“Karen Kingsbury’s A Thousand Tomorrows” is a love story for the ages and shows real sacrifice and loyalty in the face of insurmountable odds.
The six-episode series from AFFIRM Originals premieres the first two episodes on Friday, February 24, with new episodes following every Friday. The series is about Cody Gunnar, a nationally-renowned bull rider who is cocky, brash and a legend among his peers. On track to the top, Cody has rejected everything about his past – his famous father, hurting mother and every woman who ever came along. His heart only has room for his younger brother, Carl Joseph. That’s when barrel racer Ali Daniels enters his life. Only God knows how many tomorrows they will have together. Can Cody and Ali make the most of their time in the dangerous and competitive rodeo world?
Watch the first 2 episodes of A Thousand Tomorrows on PureFlix starting February 24th, new episodes every Friday!
“I can really relate to my character Cody Gunnar,” said actor Colin Ford. “I grew up a Christian, but didn’t really practice my faith in my youth and that’s changed a lot in the last few years. Cody experienced trials and tribulations in his childhood and was focused on surviving. It’s not until he meets Ali that he learns faith is what can sustain him through love and loss.”
Review of Episode #3: A touching love story set on the rodeo circuit based on the book by best-selling author, Karen Kingsbury.
Cody Gunnar is living the fast life of a bull rider with dreams of the NFR, but all the while he seems to be running. Running from his mother, his father, the pain of the past. Until he meets barrel racer Ali Daniels who has him looking at life in a new way.
An engaging drama, it does a great job of realistically bringing to life the challenges, risks and rewards of living on the rodeo circuit. I was so excited to see this book brought to the screen, especially as a Karen Kingsbury fan who can't resist a good Western. This particular episode was my favorite so far, as we get to see Ali and Cody spend more time together, finding a unique friendship and in each other someone to confide in.
Ali is a beautiful young woman inside and out, she has a passion for rodeo, never takes a single day for granted, and doesn't take part in the rodeo social life. I loved that she has a concerned and supportive family around her. It was also nice to see a lighter side of Cody, through his friendship with Ali and how it has changed him.
The series is well acted and has plenty of rodeo action, though parts of the cowboy nightlife are shown, it never goes past PG, and I think that it would be a great series to watch as a family. I'm excited to see where this series will lead!
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