Jason Priestly suffered an injury on the set of his new TV series Private Eyes, the star revealed on Twitter.

Priestley was filming a scene on a horse when he was thrown off and suffered a concussion, but by all accounts he wasn’t seriously injured.

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A comment on behalf of eOne and Global was provided to ETCanada: “While shooting a scene for Private Eyes on Monday, November 9, Jason Priestley fell from a horse and was subsequently taken to the hospital as a precaution. He was examined by doctors and discharged the same day. Jason is in great spirits and looking forward to returning to work next week.”;

If that wasn’t proof enough that he’s going to be ok, the star also tweeted:


Priestley is currently filming the new comedy-drama in which he plays a former pro hockey player who uses his uncanny ability to read people and anticipate their next moves to assist a sexy female P.I. Private Eyes is scheduled to premiere spring 2016 on Global.