The locally produced and staffed TV show "Ride" is now accessible for streaming on Prime Video, Crave, and the CTV Drama Channel.

Ryan Hunter, who grew up in Airdrie, was the third assistant director for the RIDE series and has worked on the set of several high-profile films and series produced in the province.

"Ride," a Hallmark Channel show, has been taken up by all three platforms, and you can now watch all ten episodes of season one.

Ride, dubbed a Heartland-style television show, is about a family who maintains a ranch and competes in rodeo events.

The majority of the filming took place in the Foothills, including High River, Turner Valley, Longview, and the Calgary region.

A second season was also announced previously, although it has yet to be confirmed. This could be related to the Hollywood writers' strike, though this also has yet to be confirmed.

Hunter has also worked on films and series such as The Last of Us, Under the Banner of Heaven, High School, and Fargo.

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