Counting Down the Days: ‘Heartland’ Season 17 Earliest Release Date Finally Revealed

Season 17 of ‘Heartland’ is out on Netflix. However, there is a catch here. It is not yet streaming on Netflix in the US. What’s on Netflix has reported on this matter. It is a feel good series which follows the Bartlett Fleming family in their homes at Alberta which is a Canadian province.

Here are all the details pertaining to the show, its releases and more:

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When is it releasing and where?

In Canada, CBC has pulled out all its content out of Netflix. This includes Heartland. It is presently streaming on CBC and CBC Gem and is available only on this.

In the US, while those wanting to watch it on Netflix will have to wait till end of 2024 or early 2025, there is another way. Streaming service ‘UP Faith & Family’ has begun to stream Season 17 from April 25 itself. All the seasons including Season 17 are available on this streaming service.

For the regions outside the US and Canada, Episode 17 is expected to release sometime in Mid Year. In the UK, Brazil and India, Episode 17 has already been released on Netflix.


In Season 17, the family knows about the value of dreams. While dreams do come true, sometimes life takes you on a different direction laced with challenges where you get opportunities to grow. Season 17 is all about new challenges and the path not taken.

This is exactly what the Bartlett-Fleming family faces. As they are excited about their future, they are all ready to face challenges in their lives, embrace new relationships and more. Amy (Amber Marshall), Lou (Michelle Morgan), Jack (Shaun Johnston) and Tim (Chris Potter) hold on to their believes while facing their lives, head on.


Q1. In the geopolitical world, who came up with the ‘Heartland Theory’?
 It was Halford Mackinder who came up with the “Heartland Theory”. Simply explained, those who conquer the heartland, conquer the world.

Q2. Heartland: Season 17 is produced by which country?
 It is a Canadian series.

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