Heartland season 11
TV channel: CBC
Original release: 2007-10-14
About TV show Heartland season 11
The heart of the action is the horse "Heartland" on which neglected or ill-treated horses are treated with alternative healing methods. After the tragic death of Marion Fleming, their daughters Amy and Lou, together with their grandfather Jack Bartlett, try to avert the threat of financial ruin from the farm and preserve their mother's legacy.
The first season starts with the car accident, when the mother of 15-year-old Amy Fleming fatally killed the neglected stallion Spartan during the rescue operation. When Amy wakes from the coma because of the serious injuries in the hospital, she learns that her mother died in the accident. Thereupon a world collapses for them.
From now on, Amy was responsible for the horses alone. In this difficult task she is supported by her grandfather, Jack Bartlett and the stablebuster Ty Borden, who has now come to the ranch. Amy's older sister Lou also travels from New York to settle the finances and help her family. In the course of time the 15-year-old treats many traumatized horses, including the Promise, which can not be saddled for unexplainable reasons, and the former race horse Gallant Prince, which leaves no one close to him after a stable fire.
To save the ranch from bankruptcy, Lou organizes an "open day" and turns a commercial - with success. Their efforts pay off. When a former employee of her father from revenge sets the stable on fire, the Fleming family is aware that the people around them do not let them down. Many friends come to help rebuild the burnt down stall. The fire is just one of the many obstacles facing Amy and her family over the years.
Heartland season 11 release date
September 24, 2017
Heartland is a Canadian television series based on Lauren Brooke's book series. The series has been broadcast on the Canadian broadcaster CBC Television since October 14, 2007, and now includes nine seasons with over 150 episodes. It is thus the longest-running one-hour drama drama in Canada to date. On March 16, 2016 CBC announced the extension by a tenth season.