Well, now that the NHL and CBC have welcomed back the Winnipeg Jets we can settle down and get on with the serious business of bringing you another brand new adventure in the Heartland saga, as this Sunday, October 16, Episode 504 - "Beyond Hell's Half Mile," written by Ken Craw and directed by Grant Harvey - premieres on CBC Television at 7:00pm (7:30pm in Newfoundland)! Read on...
There's a lot going on this time, when Amy's asked to work with a chuck wagon horse. As she tries to learn the problem she discovers an impediment that could put the entire team in danger and change the dynamics of a prominent chuck wagon family...
Back at Heartland, everybody deals with sleep deprivation as Lou and Peter desperately try to get Katie to sleep at night. Mallory thinks --as she often does-- that she's found a solution, but her sleep training method ends up pitting Lou and Peter against each other.
And Caleb surprises Ty when he returns to the trailer... without Ashley.
Yes, once again there's a LOT going on this Sunday on Heartland!
Coincidentally, Grant Harvey - who directed this Sunday's episode - will be returning to set tomorrow to direct the next block of filming, as production starts on the 15th and 16th episodes of this 5th Season. If you follow @HeartlandOnCBC on Twitter you can get several updates a day, right from the set, detailing and hinting things that are happening during production. If you're a fan of Heartland, this is one of the best ways, along with hanging out on the Facebook page and (I certainly hope!) reading these blog posts, of being as knowledgeable as possible about Heartland!
And for those of you looking to have your own copies of the series, November 1 is not that far away (A little over 2 weeks to be precise). That is the date that the Season 4 DVD of Heartland, along with a bunch of extras - including bloopers, will be available. But in addition, the two-hour special holiday movie, "A Heartland Christmas" --which a lot of you saw last December on CBC-- will also be available to purchase separately. Watch for them where you usually buy your DVDs, or of course you can order them from the CBC Gift Shop, who will happily ship them anywhere in Canada, or, of course, Amazon.
So that's about it... but a new episode of Heartland in 3 days is usually enough, isn't it?
Here's hoping you enjoy it and I'll be sitting here eagerly waiting to read your comments about the episode! Be sure to come back and let us all know what you thought of "Beyond Hell's Half Mile," this Sunday's new episode of Heartland.
Have a great weekend everyone!