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List of Heartland episodes
Wikipedia list article
Heartland is a Canadianfamily dramatelevision series which debuted on CBC on October 14, 2007. Heartland follows sisters Amy and Lou Fleming, their grandfather Jack Bartlett, and Ty Borden through the highs and lows of life at their horse ranch in the fictional town of Hudson, Alberta.
The plot focuses on Amy, who inherited her mother's ability to heal abused and damaged horses after a tragic accident that led to significant changes in the lives of the characters.
Heartland airs in Canada on CBC at 7 pm (7:30 pm in Newfoundland) on Sundays. The series also airs in the United States on the UpTV and the Light TV digital broadcast network. It is also distributed online on Netflix internationally (excluding Canada). The series previously also aired on The CW before being transferred solely to UP by 2010. The show became the longest-running one-hour scripted drama in Canadian television history on October 19, 2014, when it surpassed the previous 124-episode record set by Street Legal. As of March 21, 2021,[update] 224 episodes of Heartland have aired, concluding the fourteenth season. The fourteenth season premiered in Canada on January 10, 2021, and airing later in the United States on UP's UP Faith and Family streaming service on May 6, 2021, and premiered on linear UPtv starting July 8, 2021 as part of the summer Thursday night programming schedule.
Season 1 (2007–08)
Season 2 (2008–09)
Season 3 (2009–10)
Season 4 (2010–11)
Television film (2010)
The film aired on CBC Television in Canada and the Hallmark Channel in the US (instead of UP TV, which did not air it until a few years later).
Season 5 (2011–12)
Season 6 (2012–13)
Season 7 (2013–14)
Heartland has become the most-watched horse TV show in the equestrian world. The actors, producers, and directors do an incredible job throughout the fourteen seasons of this hit series that includes love, loss, family, ranch life, and of course, horses.
The show is set on a picturesque ranch in Canada that features beautiful horses and scenery.
As it has become a popular TV show, people are eager to know more about where the show is filmed, the actors, and other fun facts.
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about the Heartland TV show!
Where is Heartland Filmed?
Heartland is filmed on a real ranch located in Millarville, Alberta, Canada. In 1928, Roy Foster and his family moved to the property where they raised cattle. The famous barn that is seen on the show was built by Roy’s brother, Les.
The show also films ranch scenes at a dude ranch, which is not far from the real Heartland Ranch, and a studio in Calgary.
Here is the real Heartland ranch on Google Maps:
In 1928, Roy Foster and his family moved to the property where they raised cattle. The famous barn that is seen on the show was built by Roy’s brother, Les Foster.
Can You go to Heartland Ranch?
Unfortunately, you can’t visit the real Heartland Ranch because it is privately owned, and the owner doesn’t give anyone apart from the cast and crew during filming.
However, you can see the ranch from a distance, and fans are allowed to visit the outside of Maggie’s diner in High River and peer in to see the set.
Fans may also visit the Museum of the Highwood, which includes costumes and props from the show. If you are lucky, you may even get to catch a glimpse of the crew’s trailers as they park behind the museum when filming.
High River is a great place to visit if you are a fan of the show. In addition to the museum and Maggie’s diner, you can also stroll through the town to visit shops that sell Heartland mementos.
If you’re in High River, don’t forget to take a stroll in George Lane Memorial Park. Here, you will find the famous red gazebo that hosted Amy and Georgie’s high school graduation.
Here is a Heartland set tour with Amber Marshall (Amy Fleming) and Graham Wardle (Ty Borden):
Are There Heartland Ranch Tours?
Though there are no guided tours for Heartland Ranch, you can take self-guided tours through High River. In addition, there are ranches just outside of Calgary that offer trail rides throughout beautiful scenery.
Did you know that all indoor scenes on Heartland Ranch and Scott’s clinic are filmed in a studio in Calgary? These include the interiors of the farmhouse, the barn, the loft, and the vet clinic.
Besides Heartland Ranch, there are other filming locations in Millarville fans might want to visit. For once, there is the cute little wooden chapel where Lou’s wedding ceremony took place. To find it, look for signs to the Millarville Anglican Church.
The Millarville Farmers’ Market and Race Track are also open to visitors all year round. This location served as the setting for all rodeo and horse racing-related scenes. The Farmer’s Market is the best in the foothills and opens every Saturday from June to October.
Where is Dude Ranch Located?
The Heartland Dude Ranch can be found south of the Priddis community in Alberta, along Range Road 30. It’s not far from the real Heartland ranch in Millarville, but unfortunately, it’s also private property.
Here is a Dude Ranch on Google Maps:
Is Maggie’s Diner from Heartland real?
Maggie’s Diner, Tack and Feed is filmed on a real set and is the only permanently accessible set that fans can visit. Although Maggie’s is not a real working diner, fans are allowed to peer through the windows and see the set when the show isn’t filming there.
You can also visit a real-life version of Maggie’s in High River called Evelyn’s Memory Lane. This retro diner is located on 4th Avenue, and it’s one of the best places for food in the area.
Do All the Actors on Heartland Ride Horses?
Surprisingly, horse riding is not a requirement for getting a role on Heartland. Since many actors didn’t have prior experience with horses, they had to attend cowboy camp to learn the basics.
Amber Marshall and Alisha Newton are real-life equestrians and do most of their horseback riding scenes on Heartland. However, the actors are replaced with stunt doubles who ride for them in the more dangerous riding scenes.
Jessica Amlee, who plays Mallory on Heartland, was also a confident rider before coming on the show. Shaun Johnston (Grandpa Jack) and Nathaniel Arcand (Scott Cardinal) both grew up on a farm with horses and were happy to ride for the show.
Find out which actors are true horse lovers by reading our guide: Heartland Actors Who Live Like Their Characters in Real-Life
Who Owns the Horses on Heartland?
John Scott owns most of the horses that are used in Heartland. Scott is the head wrangler of the show and is well known in the film industry.
With over 50 years of experience training animals for movies, this man has done it all. John Scott has been wrangler on major productions like Lord of the Rings, The Revenant, Unforgiven, and many others.
Scott is a widely celebrated actor, stuntman, wrangler, and producer. According to Avenue Calgary magazine, his company John Scott Productions has worked on seven Oscar-winning films to date.
Scott keeps his stunt horses and props on his Longview farm in Alberta, which also serves as a filming location. The legendary wrangler’s journey to success has been documented in True West: The John Scott Story that you can watch here.
See our list of Heartland horses here.
Is Heartland Based on a True Story?
The Heartland Ranch TV show is not a true story but rather based on the Heartland novel series created by Lauren Brooke. Although the show is fictional, Lauren Brooke confirmed in an interview that her real-life inspires aspects of the show.
See the books here on Amazon.
Where Can I Watch the Heartland TV show?
If you haven’t seen Heartland yet, you can watch it on CBS, Netflix, and here on Amazon Prime to see what everyone is raving about!
Currently, the newest season of Heartland is only available on Netflix in a limited number of countries. If you live in the United States, you can stream Heartland Season 14 on Up Faith & Family or watch it on UPTV.
Will There Be a Season 15 of Heartland?
You’ll be delighted to find out that Heartland will return with new episodes this year! CBC has confirmed the show’s renewal for Season 15, announced by Heartland’s very own Amber Marshall.
Just like recent seasons, Season 15 will have ten hour-long episodes. Production is already underway and is set to wrap on September 21. According to CBC’s schedule, the new season will premier on October 17, 2021.
For more Season 15 news and details, visit our guide here.
Hello fans, or Heartlanders as some of you love to be called.
Filming is now in its third week; day 12 of the 15 shooting days that comprise the first block is going on as I write this. Like yesterday, all scenes shot are taking place in Ty and Amy's Loft above the barn, meaning there is a lot of the baby being filmed. I don't like leaving the baby's name out any more than you do, but the first name is being kept from everyone until the season 11 premiere on CBC in the fall.
You would know a lot of this if you followed the production tweets that are made available on the Heartland on CBC's Twitter account.
Today I am going to give you a shwack (I think that's a word) of photos which were all taken yesterday. Although none are of the cast are there; well, if you look closely you might see some. I think you may find these interesting. The first photo at the top of the page is Amy & Ty's loft above the barn. As you can see, the set is constructed on a platform, so when you see someone entering from inside they are walking upwards, ascending on stairs. The bright lights replicate the outside being lit by the sun.
This photo shows the canvas screen that surrounds the set. If you are in the loft set and look out a window what you see is identical to what you would see if you were looking out the same window in the actual loft above the barn on the acreage where the ranch set sits.
This photo shows Hair, Makeup and Wardrobe employees quietly watching a monitor as a scene is being filmed. The crew watches to make sure everything about the look of the cast is accurate and so touchups are done (called "finals") before the camera rolls on each shot. Sometimes there are several takes of a shot, so the crew makes sure that the cast's appearance is perfect for all takes.
This shows the other side of the loft. Some crew are making changes inside because as most of you know, the scenes in an episode of Heartland are not filmed in chronological order. You can see Script Supervisor Wayne Pells making notes. Wayne is in charge of continuity on set enabling the out-of-order process to take place without errors or confusion for the editors.
This is a photo of the loft above the house which is now Georgie's bedroom. As you can probably tell it wasn't being used yesterday. Note it is also built on a raised platform because from the inside it has to look as if you are entering or leaving the room via stairs.
This is the ranch house set and you can clearly see into the kitchen. Because there will be kitchen scenes shot here tomorrow, crew is readying the set ahead of time. Note that the wall opposite the mud room entrance is missing, allowing us to look in. An advantage of having a ranch house set, as opposed to filming in the actual house, is you can have way more space for the crew to move around by removing what are referred to as 'Wild Walls.'
There are more than one screen to wrap around the sets. For example,there is one with lots of dandilions, one with snow on the ground, and ones with different clouds and/or foliage. This adds variety to the look outside. Between these screens and the way the set is lit all weather conditions and any time of day or night can be created, depending on what the scripts call for.
Here is a photo of the screen with the view from the porch of the ranch house on it. Scenes filmed in the kitchen have this backdrop for any time the camera allows us to look outside the windows.
Like Georgie's loft, the main floor of the barn was not being used yesterday.
Here is the office set to the side of the barn, when it was ready for scenes to be filmed in it.
Same office; no bright lights in windows and silk frame leaning against desk.
When the office - or any set for that matter - is not being used for filming crew may inhabit the space to work or to store equipment that may be needed where filming is actually happening on the day.
So then, that's a look around the Calgary studio where Heartland is filmed. Over the next months I will provide additional photos and of course there will be more tweeted every day as part of Heartland on CBC's production tweets.
Before I go I wish to point out something that most of you know but may have forgotten, or perhaps you just didn't know.
When a season of Heartland ends there is usually snow on the ground. When a new season of Heartland starts a few months have gone by because it is spring. This is also true as we go into season 11. Baby _______ is not a newborn. The first family photo posted last week made that abundantly clear, but some of you were joking that she may be in grade 1 by the end of the season. That most certainly is not happening, but because a production season ends in December and the following season begins in May there has to be a gap in the storylines. But don't worry. The rest of the episodes will roll out exactly as they have every year for the past decade. You all seem to enjoy it; why would anyone change it?
Please have a good weekend. In fact, make it a great week, and I will be back next Thursday with another blog to entertain, educate and amuse you. In the meanwhile I shall remain, as always, obediently yours.
Tags: amy , georgie , heartland , lou , makeup , production , season 11 , tim , ty
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So you blew through Virgin River and Sweet Magnolias and you're wondering what to watch next. Well, look no further because we've found the perfect show for you—and you won't even have to leave Netflix.
Have you heard of the Canadian series Heartland? It sounds right up our alley! The feel-good family drama from our neighbors to the north is based on the books by Lauren Brooke, and it follows the highs and lows of the Fleming family as they run a ranch in beautiful Alberta. Here's the best news: The series has already been on the air for more than 13 years, which means there's some catching up to do! After a long wait, every season is now on Netflix, with the exception of the 14th season which is currently airing in Canada. (It's expected to hit Netflix in early 2022.)
The heartwarming hit is basically the equivalent of a warm blanket: comforting, cozy, and guaranteed to pick you up whenever you're feeling low. So allow us to introduce you to the Heartland cast, so you can start to see what all the fuss is about.
Amber Marshall as Amy Fleming
The Heartland story begins as Amy is grappling with the sudden loss of her mother. Eventually, our heroine realizes she has the same gift for helping horses that her mother had.
The Canadian actress (who's an equestrian in real life!) is known in the U.S. for her titular role in the TV movie The Elizabeth Smart Story and for appearing in Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
Tierney McAfeeTierney McAfee is a freelance writer and Country Living and The Pioneer Woman contributor who covers entertainment, holiday & entertaining, food & drinks, design ideas, DIY, and more.
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