Season 11 of Heartland is now on Netflix and in case you didn’t already know another two seasons are either out in the wild or in production. Here’s when season 12 and season 13 of Heartland will be on Netflix around the world.
Netflix has been excruciatingly slow at getting new seasons of Heartland. It’s typically between 1 and 2 seasons behind at any one time. Season 10 was added to Netflix in the United States in August 2018 with season 11 arriving on August 1st, 2019.
There’s a bunch of reasons why Heartland should be on your watchlist but if it isn’t already, here’s a little taste as to what you’re missing. The story is based on a book series by Lauren Brooke that follows two sisters and their grandfather looking after a ranch. It features the best parts of the job and the ever-changing landscape of running a ranch.
The show comes from CBC in Canada who distributes many of their shows on Netflix with some sitting under the Originals banner such as Workin’ Moms and Schitt’s Creek.
Season 13 of Heartland has already been given the go-ahead and is due to air on CBC in Canada in either late 2019 or early 2020. In a recent production update, they stated they were halfway through the filming of season 13.
When will season 12 of Heartland be on Netflix?
Season 12 has already aired on CBC in Canada so therefore is technically ready to be released around the world.
Netflix Australia already has season 12 of Heartland which means it’s all caught up and awaiting season 13.
Canadians will likely be the first to get Heartland with the past season dropping in October that means we could see season 12 of Heartland arriving before 2019 concludes.
Netflix in the UK will likely be the first region outside of Canada to get Heartland with new seasons tending to drop in April. That means an April 2020 drop is most likely.
The United States will likely be the last country to get season 12 of Heartland with it not being available until August 2020 at the earliest.
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