Tiera Skovbye (Riverdale) will star in ensemble Hallmark’s new primetime ensemble drama Ride.
Also joining the cast is Beau Mirchoff (Good Trouble) as Cash McMurray. Cash is the second-born son who will carry on his family’s legacy. Sara Garcia plays Valeria Galindo while Jake Foy plays Tuff McMurray Cash’ younger brother.
Lisa Hamilton Daly, Executive Vice President, Programming, Crown Media Family Networks released the following statement:
“We are excited to welcome the talented cast of Ride to our family here at Hallmark Channel. We believe our viewers will be drawn to this exceptional, layered story that will make it a fan-favorite.”
What Is Ride?
Ride follows the lives of the McMurrays, part of a rodeo dynasty going back a generation, as they struggle to keep their beloved ranch afloat. After a tragic loss, each character embarks on an empowering journey of transformation and self- discovery while also uncovering a twisted web of secrets, threatening to tear the family and their small Colorado town apart at the seams. Emotions run high and clashes are common in the complicated McMurray clan, but they are a tight-knit group who don’t give up easily. And the three strong women of the family – widowed rodeo queen Missy, matriarch Isabel, and former teen run-away Valeria – resolve to stand strong against all challenges and save their land, come what may.
Rebecca Boss & Chris Masi and Sherri Cooper-Landsman are showrunners on the show.
Ride is co-produced by Blink49 Studios and Seven24 Films, in partnership with Bell Media for CTV Drama Channel. Based on an original script by husband and wife writing team Rebecca Boss and Chris Masi. They also, along with Sherri Cooper-Landsman, are showrunners and executive producers.
Production on Ride began earlier this month in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The series will premiere on Hallmark Channel in 2023.