Revenge is like biting the dog cause the dog bites you. It’s a waste of energy and all ya get’s a mouthful of hair.” Sounds very much like straight talk but makes the sense of the world, isn’t that very Heartland-like? Good news for the Heartland fans, Heartland Season 14 is all set to hit Netflix, and trust us when we say it is going to be up really soon. Heartland is a Canadian comedy-drama that follows Amy Fleming and her older sister Lou Fleming and the ups and downs of their lives on their family ranch. Created by Murray Shostak and executive produced by Heather Conkie, Tom Cox, Jordy Randall, and Michael Weinberg, the show has been able to create quite a following for itself in the past fifteen years.
Heartland Season 14 Trailer
The trailer portrays Amy and Ty’s beautiful relationship and their adorable daughter whom they wish the world for. But tragedy spares no one and it dawned upon Amy the very same way when she lost Ty in a sudden accident leaving her to be a single mother. The season will cast light on Amy’s efforts and challenges as a single parent while handling the responsibilities of the ranch and the horses she adores just so much. The trailer also shows the cracks in the interpersonal relationships of the protagonist which are very much evident in the shots. What’s there to see is how Amy will deal with it and bounce back for her daughter and those who are dependent on her.
Heartland Season 14 Plot
The story follows Amy Fleming and her older sister Louise “Lou” Fleming and their roller-coaster ride kind of life on ‘Heartland’, their family ranch. The sister duo lives with their maternal grandfather, Jack Bartlett. When their mother dies, their estranged father, Tim shows up. He was cast out by Jack for being an alcoholic but was reluctantly accepted back later. Another important part of the story is the hired farmhand Ty Borden who becomes much more of a part of the family than being a mere worker.
In all the knitted relationships and bonds, each member of the family faced their own ups and downs but with everyone else being at their back. It’s not always ‘peace in heaven’ but they manage to sail through and make things work.