“You know my family. It’s full of secrets we’d never want the world to know…”
In the Great House of Collinwood Amy Jennings and David Collins are finally putting years of tragedy and loss behind them and committing to a life together. And, as the ceremony approaches, friends old and new are drawn to the town at the edge of the sea.
Once again, the tortured vampire, Barnabas Collins, is amongst them. But this time he is not alone. After so many years away, Doctor Julia Hoffman has returned with him, finally convinced she has the means to cure his affliction.
But joy and happiness never last long in Collinsport, for malevolent forces are never far away. Among those gathered for the celebration are some who would conspire to tear the family apart. In this town some wounds refuse to heal, some secrets demand to be heard, and some sins cry out to be punished.
Welcome back to Collinsport.
Until death do you part.
Bloodline is set after "Dark Shadows: And Red All Over"
Stephanie Ellyne (Amy Cunningham)
Alec Newman (David Collins)
Georgina Strawson (Vivian Bell)
Sydney Aldridge (Waitress / Nurse)
Nancy Barrett (Carolyn Stoddard)
Tom Michael Blyth (Jamie Forbes)
Kelly Burke (Fiona Tanner)
Lachele Carl (Sheriff Rhonda Tate)
Daniel Collard (Pastor Grayson)
Andrew Collins (Barnabas Collins))
Nico Diodoro (Brian Monroe)
Alexandra Donnachie (Jackie Tate)
Roy Gill (Randy Young)
Adam Hall (Andrew McLellan / Conductor / Old-Timer)
Walles Hamonde (Cody Hill / Richard Hill)
Scott Haran (Harry Cunningham)
Abi Harris (Nurse Grimes)
Jerry Lacy (Matthew Young)
Wallace McBride (Edgar McBride)
Julie Newmar (Dr Julia Hoffman)
Christopher Pennock (Cyrus Longworth Jennings)
Sarah Pitard (Bonnie Sands)
Lisa Richards (Sabrina Longworth Jennings)
Kathryn Leigh Scott (Maggie Haskell)
David Selby (Quentin Collins)
Jamison Selby (Ed Griffin)
Michael Shon (Tom Cunningham)
Susan Sullivan (Lela Collins)
Marie Wallace (Jessica Griffin)
Jake Wardle (Arnold Haggerty)