UPtv streams long-time family TV series
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May 2020Heartland, a television series set in the Canadian Rockies, debuted in 2007 and became the longest-running one-hour drama in Canadian television history in 2015.

The family series is now available on UPtv (uptv.com), an Atlanta-based television and streaming service. Heartland is based on the Heartland book series by Lauren Brooke. Protagonist Jack Bartlett and two adult granddaughters navigate the challenges of multi-generational family issues in the equally challenging context of running a ranch to restore abused and neglected horses.

UPtv focuses on movies and series television, old and new, that uplift faith and family, e.g., Little House on the Prairie and Bringing Up Bates. The UPtv service is in nearly 70 million U.S. homes, can be found on most cable systems in the U.S., and offers free trial subscriptions.

uptv.com, 3/5/20