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On January 14th, Heartland celebrated their 186th episode! This makes Heartland the longest running book to TV adaptation and we are so excited to celebrate this with them! 

Photo: TV Series Finale 


Back in October 2014, they celebrated their 125th episode, making it the longest-running one-hour drama in Canadian television history. The milestone at the time marked one more episode than another favorite, Street Legal. This show was also an hour-long CBC drama and it ended it 1994. Heartland has won several awards including best youth fiction program in a competition with TV shows from around the world.  (CBC News

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The show's star Amber Marshall says "I can't even believe we've done 125 episodes,” The now 26-year-old first rode into Canadian homes as a teenager in 2007. She plays Amy Fleming, a young girl who inherited a gift of healing horses from her mother and puts it to use on her family's Heartland ranch.


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Heartland is based on the 25-novel series of the same name created by Lauren Brooke. This series began in 2000 with the novel "Coming Home". The series is about a girl named Amy Fleming, who lives on a horse ranch called Heartland in Virginia, where she, family, and friends heal and help abused or mistreated horses. They attempt to help the abused horses by using psychologically based therapies instead of more traditional training methods. 





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