(NewsUSA) – Now more than ever, families appreciate the value of heartwarming television dramas that they can watch, enjoy, and discuss together.UP Faith and Family (UPFF), the streaming service developed by UPtv, offers commercial-free, family-friendly entertainment, including the popular series Heartland, which airs its 200th episode this season.Heartland, a multi-generational family drama set on a horse ranch in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, is in its 12th season, and remains popular with viewers who value the family bonding time as much as the program itself."From day one, I’ve felt such a strong connection with all of the actors," says actress Amber Marshall, who plays lead character Amy Fleming."I think that makes our show special, because when people watch Heartland, they can see that we genuinely love one another, and I think that’s important."Heartland is filmed and produced in Alberta, Canada, and the stunning scenery adds to the show’s appeal.Viewers of all ages and demographics can relate to the family drama, love, and fun, not to mention the beautiful horses. Longtime fans have followed the characters and their stories for years. Storylines include the relationships between husbands and wives, parents and children, and brothers and sisters, as well as interactions between humans and horses that create moving and powerful plot twists.Even after 12 seasons, Heartland remains consistent in its goal of providing programming that parents need not fear will be inappropriate for children."We need shows that have good wholesome values, and a show [where] people can sit down with their families and feel good about it," Ms. Marshall adds.In honor of the 200th episode, UPFF will present Heartland: Through the Years, a special program featuring behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the principal actors, producers, horse trainers, and other members of the crew.UPFF is available anytime for uplifting entertainment suitable for all ages, including kids’ programs, documentaries, and reality series. Families can download the app or visit Upfaithandfamily.com for more information about subscriptions and a 14-day free trial.The SVOD service is available on all major mobile and streaming platforms, including iOS/iPadOS, Apple TV, Android, Android TV, Roku, Fire TV and Xbox. It is also distributed by many partners, including Amazon Prime Channels, Xfinity, Dish, Sling, Cox and The Roku Channel.