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A family drama series set in the rolling foothills of the Rockies, “Heartland” follows life on the Heartland ranch as Amy Fleming (Amber Marshall), her older sister Lou (Michelle Morgan) and grandfather Jack (Shaun Johnston) deal with the challenges of running the horse ranch that has been in their family for generations. Season ten of HEARTLAND follows Ty (Graham Wardle) and Amy's pregnancy journey but there are some bumps along the way leading into the highly-anticipated birth. Also, Mallory returns to Heartland and Lou explores new business opportunities while holding her own as a single mom. With familiar faces returning and new paths forming, the Bartlett-Fleming family continues to flourish while overcoming obstacles along the way. They always have each other for support as they tackle many of life's firsts together.
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And, to be upfront, I didn't give a what about the scenes of Ty in Mongolia. I was that frustrated he wasn't home with Amy. I was more into what was going on in Heartland: with Georgie's exploits with the stunt-performing Extreme Team; with my increasing anxiety over what's unfolding between Lou and Mitch (sorry, but I'm on Team Peter); with Jack's being gruff and wise and wonderful and trying to recreate a recipe without his trusty old stew jar; and with the infinite ways Tim could put his foot in his mouth while having the best of intentions.
I love these characters so much. Even side characters like Jade and Lisa have long ago grown on me. I marvel at how I get so excited to tune in to a show that doesn't generate the "excitement" of gun play and risqué stuff and excessive brooding. Heartland is a show about a very special family and how they make even the minutiae of everyday living so fun and fascinating. The secret, of course, is that if you like someone, really like someone, as much as we like the folks at Heartland, then you don't much mind spending time with them, even if it's during whatever mundane activity in a humdrum venue. It's about the company you keep. And when I say "humdrum venue," I, of course, refer to the rolling hills, the vast fields of grazing land, the spectacular mountains, and the stunning panoramas that constantly arrest the eye. And by "mundane activity" I mean loving and fighting and doing right by each other and, also, riding and training and keeping company with horses, some of whom have personalities enough that they're regarded as supporting characters in their own right.
I echo the impassioned grousing of the other Heartland addicts who don't inhabit Canada. It is SO DAMN HARD to get access to current episodes. And the DVD releases take forever to come out. So, yeah, I've become like that crack addict doing whatever he has to do to get a fix. And here comes Season 11, and here I go again, getting on YouTube and clicking on crap videos that've been speeded up and the sound tweaked and been pictured in picture. The things I do to enjoy family-friendly programming.