Heartland is a Canadian family drama television series which debuted on CBC on October 14, 2007. The series is based on the Heartland book series by Lauren Brooke. Heartland follows sisters Amy and Lou Fleming, their grandfather Jack Bartlett, and Ty Borden through the highs and lows of life at the ranch.
Heartland is a true family show grounded in the values of times past but in a present context, leaving the viewer with a light and happy feeling at the end of each episode. It is a true delight to watch and the characters are incredibly genuine, making it easy to empathise with their lives and dilemmas.
The TV series is filmed in Montreal. This unique TV show is set and filmed in Vancouver. At the beginning of each episode, the audience finds out who the killer and victim are in each murder. Heartland is a Canadian family drama series, which premiered in 2007. It’s Canada’s longest-running 60-minute scripted drama series; its 10th series began airing in late 2016. Based on Lauren Brooke’s Heartland book series, about life on the ranch, the TV show is primarily filmed in High River, which is 54 kilometers (34 miles) south of downtown Calgary. Saving Hope’s fifth and final season is currently airing.
Heartlandia and shows like it, many of which appear on CarbonTV, help to provide a voice to a part of the nation that is regularly derided and ignored by the media and entertainment establishments in the Northeast and on the West Coast. As someone who comes from a small town in New Hampshire, it’s great to see shows like Heartlandia breakthrough the typical LA-New York noise. If you get a chance, I highly recommend you check the show out and return each week to see new episodes.