From Bill Brioux of the Toronto Star:
- Into the Heartland for the holidays
“Heartland a corny horse opera aimed at the sticks? Smile when you say that, partner. The Sunday night family favourite is CBC’s stealth hit, galloping off with a steady million viewers a week.” Read more.
From Eric Volmers of Postmedia News:
- Christmas in the Heartland
“Instead, we get a tale of family dysfunction, avalanches, death and starving horses. While it all comes to an appropriately uplifting end, getting there offers some of the more dramatic moments to have ever met Alberta’s cheery Fleming family during Heartland’s four-season run.” Read more.
From Bill Harris of the Toronto Sun:
- Da Vinci Star loves Heartland
“Having seen Nicholas Campbell in A Heartland Christmas, we had to ask him: Why are you so good at playing a crazy old coot? “After filming that, I lost about 20 pounds and got my hair dyed again so I’m looking more like myself,” the well-known Canadian actor said with a laugh.” Read more.
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