Chesapeake Shores season 1
TV series “Chesapeake Shores” focuses on a numerous O’Brien family. Many years ago, Mick O’Brien decided to create a commune on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay – on the ground, which still owned by his ancestors. Workaholic Mick was absorbed in his work. Not noticing anything other than work, he destroyed own family and spoiled relations with brothers. Mick’s wife Megan left him, but he didn’t give her their 5 kids. He sent them to his mother Nell, who helped raise the children. The years passed, the kids are grown up. One by one they began to arrive in the Chesapeake to reunite the family, to find understanding with their father and try to reconcile with his mother, who, they believe, left them. Mick’s brothers also want to forget past grievances. After many years of separation, they together try again to establish life and strengthen family bonds.
Abby returns to her hometown after hearing troubling news about the family inn facing foreclosure.
Abby considers leaving her Wall Street job and has an unforeseen showdown with her ex. Meanwhile, Trace has trouble explaining why he left Nashville and Jess wants to open a new business on her own.
Abby decides to stay in Chesapeake Shores and fight for custody of her daughters. Trace deals with troubling news concerning his past in Nashville. Mick suggests that Bree remain in town in order to get over her writer's block.
As Abby settles in and starts her job at her firm's Baltimore office, she wonders if she can remain just friends with Trace.
As Kevin remains missing, Mick, Nell and the rest of the O'Brien family nervously wait for more news; Abby goes to New York to fight for custody of her daughters; Trace continues to hide from his past, but a surprising new idea may have him returning to his music dream after all.
Kevin's fiancée arrives in town, surprising the O'Briens; Abby gets tangled in a fraud investigations; Trace receives bad news about the water-house property he covets.
Trace makes a confession regarding why he left Nashville. Meanwhile, Megan confronts Mick about past mistakes responsible for pushing her away; and Abby learns the truth about the fraud investigation from a surprising source.
As Mick nervously faces a failing business deal, Abby is subpoenaed in the investigation against Wes, and Connor comes up with a plan to prove her innocence. Kevin recovers from his fall at home while struggling to define his future with Georgia, before Jess opens up about a devastating event that could help them understand each other. And Trace learns the warehouse property is still in reach, but his long-held anger toward his own father could prevent him from finally realizing his dream.