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Well, the 33-year-old actress recently sat down for an exclusive interview with TV Insider, where she discussed what’s next for her character, who recently lost her mom, Lilly (Lynda Boyd). Although Farber didn’t officially confirm her return, she offered a few insights into where the story may lead.
“I think it could go any number of ways, but I would imagine that if she were to stick around, I think she’d still be grieving her mom and figuring out what her life is without her,” Farber told the outlet.
The Virgin River star admitted that the transition will be difficult for Tara and her baby sister, Chloe. “Her mom played a hugely important role in her day-to-day life, and they live together, and she has her baby sister who she would now have to be responsible for,” she added. “So, I think there’s a lot of that to figure out at home.”
Farber went on to say that a small town like Virgin River seems like an ideal place to pick up the pieces. “It’s a very supportive and cozy place,” she continued. “I can’t really imagine a better place to be going through something tough emotionally.”
In season three of Virgin River, Lilly opened up about her terminal pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Although she succumbed to her illness, Tara was pleased when an “anonymous donor” set up a trust fund for Tara and Chloe.
As for what’s next, it appears we’ll have to wait until Virgin River season four hits Netflix sometime next year.
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