Good Witch Movies in Order 

Featuring Catherine Bell as the Good Witch, the Canadian-American television film was originally released in 2008. The main plot revolves around Cassie – a middle aged enchantress who has supernatural powers and moves into an abandoned building named Grey house. In July 2021, the final season of the popular comedy-drama series Good Witch was released. But Cassandra Cassie’s Nightingale had started probably more than a decade ago. If you are a fan of fantasy movies, the Good Witch is a must watch for you! 

The Good Witch franchise has six follow-up movies in the series that became so popular that it led to development of a television show and a few holiday specials. The TV series itself was live for seven seasons, which began in 2015 and concluded in 2021. The major cast of the series includes Catherine Bell, Catherine Disher, Chris Potter, Matthew Knight,  Peter MacNeill, and Hannah Endicott-Douglas in major roles.

Each film in the franchise discovers a unique incident, but it’s all majorly centered on Cassie, with the major characters remaining the similar throughout. Over the span of six years series, it was witnessed how the life of Cassie Nightingale bloomed, with relationships and she never stops spreading her charm and magic around the neighborhood. From 2008 to 2014, here’s an easy guide on every Good Witch movie made and how you can watch the movies in order.

  • The Good Witch – 2008
  • The Good Witch’s Garden – 2009
  • The Good Witch’s Gift – 2010
  • The Good Witch’s Family – 2011
  • The Good Witch’s Charm – 2012
  • The Good Witch’s Destiny – 2013
  • The Good Witch’s Wonder – 2014

How to Watch Good Witch Movies in Order 

The Good Witch movie series soon became the talk of the town which led to a long-term television show as well. Each of the movies from the Good Witch series focuses upon a different incident revolving around Cassie. Keep reading to find out more about this fascinating franchise and how you can start watching Good Witch movies in order. 

The Good Witch (2008)

The first part of the movie starts with Cassie moving into the old abandoned building called the Grey House and Jake Russell (Potter) – the Middletown Police Chief Inspector starts getting complaints about the house (known to be haunted) being occupied by someone. During his investigation, he meets Cassie who is a beautiful, single woman after which Jake and his kids become friends with her. However, the rest of the people around become more and more suspicious towards her and start acting hostile. 

  • IMDb Rating: 7.1
  • Run Time: 1h 29m
  • Awards: 4 nominations 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

The Good Witch’s Garden (2009)

Starting right from the start, Cassie finally managed to curb the hostile behavior of her neighbors and decided to stay in Middleton. However, there is a turn of events seen when Rob Stewart casted as Nick Chasen comes to town and mysteriously claims the ownership of Grey House. Throughout the movie, you will see Cassie having a romantic relationship with Jake all the while trying to get her home back from Nick. 

  • IMDb Rating: 7.0
  • Run Time: 1h 26m
  • Awards: N/A 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

The Good Witch’s Gift (2010)

As we move into the third part of this series, Jake and Cassie get engaged and are busy with planning the wedding. But you know how important a climax is for any movie, things end up being complicated as they encounter some blasting information from Jake’s past and Cassie faces some new challenges. Watch the movie to find out how the couple find their way out of this difficult situation. 

  • IMDb Rating: 7.1
  • Run Time: 1h 23m
  • Awards: 2 nominations 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

The Good Witch’s Family (2011)

You will see Cassie starting to work on building her career soon after she settles down with Jake and decides to run for mayor of the town, but what makes this difficult for her is that her friend’s husband is standing as her opposition. Throughout the movie, you will see ugly politics taking over the town and relationships getting damaged in the course. As Cassie tries to get past these roadblocks, she encounters a life-altering event which you will find out while watching the movie. 

  • IMDb Rating: 6.9
  • Run Time: 1h 23m
  • Awards: 3 nominations 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

The Good Witch’s Charm (2012) 

Back not just as a new mayor of Middleton, Cassie is now a mother to a newborn as well. Struggling to manage both the responsibilities of a mayor and a mother, Cassie seeks for a relaxing escape from all chaos and plans a trip with his husband and the newborn. However, the plan gets canceled due to some mysterious robberies happening around the town that were blamed upon her stepdaughter. In this movie, you will see how Cassie deals with the problem on hand as a reporter tries to ruin the reputation of Cassie. 

  • IMDb Rating: 6.9
  • Run Time: 1h 22 m
  • Features: N/A
  • Director: Craig Pryce

The Good Witch’s Destiny (2013)

In this part of the series, you will find Cassie hitting a rough patch of her life as her stepdaughter Lori starts investigating about the story of her great aunt, Great Lady who was the real owner of the Grey House and disappeared a long time back. During this course, Lori starts believing that Cassie is cursed and explores what destiny has lined up for her. 

  • IMDb Rating: 6.9
  • Run Time: 1h 22m
  • Awards: N/A 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

The Good Witch’s Wonder (2014)

Moving towards the last part of this amazing movie-series, you will see Cassie being busy in the arrangements of her stepson’s wedding along with arranging a silent auction to raise money for the botanical gardens of Middleton. But the real challenge comes when Cassie finds out that money from the fundraiser has gone missing. 

  • IMDb Rating: 6.9
  • Run Time: 1h 24m
  • Awards: 4 nominations 
  • Director: Craig Pryce 

Wrapping it Up 

To wrap it up, the Good Witch franchise is a must watch for you, like watching a comedy-drama filled with fantasy and mystery. We hope this guide helps you in giving a kick-start to your Good Witch movie-series, once you are done with the movies you can also watch its television show as well! 

Shehak Raza

Shehak is a sports/streaming freak and loves to watch different sports including NFL, NBA, Football and binge watching thriller and drama content is a hobby as well. This guy loves to eat pizza at anytime in any situation

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