Martin Henderson of Virgin River has a new hairstyle ahead of the fifth season's premiere.

Martin Henderson, protagonist of Virgin River, said goodbye to his longer hair in a video posted to his Instagram Stories. 

The actor, who portrays Jack Sheridan in the Netflix drama, shared a video posted by celebrity hairdresser Jason Schneidman, also known as TheMensGroomer, that showed the celebrity having his hair styled after a haircut. Martin, who has been sporting shoulder-length hair for the past few months, appeared pleased with his new hairstyle, and it's fair to say that his fans adored it. 

One person wrote in the comments portion of Jason's post, "Looking good, Martin!! "Awesome haircut!" while another added, "Oh my goodness, I love it!"One fan was convinced that the actor had shaved his head in preparation for filming the sixth season of Virgin River, and commented, "Hoping production will begin shortly! Must obtain the Jack Sheridan haircut! Yesterday, @alexandrabreck stated in her stories that she would ordinarily be filming in Vancouver at this time. 

Here's hoping that the actors and writers get what they deserve and that the strike ends quickly so that they can return to work and continue creating what we adore!"Martin's new hairstyle is a result of his co-star Alexandra Breckenridge's disappointing update on the forthcoming, unfilmed sixth season. 

The actress who portrays Mel Monroe on the show confirmed that production has been delayed. In a video posted to her Instagram Stories, the actress told her followers that it felt "weird" to be in Atlanta, Georgia, rather than Vancouver, British Columbia, where Virgin River is filmed. 

She added, "I'm always homesick when I'm there, but now my body feels like it belongs in Vancouver, which is very strange."

 Annette O'Toole, who portrays town mayor Hope McCrea, disclosed that production of the program will resume as soon as the strike ends. She announced the news in a May Instagram post that featured a breathtaking image of blossoming roses. She captioned it:

 "Some roses to celebrate the good news: season 5 of #VirginRiver will air in the autumn, and we'll begin filming season 6 as soon as the strike is resolved. According to predictions by industry insiders, the strike will end in the autumn, and production on season six should commence shortly thereafter. 

While fans will have to wait a little longer than usual to stream season six, Mel and Jack will shortly return to our screens with the September 7 release of the fifth season on Netflix. 

The first eight episodes are available to stream in September, followed by the release of two holiday-themed episodes on November 30. What can viewers anticipate from season 5 of Virgin River?

The upcoming episodes will feature "surprising new relationships, a shocking breakup, a difficult court trial, a heartbreaking farewell, and a wildfire that threatens the town, bringing some residents of Virgin River together while tearing others apart." 

According to the synopsis, Mel will confront motherhood issues that force her to make a "major decision about her future at the clinic while her pregnancy unexpectedly sparks an emotional connection to her past." "Jack engages in long-overdue confrontations with his personal demons and, of course, Charmaine. 

And as Doc and Hope's respective impairments cast doubt on their identities, the doctor and the mayor must find solace in their community, their young new family, and in each other, according to the plot summary. 

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