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Date: Feb 18 12:04 AM, 2018
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Love it.  Just beautiful.  A happy surprise.



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Date: Feb 14 9:48 PM, 2018
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A heart warming Valentines preview of Series 4. Urrrggh, I just cant wait. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu9UU2T36SM&feature=youtu.be



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Date: Jan 21 4:09 PM, 2018
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Looking like Series 4 will be 8 episodes only. cry 

http://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/poldark-makers-shoot-scenes-new-1029655

But for now the latest is that filming wrapped on Friday (19th). 

 



-- Edited by Pollie on Sunday 21st of January 2018 04:28:46 PM

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Date: Jan 19 12:42 AM, 2018
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Hey everyone, my first post on this lovely forum and of course it draws on my giddy excitement for the next series, series 4. 

 

So I saw this article from the 'International Business Times' from December. I'm not sure if we can post links here but I have pasted some excerpts below and this give us an idea of what to expect. I thought this was only right to share this with you.

"The new villain next year is Monk Adderley, Horsfield revealed in an interview with Radio Times. This is a character that Ross (Aidan Turner) will meet in London after taking Georges (Jack Farthing) seat in the parliament.

Hes completely amoral but such a vividly drawn character, Horsfield said about Monk Adderley. The villain is Georges friend, and he will clash with Ross. The writer described the new character as someone everyone will love to hate.

Ross has not been keen on going to Westminister, but something catastrophic will happen in the premiere episode of series 4, forcing the young miner to rethink his approach in chasing power and position. Ross will realise that to have the power to make the changes he wants, he will have to get out o his comfort zone.

A change of scene from Cornwall to London will be a treat to viewers, according to Horsefield. The other characters that fans will get to meet in London are Prime Minister William Pitt and anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce.

On the personal front, series 4 will explore why Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) chose to go with Hugh Armitage (Josh Whitehouse). Horsefield teased that Demelzas reasons were many and complex.

On the positive side, things will look up for Morwenna (Ellise Chappell) and Drake (Harry Richardson). However, fans will have to prepare because apart from the affirming storylines, there will also be some utterly tragic ones next year.

There has been no announcement of the exact release date for Poldark series 4. A source has reportedly said they expect the show to return by early summer next year."

I am intrigued by the likely exploration of Demelza's dalliance with Hugh and whether Horsefield will stray far from the book. Does the book really set out her reasons clearly? It seems that from season 3 she tried to set the tone as one where Demelza was not just sympathetic towards Hugh who would lose his eyesight but also frustrated by Ross who told her to "find a pet", met up with Elizabeth, kissed her and kept this too himself. 

 

 


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