In the first-season finale, Cassie gets some upsetting news about her store, so the townsfolk come together to offer her support.
Cassie and Sam join forces to save someone's life as a winter storm puts the town in jeopardy.
A dangerous blizzard arrives in town and a young couple need assistance weathering the storm. However, in order for the couple to survive, Cassie has to persuade Nick to follow her intuition.
Cassie's resources can't save her from Abigail's plotting as her cousin continues to cause unrest throughout the town.
Cassie's cousin Abigail returns to town and her impish behavior is on full display, captivating Sam and Grace, but displeasing Cassie.
The mysterious Ashley vanishes. Meanwhile, a visiting duo cause a commotion as the town holds its heritage ball.
The Heritage Festival is held. Meanwhile, a frightened young woman stays at Grey House, and an elderly resident who's returned to town seems to know something about her; and Grace tries to assist Nick, but she gets caught up in his lies.moreless
New neighbors become curious about Cassie, her daughter and their mysterious ways in the series premiere of this drama based on the "Good Witch" series of cable movies.
In the midst of a chaotic day at the station, Oliver helps Andy get ready to defend herself at Duncan's dismissal hearing. The hearing has been moved up leaving them only two hours to prepare. But, when Duncan produces new evidence that shifts all the blame to Andy, Oliver must decide if he's willing to compromise his professional integrity – and his friendship with Andy – to save her career.moreless
The trial continues to be going in favour of Luke, and Zoë turns to pills to take away the stress of it all, and skips her victim impact statement. After a freak out with the reporter who gave bad info, she considers ODing on the pills. Becky talks to Luke, and it helps her make a decision about what to say in court. Maya finds out about what Miles did with Zoë at the party and ends things between them for good. Zig helps Zoë out, but is unsure how to handle his own situation.moreless
It's Luke's trial and Zoë has a difficult time when the defence seems to be winning. She thinks talking to the media might help, but it only gets things more complicated. Becky doesn't know how to handle everything, and decides to go on the class field trip, where she gets lost in the forest with Drew. Miles thinks he has a shot with Maya, when they start hanging out again. Zig gets pulled back into the gang world.moreless
Team One faces the most challenging call of their careers when a series of bombs tears the city apart.
Charlie is removed from the ventilator. It is discovered that a patient who arrives for a routine follow-up could hold the key to understanding Charlie's condition.
Franklin is teased for reading a "baby" book.
"Franklin Figure Skates"
Franklin learns to play 2 on 1 hockey.
In "Franklin Migrates", Franklin learns about Migration Celebration from Goose. Goose's relatives fly south for the winter, while she and her family stay in Woodland. Franklin joins in the celebration.
"Franklin the Photographer"
Beaver starts a camera club at school. Franklin tries to get a picture of a butterfly, but finds it to be a difficult task.moreless
Franklin finds himself caught in a difficult situation when he promises to support Bear during his big-kid baseball game and attend Beaver's art-show, both of which are happening at the same time. Bear is best friend and he did promise him first, but he wants to honor his commitment to Beaver because he's always dodged attending her events in the past. Not wanting to hurt either's feelings, he tries to make himself visible at both events without Bear or Beavers' knowing, but quickly finds the juggling act harder to maintain than he thought it would be.
"Franklin's First Star"
Franklin and Bear are big hockey fans and have a favorite professional player - Coyote. They take part in outdoor hockey games against Beaver and Fox and Mrs. Muskrat stops by often to provide encouragement and hot chocolate. One day, Mr. Turtle takes them to see a hockey game and they get to meet Coyote. They tell him about how great they think he is, but his response brings them to have a new respect for someone else entirely.moreless
Franklin and his friends are out playing baseball when the Churchill Bears, a visiting team on their way to a big tournament, roll onto the baseball field. Mr. Mole knows them and invited them to stop by. He arranges for a big game between them and Franklin's team, but when Franklin and his friends see how well the Bears play, they try to back out of the game, worried that they'll get "murgalized."
"Franklin's Reading Club"
Mrs. Goose at the Woodland library announces a summer reading contest to Franklin and his friends: anyone who reads thirty or more books will receive a nifty reading club t-shirt. Franklin and Bear like the look of the t-shirt and decide to try and read really fast so that they can get their t-shirts before anyone else. When they find that their friends are getting great enjoyment out of reading, while they can't even remember what they read, they question the wisdom of their idea.moreless
Franklin is having a campout in his backyard and he and Rabbit hatch a plan to stay up all night. Originally, all members of the sleepover are on board, but then they fall asleep one-by-one until finally Franklin and Rabbit are the only ones who make it until morning to see the sunrise, but not without a few setbacks.
When Bear buys a neat detective kit at Mr. Mole's shop, Franklin is disappointed to learn that they're all sold out, but Bear tells him that he can get a "Super Snooper Spy Kit," however, he'll have to get it before it's sold out. Franklin checks his savings and finds that he doesn't have enough money. Hoping to earn the money, he decides to strike a bargain with his Dad to get it by doing an extra chore. He first deals around doing the dishes and then fails keep up his end of the bargain after agreeing to a different chore.moreless
Harriet has a favorite book called The Happy Green Frog and she wants Franklin to read it to her over and over. Franklin is okay with reading it at first, but when she keeps asking to hear it and ignoring all of her other books, he grows tired of it and hides it under a pile of newspapers. Later, the newspapers are taken out to the recycling... and the book exits with them! Franklin and Bear launch on a wild hunt throughout Woodland in the hope of finding another copy of the book to read to Harriet, but end up with a very creative solution to the problem.
"Franklin and Betty"
Beaver's cousin Betty is in town and Franklin is the first of the Woodland kids other than Beaver to meet her. The two quickly become friends with each other, Betty identifying with Franklin's interest in sand-castle building and also wanting to get away from Beaver, who is obliviously centered on her own interests. As more of the kids in Woodland get to know Betty, they also notice the friendship between Betty and Franklin and two try to turn it into a joke --- that the two of them are in love! Franklin gets some help from his best friend Bear in dealing with this awkward situation.moreless