Alberta-filmed Ride, which followed the McMurray rodeo dynasty as they struggled to keep their Colorado ranch afloat, has been cancelled by Hallmark after one season.
Ride followed the lives of the McMurrays, part of a rodeo dynasty going back a generation, as they struggled to keep their beloved ranch afloat in Colorado. Three strong women – widowed rodeo queen Missy (Tiera Skovbye), matriarch Isabel (Nancy Travis) and former teen run-away Valeria (Sara Garcia) – resolved to save their land, come what may.
Ride Season One:
Alberta filming dates: August 04 2022 – November 23 2022.
Showrunners: Rebecca Boss, Chris Masi, Sherri Cooper-Landsman.
Cast: Nancy Travis, Tiera Skovbye, Beau Mirchoff, Sara Garcia, Tyler Jacob Moore, Jake Foy, Vasilios Filippakis, Greg Lawson, Dylan Neal, Isla Spencer.
Nancy Travis is Isabel, the tough-as-nails McMurray matriarch.
Tiera Skovbye is the widowed, former rodeo queen Missy, who’s a McMurray by marriage.
Sara Garcia is Valeria McMurray, a former teen run-away.
Beau Mirchoff is Cash McMurray, the second-born son who’s expected to carry on the family legacy.
Jake Foy is Tuff McMurray, Isabel’s youngest son.
Tyler Jacob Moore is Gus, a stranger who comes in their lives.
Producers: Seven24Films, Intelite Entertainment, Circle of Confusion, PDM Entertainment, Hallmark Channel.
Filming in Alberta:
The rodeo scenes were shot at the Calgary Stampede.