The Durrells Season 3
The Durrells season 3 started airing on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — May 06, 2018. 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 S3E8 Episode 8
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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When is The Durrells back on TV for series four? - Radio Times - via Radiotimes
Based on the autobiographical novels of the real-life Gerald Durrell, including an adaptation of his best-known work, My Family and Other Animals, the drama-comedy stars Keeley Hawes and explores the lives and loves of the family as they try to adapt to a life so very alien to the one they had in Britain.
ITV Backs Genial Productions From 'The Durrells' Writer Simon Nye & Ex-Tiger Aspect Boss Sophie Clarke-Jervoise - via Deadline
Maxine Gardner, Finance Director ITV Studios UK, will take a seat on the Genial Productions’ board and will provide support to Genial during its start-up phase. ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVSGE) will be Genial’s distribution partner for all original formats created under its banner.
New comedy production house launched - via Chortle
Nye, who was behind Men Behaving Badly and The Durrells, said: "This is a huge thrill. I’ve been writing TV for 30 years and am looking forward to expanding my horizons into production.
Keeley Hawes grins as she's greeted by excited fans while filming new series of The Durrells in Corfu... ahead of ... - via Dailymail
'I went to Corfu Airport to go home for the weekend and was queuing to get on the plane when a lady came up to me with her little girl and said, 'We've been searching for you for 10 days and now we've found you!'
The Durrells to end after series four - via Radiotimes
The Durrells’ stint in Corfu ended in 1939, so the show always had a shelf life. Series three, which aired earlier this year, was set in 1937, so the new episodes (set to broadcast in 2019), are likely to depict the family’s final year on the island.
Previously on The Durrells: When Louisa informs her children that she is to marry Sven they immediately want to vet him. Despite them all approving of the match, well all but Leslie, they feel that something is not quite right and Louisa can't help but agree. The speed in which Sven sets the date makes Louisa question the marriage further, but the family rally round and embark on the preparations – even Leslie who hides his severe looking scorpion sting. A shock discovery by Louisa leads to a dark night of the soul with Larry. Will the wedding still go ahead and will Margo manage to entice the highly reclusive Countess to the island's event of the year? Eager to show off his growing menagerie, Gerry delights in setting up a zoo and is dismayed at the lack of visitors forcing Louisa to ask Spiro to drum up business. Leslie's scorpion sting makes Gerry question whether he should set his collection free but will he be able to give up his cherished collection? Feeling overwhelmed by the Durrell's, Nancy suggests she and Larry get a place of their own. Larry is unsure, Louisa resorts to underhand tactics to discourage the move and surprisingly even Leslie makes a case for Larry to stay. When Nancy says she wants to return to the UK she gives Larry an ultimatum. Will he follow his love or stay with his beloved yet highly dysfunctional family in Corfu?
And in the unlikely event that this didn’t leave your heart warm enough, you didn’t have to wait long for The Good Karma Hospital — a programme so similar in tone that it felt almost as if ITV had spent the ad break speedily replacing the Greek music, fauna and scenery with their Indian equivalents. Even so, ITV has now taken this tendency to surprising new lengths, with not one but two Sunday-night dramas that run consecutively and contain such traditional elements as gorgeous sun-dappled scenery, cute animals, gruff old-timers with hearts of gold and any number of lovable eccentrics. <...> - by The Spectator [James Walton]