That’s a wrap! Hallmark’s Good Witch has finally ended and we’re not sure what to do with ourselves. Although, eagle-eyed viewers noticed Bailee Madison’s non-appearance on the series finale. What did happen to Grace on Good Witch?
Bailee Madison portrayed Cassie’s daughter for the first five seasons.
Warning: Potential spoilers ahead.
What happened to Grace on Good Witch?
As co-characters wrapped up their storylines in the finale episode, fans were left wondering how things ended for Bailee Madison’s Grace.
Well… Madison’s no-showing boils down to a few factors, but mostly COVID-19 (like most things in 2021!).
Taking to Twitter in May, the actress wrote: “In the world of covid that’s the best we could do!!!!! Fun fact: @reallycb and I were texting while they were filming this episode & came up with the ft idea! I miss my #goodwitch family so much & love my #goodies always!!!! I’m sure grace & Cassie will hug in person soon!”
Likewise, Dr. Sam Radford’s son Nick was also a no-show in the series finale – we’re guessing for the same protocol reasoning?
It would have been nice to see the two in the series wrap, though. We can assume that Grace is off navigating her adolescence after graduating!
What is Bailee Madison doing now?
Bailee Madison is a busy woman.
The 21-year-old has quite the resumé of film and TV credits, given her young age, and it doesn’t look like she’s stopping any time soon.
According to her IMDb page, the actress is starring in A Cinderella Story: Starstruck (2021) and A Week Away (2021).
Hallmark cancels Good Witch
Hallmark are yet to release an ‘official’ reason as to why Good Witch has been cancelled, although reports are putting it down to declining viewership and ratings.
Although the cancellation of the series has provoked bittersweet emotions for both the cast and audience, it could also open new doors.
In talks with Deadline, a rep stated: “Catherine Bell, James Denton, and Katherine Barrell, among others, are members of the Hallmark Channel family, and we are in discussions on future projects.”
Here’s to hoping!