Poldark Season 3
Poldark season 3 started airing on Sunday, June 11, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E9 Episode 9
The season consists of 9 episodes.
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10 Revolutionary Facts About Poldark - via Mentalfloss
Whenever location is considered a character in a film or TV show, it’s inevitable that the tour buses will start rolling in. It’s no different for Poldark, which shoots in the southwest England county of Cornwall, and regularly enhances its narrative with sweeping vistas of its rugged coastline.
Poldark season 5 spoilers: Aidan Turner films horrific hanging scenes - but who dies? - via Express
Despite months of fighting the system, Ross’s new career only served to drive a wedge in his relationship, and he just about managed to dodge the law with the death of the sinister Monk Adderley (Max Bennett) following their pistol duel.
Poldark series 4 episode 1 review: Passion, politics and a tragic death sees the new run off to a flyer - via Radiotimes
Ross’s rousing oratory about the strength of mercy was almost Biblical in its power and the purity of its message. But it was not enough to save Zacky’s tearaway son, Ross clinging to his poor, distraught father as he was killed. It was a very moving moment that will be remembered, for my money, as one of the most powerful in Poldark.
Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson wows in claret gown as she transforms into Demelza for the hit show's final season - via Dailymail
Talking about the upcoming series, writer Debbie Horsfield revealed it will be based between 1800 and 1810, which takes place in between Winston Graham's seventh novel, The Angry Tide and The Stranger from the Sea.
Poldark season 5 spoilers: Boss confirms FINAL series and first details in shock bombshell - via Express
There has been much speculation over whether series five would be the last in the show, and now Debbie has shed light on the confirmed decision and what’s to come for everyone’s favourite 18th Century characters.
Previously on Poldark: Elizabeth tells George that she is carrying his child and George continues to mark his territory by erecting fences around Trenwith, denying commoners passage across his property. Dwight learns of Caroline's new engagement and enlists in the navy. Ross decides he must mend the rift between Caroline and Dwight before it is too late. Ross is called to Trenwith by George, suspicious that the purchase of Geoffrey Charles' share in the mine was fraudulent. Pascoe reveals to Ross that George will seek to bankrupt him through court proceedings. Demelza is assaulted for trespassing on Warleggan land provoking the villagers to march on Trenwith with vengeance in mind - will Ross be able to disband the mob? Elizabeth, meanwhile, is forced to face the possibility that her pregnancy might not, in fact, be the result of her union with George.
The arrival of the namby-pamby named Valentine presages ill for his half-brother Geoffrey Charles (Harry Marcus), who has inherited none of his late father Francis’s invertebrate tendencies and stepped forward to grab this opening episode by the frock-coated lapels. “I need no permission to visit my own <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Jasper Rees]
George Warleggan (Jack Farthing) intends to marry her to a local curate, but it does not take much for Drake (Harry Richardson) to fall for the sweet, quiet girl. Their romance buds amid potential disaster when news comes from sea that two frigates have been lost... and Dwight <...> - by Charity's Place - Season 3 [Charity Bishop]
Evil George Warleggan (Jack Farthing) refused to thank Ross, who slunk back home to continue thatching the barn. Still, these are good times for our favourite Cornishman. For once, Mr Pascoe (Richard Hope) of Pascoe’s bank, he of the Cornish Toby Jug face and the kindly twinkle, has good news for Poldark. Poldark <...> - by Daily Mail (UK) [Jan Moir]
And for the most part, it does appear that Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) is keeping his word to his wife Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) this season, although a shadow cools their once sizzling-hot romance. The season begins several months since last season, enough time for his old flame and one-night affair Elizabeth (Heida <...> - by indieWire [Hanh Nguyen]
I watched all ten episodes across a single weekend but accept this may not be possible for all, especially if you have a life. (I don’t, luckily.) It’s set in the mid-Eighties and is based on the real-life Glorious Ladies of Wrestling, an American wrestling TV show that became phenomenally popular. A <...> - by Daily Mail (UK) [Deborah Ross]