Episodes of the television show "Heartland" cannot be watched on the UP network's website. The station is unable to run full-length episodes because cable providers have the rights to the show, according to UP.
"Heartland," an hour-long Canadian drama, began airing in 2007. As of 2015, it is in its eighth season and has been renewed for a ninth. The show focuses on a family dedicated to healing abused and neglected horses on their ranch.
In the United States, "Heartland" airs on the UP network, which presents original movies, television shows and specials that aim to inspire viewers. It is available through most cable providers, the Dish network, DirecTV and Verizon FiOS. UP's website includes information about "Heartland," including an introduction to the show, cast bios and interviews, photos, an episode guide and scenes from each episode.