Heartland fans rejoice, it’s official Heartland season 11 is happening. Amber Marshall, star of the hit series, announced that Heartland has been picked up for season 11 this morning via a video on the show’s social media accounts. In the video, Amber thanked the fans for watching season 10 and informed us that Heartland season 11 will be starting on CBC this coming fall. See the short yet oh so important video below.
Amber’s announcement video
Fans of the show have been waiting for this announcement for a while now, fearing that season 11 might not come. But, if you look at the show’s ratings for season 10 as well as fan reactions to all that happened on this season, could there really not be season 11? On top of that, this announcement of Heartland season 11 couldn’t have come at a better time because this Sunday, March 26, is the air date for the last episode of the show’s current season. So now we can all tune in this Sunday without fear and just enjoy Heartland season 10 episode 18.
Now that we know that we will be able to follow the Bartlett-Fleming-Morris-Borden family and their adventures for another season, what do you want to see happen on Heartland season 11? And what are you most excited about to see come next fall? Let me know in the comments or on social media!
My Heartland season 11 expectations
I know I can’t wait to see Amy and Ty raising their newborn child and all the antics that sure will come with that. Additionally, I would love to see Georgie having an even bigger part in helping Amy with horses and maybe see her working with her own client horses. When it comes to Lou, I would really like to see her relationship with Mitch bloom, as well as her continuing to peruse Maggie’s 2.0. It sure will be interesting to watch the business side of things for Lou now that Peter is on the verge of becoming an investor in Maggie’s franchise. As for the two oldest Heartland generation, it would be great to see Tim’s rodeo school growing. And I would also love to see Jack take up a new hobby or responsibility, that could provide some interesting and potentially hilarious story lines for the character.
Moreover, in the last couple of Heartland seasons, we have seen some previously unexplored horse disciplines and breeds. For example, we had an episode on Medieval jousting in season 9. And just recently Heartland season 10 episode 16 introduced Canadian Horse breed. So it would be amazing if Heartland season 11 would continue that tradition and give us more interesting horse breeds and equestrian sports.
P.S. In case you want to freshen your memory on what happened on previous Heartland seasons before season 11 starts, check out the DVDs for Heartland season 9, season 8, season 7 and season 6. And Heartland season 10 DVD should be out when the first episode of Heartland season 11 airs.