Radio Times reports the Poldark TV show has been renewed for a third season on BBC One. According to the report, although the BBC has not yet announced recommissioning the program for a third series, filming has already been scheduled for September, 2016. In the US, season one of Poldark premiered on PBS under the MASTERPIECE banner in June 2015. The second season of Poldark will air on BBC One in fall, 2016. PBS has yet to announce Poldark, season two.
A British drama series set after the American Revolutionary War, the Poldark TV series cast includes: Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Jack Fathering, Kyle, Soller, Warren Clarke, Phil Davis, Beatie Edney, Ruby Bentall, Richard Harrington, Robin Ellis, Luke Norris, Richard Hope, Alexander Arnold, Pip Torrens, and Caroline Blakiston.
Here is more, from Radio Times:
Turner has already hinted at what might be in store for him and Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) when they return for series two this autumn.
“We pick it up exactly where we left off from last year,” Turner told journalists backstage at MCM comic-con, where he was appearing at a special Being Human reunion panel.
“So it’s a time when Ross and Demelza have just lost their child, his company is down the pan, they’re broke, and he’s been arrested. It looks like he’s going to prison.
“It’s a cheery beginning! And yeah, there’s so much story in it, and all the characters have massive arcs in the next series – I think we’re 10 episodes next series.
“I mean, it was big the first year, but with all the support and the fanbase that we’ve accumulated? It’s gonna be amazing.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of the Poldark TV series? Do you plan to watch the second and third seasons?