Everything about Heartland, eh?

In the news: Canadian shows coming this fall

Sean Minogue of the Georgia Straight details the Canadian television fare waiting for us this fall, including Corner Gas, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Intelligence, Whistler, Heartland, Robson Arms, and No Opportunity Wasted:

  • The hockey, the heart, the hits of our fall TV
    “Toss the sunscreen aside and pick up the remote. It’s time to say goodbye to another balmy Vancouver summer. But don’t worry your fading farmer’s tan won’t be the only red-and-white thing this fall. Homegrown Canadian productions will keep you in your seat till Christmas with must-see documentaries, miniseries, and dramas.” Read more.


Amber Marshall as Amy Fleming in Heartland. Photo courtesy CBC.


In the news: CBC’s fall shows

Media in Canada reports on the CBC’s fall campaign for four of its female-skewing shows:

  • CBC bundles four shows in fall campaign
    “The broadcaster’s ad campaign for Heartland, The Tudors, No Opportunity Wasted and the second season of Little Mosque on the Prairie will include magazines, community newspapers, creative subway and streetcar domination.” Read more.

In the news: Heartland star Amber Marshall

Bill Harris of Sun Media interviews Amber Marshall, star of the new CBC series Heartland:

  • ‘Heartland’ star riding high
    “Speaking of TV series, there actually is another series called Heartland that is scheduled to air on TNT in the United States later this year, and Marshall acknowledged that has caused some confusion. Her Heartland is set on a horse ranch, and has nothing to do with human heart operations. ‘I hope they don’t get the scripts mixed up,’ Marshall said with a laugh. ‘One day I’ll be handling a horse and the next day I’ll be performing open-heart surgery.’ “