Monday, June 5, 2017

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 'POLDARK' EPIC SERIES SEASON 3 WITH AIDAN TURNER AND ELEANOR TOMLINSON! CAST PHOTOS AND NEW TRAILER!


'POLDARK' EPIC SERIES
SEASON 3 STARTS THIS MONTH
Poldark returns June 11th
Just a little bit more patience, my Poldarkians, the wait is almost over: in just a week British national broadcaster BBC One will launch a brand new season of everybody's favourite period set drama POLDARK! The third season will begin with the first episode next Sunday, June 11th and you should really enjoy it while you still can, because according to the latest rumours around the net, the 18th century Cornwall set costume drama could find its very end with the fifth season in two years time since it is expected that by then and by this tempo it will have covered all of the material written by Winston Graham in his popular novel saga on Captain Ross POLDARK and his struggles to return his family estate to its glory after he returns home
Poldark cast is ready for new shenanigans!
from the war for independence across the pond. The third season arrives earlier than usual, probably to avoid the clash with ITV's rival Victoria series which won the previous prime time battle for ratings last
Apparently Aidan won't get shirtless in this season
Autumn when they both aired at the same time on Sunday evenings. BBC has, naturally, denied this, saying they just wanted to fill our summer with POLDARK. They did shoot the new season earlier in the
New season covers books 5 and 6 from Graham's saga
year than usual in order to catch the more colourful and green Cornwall landscapes in their shots as opposed to the murkier ones from the previous runs. PBS airs the series in USA from October 1st.

LOVE, SIN AND REVOLUTION
The brand new batch of nine season three episodes will see Ross and his loving but proud wife Demelza trying to forget the past and rebuild their marriage after his adultery with his late brother's wife who is also
Ross and Demelza will be richer in the new season
the love of his early youth, but new arrivals threaten their fragile reconciliation. Following hot on the heels of the second series, the third
Aidan Turner leads the cast as Ross Poldark
instalment (which covers the fifth and sixth book in Graham's novel saga) brings a host of new characters and worlds into play. It is 1794: Ross must traverse new family, new love and new conflicts, as the
Eleanor Tomlinson's Demelza won't be passive any more
French revolution casts a shadow over life in Cornwall. Facing battles both at home and abroad, will Ross answer the call and risk losing everything he holds dear?

A CAST OF NEW CHARACTERS
Ladies' fave Aidan Turner reprises his role as the hero Ross Poldark, as he tries to rebuild his marriage to Eleanor Tomlinson’s Demelza,
Jack Farthing again plays evil George Warleggan
but their fragile peace is disturbed by the arrival of her deeply Methodist brothers Sam and Drake Carne, played by Tom York (whom you might have seen before in SyFy's trashy epic series Olympus) and
Gabriella Wilde returns as rich heiress Caroline Penvenen
Harry Richardson (whom we fell in love with in ITV's period set mini series Doctor Thorne) respectively. Also returning are freshly married
Harry Richardson plays Demelza's brother Drake
Heida Reed as Elizabeth (POLDARK's old love and widow of his brother)  and Jack Farthing as George Warleggan (POLDARK's biggest nemesis) as they expect their first child and plot their ambitious
Ellise Chappell will play cousin Morwenna
rise to be the most powerful family in Cornwall. George will try to separate Elizabeth from her POLDARK roots and will employ Elizabeth’s cousin, Morwenna, played by Ellise Chappell as a
Tom York is Demelza's brother Tom Carne
governess to Geoffrey Charles, played by newcomer Harry Marcus. When Morwenna meets Drake Carne, the pair will fall in love and the Poldark and Warleggan households will collide once again. Sean Gilder
Josh Whitehouse joins the cast as Hugh Armitage
joins as Bartholomew “Tholly” Tregirls, a dangerous yet comical old friend of Ross’ father; Josh Whitehouse stars as Hugh Armitage, a
Heida Reed returns as Elizabeth, now Warleggan
Naval Navigator and romantic poet besotted with Demelza; Christian Brassington plays depraved clergyman Whitworth, who hopes to align himself with George Warleggan; John Hopkins plays Sir Francis
Luke Norris plays Doctor Dwight Enys
Bassett who is looking for a candidate to lead the fight against inequality and political corruption as embodied by Lord Falmouth played by James Wilby. Ciara Charteris also joins the cast as Tholly’s wayward daughter Emma Tregirls who takes a shine to Demelza’s brother, the Methodist preacher Sam.

12 comments:

  1. I wonder if tricorn hats will ever make a fashion comeback? No one ever thought full Victorian beards would ever be stylish again, but they are. So it's not a far-fetched idea.

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    1. twould be lovely indeed, but let us hope top hats don't return again, those I wouldn't do. I would do capes, and I hope capes return within my lifetime...

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  2. This cast of characters jumps out at you! From the faces to the costumes to the setting, the series looks great. On my list.

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  3. Certainly an attractive cast of characters!

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    1. and I did not even put into the post my fave one :)

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  4. I sometimes think that 5 seasons is a good number to end with. Some shows run on and on to the point where you just can't wait for their end.

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    1. and a lot of them should end on episode one :)

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  5. I haven't seen any of this series, but I do appreciate all the work that goes into making everything authentic looking. Especially the costumes. Thanks DEZ...

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    1. it has been quite a massive hit in UK and also in USA as well

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  6. love, sin and revolution..perfect recipe for a great show, rite :)

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)