Hallmark’s “When Calls the Heart” spinoff series, “When Hope Calls,” wraps up its first season with the release of episode 10 on Hallmark Movies Now on Friday, leaving Hearties everywhere wondering, “Will there be a Season 2?”

Starring Morgan Kohan and Jocelyn Hudon, as sisters Lillian and Grace, respectively, the HMN drama premiered Season 1 with two episodes on Aug. 30 before continuing to release one new episode every Friday after that.

Shortly after it debuted, Hallmark shared details of how well it was performing on the streaming platform.

“‘When Hope Calls’ has received enthusiastic praise from critics and viewers alike and has signups to Crown Media Family Network’s new streaming service, Hallmark Movies Now, surging,” the company said in a September press release.

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Will there be a Season 2 of “When Hope Calls,” which stars Morgan Kohan? Crown Media / Shane Mahood

Though “When Hope Calls” got off to a good start, Hallmark has not offered up any updates on its viewership throughout the rest of the season nor has it renewed the show for a Season 2 yet.

International Business Times reached out to Hallmark for comment on a potential Season 2 but has not yet received an update.

Still, the lack of a renewal announcement shouldn’t cause immediate concern for fans because Hallmark could be waiting to see how many viewers check out the Season 1 finale on Friday, if more people sign up for a HMN subscription once all episodes are available to watch or simply waiting to share news about the future of the show at its presentation during the winter 2020 Television Critics Association press tour.

No matter what happens, Hearties can at least count on one more episode of “When Hope Calls,” a Christmas movie and Season 7 of “When Calls the Heart,” as well as a trilogy of “WHC” companion novels written by Janette Oke and her daughter, Laurel Oke Logan.

The “When Hope Calls” Season 1 finale releases on Hallmark Movies Now on Friday.