Heartland – The Complete Season 13 DVD
Distributor: Entertainment One
Video Format: PAL Region 4
Number of Discs: 4
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A disgruntled horse owner causes problems for Ty and Amy’s business. Jack offers to teach Luke to ride a horse, and Lisa is regretting the decision to let Tim stay at Heartland. Amy is hired to gentle one of the wild horses, but his temperament may prove impossible to work with. Meanwhile, Georgie is dragged to a university open house by Peter and ends up face to face with Wyatt after months apart. Jack is faced with painful memories from his past, and the family is at a loss for how to help him. A dangerous windstorm wreaks havoc on Hudson. Amy and Ty worry about the impact a surprise visitor will have on Luke.
What is the release date for Heartland season 13?
Heartland is a Canadian family comedy-drama television series which debuted in Canada on CBC on October 14, 2007, and in the US on The CW, Netflix and UPtv. Reruns also air on BYUtv and Retro TV. The series formerly aired reruns on Light TV until the network shut down on January 15, 2021, and was replaced by TheGrio.tv, when it bought by Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group from MGM and on The CW until the rights moved solely to UPtv on 2010. The series also airs in syndication on the American satellite channel Heartland.
Will Heartland season 13 be released on DVD?
The series is based on the Heartland book series by Lauren Brooke and follows Amy Fleming and her older sister Louise “Lou” Fleming on their family ranch in Alberta, known locally as ‘Heartland’, where they live with their widowed grandfather Jack Bartlett, their father Tim Fleming and hired farmhand Ty Borden. While experiencing the highs and lows of life at the ranch, the family bonds and grows closer over the years. With the airing of its 139th episode on March 29, 2015, Heartland surpassed Street Legal as the longest-running one-hour scripted drama in Canadian television history.
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