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The next series was initially expected to follow series 3's example and go out in the summer of 2018. "I think it's probably a different time to last year, it's probably earlier from what I can gather," said Aidan Turner - so we might be looking at a late spring launch.
still has a sizeable roster of regular characters all expected to return for the fourth.
The third series of closed on a downbeat note: Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) cheated on Ross with suave, sight-impaired Hugh Armitage (Josh Whitehouse) – and while he might suspect something's off, officially her infidelity remains a secret... While his personal life may be in tatters, Ross's career also took an interesting new turn. Filming is again expected to take place across the South West of England – in Cornwall, of course, but also Bristol - with some additional shooting in London.
He finally embraced his role as the people's hero, deciding to pursue a career in politics and take down the likes of horrid George Warleggan (Jack Farthing) from within the belly of the beast. has jumped all about the schedule – its first outing came in the spring of 2015, with a second series following in the autumn of 2016.
We’re not saying at this stage either.”She went on to discuss how Ross and his wife Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) were handling the awkward situation, saying: “I personally feel they never have those discussions. All the time – and that’s what I love about him.”Season three of Poldark will mainly focus on the conflicted love triangle as uncertainty hangs in the air over the paternity of Elizabeth’s child.
Aidan Turner (Ross Poldark)Eleanor Tomlinson (Demelza Poldark)Ruby Bentall (Verity Blamey)Christian Brassington (Reverend Osborne Whitworth)Ellise Chappell (Morwenna Whitworth)Beatie Edney (Prudie Paynter)Jack Farthing (George Warleggan)Sean Gilder (Tholly Tregirls)Luke Norris (Dr Dwight Enys)Heida Reed (Elizabeth Poldark Warleggan)Harry Richardson (Drake Carne)Josh Whitehouse (Hugh Armitage)Gabriella Wilde (Caroline Enys)Tom York (Sam Carne)With another time jump on the cards, Harry Marcus - who won fans over with his charming turn as Geoffrey Charles in the third series - will be departing, with Louis Davison (son of Peter Davison) replacing him as an older version of the character.
Phil Davis, who played Ross's uncouth man-servant Jud Paynter in the first two series, decided to sit the third year out and while the actor's insisted that a comeback isn't "out of the question," he WON'T be appearing in series 4.
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