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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Poldark season 5: Will it be the last series? - via Express
Show writer, Debbie Horsfield has confirmed she has started writing for the next season, however she told the Radio Times: “As far as we’re concerned it’s going to be the last.”
'Poldark' Season 5 Air Date, Spoilers: Installment Said to Be the Last; Aidan Turner Might Not Return? - via Econotimes
“Poldark” season 4 ended on July 29 and it was said that filming for season 5 could start as early as late September or early October. The schedule of filming also depends on the cast members’ availability for some of them have other projects to complete.
Poldark season 5 will air in 2019 - but will it be the last? - via Tellymix
"It’s been big for us all and it’ll always be a special thing but things naturally do come to an end and I think we’ve done really well with Winston’s books and I hope he’d be really proud," he said. “But it’s nice when things naturally come to an end, you don’t want things to go on really long.
Poldark, series 4 episode 2 review - Ross and George's metaphorical battle for supremacy continues to win us over - via Telegraph
If that was a spoiler, apologies, but think of the upside: no more of Hugh’s snivelling poetry. Even as he carked it, he was churning out doggerel like an 18th-century Dr Seuss. It still beggars belief that Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) would have fallen for such a wuss.
Poldark season 4 streaming: How to watch Poldark online - via Express
“Hugh’s (Josh Whitehouse) worsening health threatens his chance to stand in the election however, and the prospect of him remaining in Cornwall adds pressure to the Poldark’s fragile marriage.
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]