. The Merriwicks females have a special blessing to sense if something good or bad is going to happen with their loved ones or in the surroundings. And wooww, if there exists a town like Middleton on earth then I would leave everything and move there. This town is like a fantasy world with such an adorable mayor- Martha Tinsdale. The residents of the town are very cooperative and helpful towards each other and they celebrate beautiful summer and winter festivals together as well. Cassie and the new neighbour, Dr. Sam Radford has a beautiful love chemistry who then get married in season 6. It’s a family show for people of all ages, viewing together during dinner times – Just Perfect!! Or when you need to see something optimistic on a horrible day. There are 6 seasons as of now and the 7th will be aired soon.
My best character in this series is the Mayor of the town Martha Tinsdale, definitely after Cassie Nightingale. No one would have made justice for the role to Cassie other than Catherine Bell.
Each and every episode of the series is just so perfect in direction, fashion, make up, screenplay. The stunning house that Cassie lives in is designed so perfectly as her nature.
A heart warming series with magic, mystery, love, drama, laughter and happiness is something I would want to watch again and again. Writing this review and thinking about the series itself brought a smile on my face. Imagine what would it do if you watched it.
Disclaimer: The above review solely illustrates the views of the writer.