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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic family friendly series May 24 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a Canadian show filmed in the beautiful mountains of Alberta. It's about a teenage girl who is a talented horse whisperer. Lots of family drama and growing pains. Well worth it if you've never seen or heard of it. It's definitely something you could watch with your parents or your kids.
23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartland is the best! Jan. 8 2012
By Carebear - Published on Amazon.com
Heartland is an awesome, clean cut, horse lovers dream show. Season 1 was relatively easy to see via Netflix, but Season 2 is where the issues begin. Midway through Season 2, Netflix came to a complete stop. Thanks to Amazon, I purchased Season 2 and was able to finish that. Since, I've also purchased Season 3 and 4 through Amazon. The problem is that Heartland is produced by Canadian Broadcasting, and us folks from the US are excluded from seeing what is going on in Season 5, which is being aired in Canada right now. I have emailed CBC, but so far with no response as to why us folks south of the border are excluded or why it's not available to us. Once I started watching it, I was totally hooked on it. You really need to watch the episodes in chronilogical order so as not to miss anything.
25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Completely satisfied Jan. 4 2011
By jg - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
My daughter is completely in love with anything that has to do with horses, so I purchased this series for her. It has turned out to be a family favorite and are getting ready to purchase season 2.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good clean viewing Sept. 2 2011
By Gianna Barrow - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
A local CW TV station has picked this show up for Sunday early evening viewing. My husband and I love it and plan our Sundays to be home to watch "Heartland" at 6:00 pm. However, these are not showing in order and are a couple of years old. When I found that the seasons are available on DVD this was a must order for us both. The show presents characters that you can believe in with realistic attitudes and attributes. With the death of their mother, two sisters, as different as sisters can be, with their grandfather, work to keep the family ranch with different ideas. Amy, the youngest, continues her mother's work with abused and neglected horses, while Lou, with a MBA, tries her hand at developing an "equestrian retreat" (dude ranch). Grandpa Jack wants to keep to the old ways and offers Lou ideas to incorporate the old with her new ideas. The girls' father comes into the picture after the mother's death working nearby to earn the trust from his daughters and to become part of their lives. Lots of water under the bridge, though, between Dad and Grandpa! Then there's the snooty neighbors, what happened to Grandpa Jack's girlfriend, Lisa, and of course, Ty, the cute ranch hand that is turning out to be less bad boy and more insightful and thoughtful. Shot with the Canadian Rockies as back drop, this show is lovely to view. The music is relaxing and adds so much to the atmosphere of the show. Good clean wholesome fun for the entire family. No sex, no foul language and minimal, cowboy punchin' violence. You can't go wrong with "Heartland."
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Great series, terrible DVD quality. Sept. 29 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I own EVERY Season of Heartland on DVD and every single set I have owned (bought brand new mind you) has been terrible quality. The characters look grainy and the colors are very washed out. The odd thing is that the episodes on Netflix are almost HD quality so I don't get it. It seems as though whomever is converting it to the dvds is doing a shoddy job.

My husband walked in while I was watching (he is an Engineer) and said "Wow, that looks like a VHS" and that is exactly what it looks like. We have two HD TVs and I have watched it on both TVs and still the same results. I think they are cutting corners and using a crappy company to do their conversions. I feel a little ripped off to be honest. Especially since I am such a loyal fan and this is one of the biggest shows in Canada so its not like they are low on budget. If you can get your episodes any other way Netflix, iTunes, etc...I would do that. I know its nice to have the box sets , but believe me when I say its not worth the $45.

Unfortunately I live in the US so I have no choice, but to buy the box sets since Netflix takes forever to post the seasons up and apparently there is a Canadian iTunes and a USA iTunes so it won't let me buy the episodes through their because they are only offered to Canadians.

If you have a choice skip the DVDS as they are terrible quality. I actually just bought Season 5 and its so grainy that I have been watching it on YouTube, thats how sad it is. I own the Dvds and I am having to resort to YouTube to watch it because the quality is so annoying. I even played one episode on Netflix on one TV and then the exact same episode from the DVD on my other TV and the difference in quality was astounding!! The Netflix version had vibrant colors and no graininess and the DVD version was very washed out (think VHS from the 90's).

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