NEW Episode This Sunday: Riding Shotgun

Posted on Nov 10, 2016

Q: Are we one-third of the way through season 10 of Heartland, BW?

A: Yes.

Q: Can we still watch a new episode this coming Sunday on CBC at 7:00pm?

A: Yup.

Sometimes I don't need paragraphs and more paragraphs to answer questions. No need my friends, when a single word will do.

So yes, this Sunday, November 13 at 7:00pm (7:30pm in the fabulous province of Newfoundland) a brand NEW episode of television's favourite family drama will be broadcast on CBC. It has the interesting title, "Riding Shotgun."

In it, Lou is given a horse, and so Amy helps her sister nurture a connection with the animal while Lou wrestles with the implications of the unexpected (but still very nice) gift. Meanwhile, a crisis at the Wildlife Reserve brings Georgie and Adam together and forces them to take a risk that could have dire consequences. And when Jack faces a deadly threat it prompts Mitch to talk openly about his past. We get to learn a little more about Mitch Cutty this Sunday!

Take a look at the ten (it has been 10 every week, hasn't it?) new photos I have for you and you'll learn a bit more about my plot description. And yes, that is a pot-bellied pig. If you follow Heartland's production tweets you'll remember the name Petunia? Well... it's not a horse; it's this adorable pig. And I say adorable knowing that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

So please join me this Sunday and watch episode 1007 - "Riding Shotgun," directed by Chris Potter from a script by Pamela Pinch.

And let me tell you what the immediate future holds. The following Sunday - November 20 - will see the eighth consecutive new episode of Heartland on CBC. Then there will be a repeat of a previous season 10 episode on Grey Cup Sunday, November 27. But the following week - December 4 will see the return of another new episode, as we reach the halfway point of Heartland's 10th record-setting season.

And me? Your faithful Blog Whisperer will always be here each and every Thursday, to entertain, educate and enlighten you (the three E's). Until next time I will remain, as always, obediently yours.