Lou and Peter have rekindled their longtime on-again, off-again relationship on the most recent season of Heartland.
Heartland follows Amy, Lou and the rest of the Fleming family as they navigate their complicated personal and professional lives.
Lou Fleming has always had a complicated romantic history on the show, but by the end of the most recent season, she ended up back with Peter.
Heartland is a Canadian family drama series, which is based on the Heartland book series by author, Lauren Brooke.
The show follows the lives of Amy Fleming and her older sister, Louise “Lou” Fleming, who live on the ‘Heartland’ family ranch in Alberta.
Life on the ranch is not always easy, but the sisters, their grandfather, Jack, their father, Tim (and the farmhand, Ty) always seem to find a way through even the most difficult struggles when they work together.
Heartland has always been a fan-favorite among both Canadian and American audiences, and the series has now even earned the title of being Canada’s Longest Running One Hour Family drama after 16 seasons on the air.
Heartland has also officially been renewed for a 17th season, which is set to start airing very soon in Canada.
This is who Lou ends up with in season 16 of Heartland
A lot has changed on Heartland over the years, and with the next season of Heartland on the horizon, it may be best to remind yourself of the important details of what has happened in the series thus far. And this includes the details of Lou’s complicated love-life.
When Heartland first started airing in 2007, Lou was in a steady relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Carl.
However, in the more recent seasons of the series, Lou has been involved in a complicated love-triangle with Peter Morris (the father of her children) and Mitch Cutty (who was hired at Heartland as a ranch hand).