Frustrated ‘Yellowstone’ Fans May Want To Jump On Hallmark’s ‘Ride’
Yellowstone fans who have a hankering for some rodeo drama don’t have to wait any longer. They may not even need to get a new streaming service. That is because Hallmark’s new rodeo drama Ride is premiering on Sunday, March 26.
Meeting the McMurray family, the Dutton equivalent of this series. Instead of Montana, the McMurrays are in Colorado. Like Taylor Sheridan’s hit series, there is love, lust, lots of plot twists, and a family desperate to save the ranch.
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What Do We Know About Ride?
What do we know about Ride, Hallmark’s answer to Yellowstone? According to the synopsis, Nancy Travis is Isabel McMurray. This widow is the matriarch of a multi-generation, small-town race family. She has managed to balance keeping the ranch going while raising her three sons.
The first is Austin, played by Marcus Rosner. He is a championship rider with confidence and skill. Next is Cash, played by Beau Mirchoff. The story takes place just as he returns from serving the country. Lastly is Tuff, played by Jake Foy. He is described as “ever-dependable.”
Next, is Missy (Tiera Skovbye), who is a talented rider and Austin’s wife. Lastly, there is Valeria (Sarah Garcia). She is a runway that was taken in by Isabel’s family.
In the first episode, Cash returns home from the service only to witness a family tragedy. Valeria leaves their small Colorado town without letting the family know. After a year of mourning, the ranch is in huge trouble. Can Isabel allow one of her sons to try to do what they can to save the ranch?
Moreover, can Cash’s “long-simmering feelings” for Missy complicate things at home?
Lastly, Valeria returns to town. But she seems more secretive than ever. Can the McMurray family survive the latest set of obstacles they need to conquer? Or will their personal passions get in the way of success?
When Can You Watch Hallmark’s Yellowstone-Like Series Ride?
Ride premieres on Sunday, March 26, at 9 p.m., Eastern, on the Hallmark Channel. In addition, you can watch the premiere on Peacock. In addition, the streamer will have each week’s episode available for 72 hours after the premiere.
Peacock is where Yellowstone fans have been watching the first four seasons of the Duttons. Therefore, this makes it pretty easy for fans to watch this new rodeo series.
In addition, this is Hallmark so that means no cussing or serious violence. That also means the whole family can sit together and watch a rodeo show together.
Best of all, the first season is 10 episodes long, and unlike Yellowstone, all 10 episodes have been filmed and are ready to go. Yellowstone fans are still waiting for them to get the cast together and film the final six episodes of Season 5.
Yellowstone fans, will you be checking out Ride?
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