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American Hallmark Channel and Canadian broadcaster CTV (e.g. “Carter”, “Transplant”) have teamed up to produce the new rodeo and family drama “Ride”.
Based on an idea by author duo Rebecca Boss and Chris Massey (most recently “Our Kind of People”), the focus is on the multi-generational Murray family, firmly rooted in rodeo sport and helping To work together. Farm to sustain a financially troubled family. after a
sad loss Each member of the family must navigate their own complicated path to self-realization, while uncovering a web of secrets that threatens to tear the family and their small Colorado hometown apart. Emotions run high in the complex undead clan and arguments are not uncommon, but the family also has close ties and doesn’t lose a member.
The unconditional desire to be together is represented above all by three heroes: the widow, former rodeo queen Missy, matriarch Isabel and Valeria, who ran away as a teenager.
A cast of the lead roles is not yet known, with the series scheduled to air in 2023. NBC is currently developing a pilot series in the rodeo business, “Unbroken”, in which Scott Bakula (“Navy CIS: New Orleans”) plays an aging rancher whose family legacy is also financially threatened—three Very different young women, their enthusiasm and talent for rodeo are their only chance at survival with farm horses whose potential buyers want to include them in their vineyards (fernsehserien.de reported). The broadcaster will not take any decision on the order of the series till the end of the year.
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