Is the Hallmark Channel show Ride on Netflix? (where to watch)

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These days, Westerns and cowboys are all the rage on the small screen. Netflix stepped into the ring with the teen drama series My Life with the Walter Boys and will next have the modern Western romance series Ransom Canyon. Last year, the Hallmark Channel jumped into the genre with Ride, a series that was later canceled after one season and will now air on The CW.

Last Man Standing star Nancy Travis stars in Ride as Isabel McMurray, the matriarch of the McMurray rodeo and ranch dynasty. Following an unexpected loss, the McMurray family must band together to help save their Colorado ranch. The series also stars Beau Mirchoff, Tiera Skovbye, Sara Garcia, Jake Foy, and Jacob Tyler Moore.

But how can new fans check out the Hallmark Channel original series? Will it stream on Netflix or a different streaming service? How can fans watch live? Here’s everything you need to about how to tune into the series as it gets a second chance on the small screen!

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Is Hallmark Channel’s Ride on Netflix?

Unfortunately, as of its premiere on television, the new Hallmark Channel show Ride isn’t available to watch on Netflix, and it's still not available in 2024. In the past, some Hallmark Channel shows like When Calls the Heart and Chesapeake Shores have been available on the platform for a limited time. As of January 2023, Hallmark’s Good Witch is still available to stream on Netflix.

If you’re looking for shows similar to Ride on Netflix, make sure to add titles like Heartland, Virgin River, Sweet Magnolias, The Ranch, My Life with the Walter Boys, and more to your watch list. There are also plenty on Netflix movies that have some sort of Western or family-friendly aspect.

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Where to watch the Hallmark Channel show Ride online

After its cancellation by Hallmark in November 2023, The CW announced in December that the network would reair all 10 episodes of the first season (the complete series) beginning on Monday, Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. ET. The episodes will stream on The CW's app and website the day after their televised airing on the network.

Although The CW will be airing Ride, there aren't any immediate plans for the network to save the series from cancellation and pick up a second season. But the network, which has been attempting to settle on an identity in its era of new ownership, would definitely be smart to rescue Ride and partner it up with hits like Walker or Sullivan's Crossing.

If you aren’t able to watch the series on The CW or its website, or you want to watch it before its second chance airing, there are many ways for viewers to check out Ride. Fans can still check out all of the episodes on Hallmark Movies Now with a subscription. You can also buy the full season on Amazon Prime for streaming, and the first season has been released on DVD.

The Hallmark Channel also struck a deal with Peacock for viewers to be able to watch the channel live on the streaming platform. Additionally, select titles in the network’s collection are available to stream on Peacock. As of Jan. 4, all 10 episodes of Ride are still available to watch on Peacock. It's unclear whether the show will be pulled once it begins airing on The CW, but it's unlikely.

Watch the trailer for the Hallmark Channel’s Ride in the video below!

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