Friday, August 5, 2016

'POLDARK' EPIC SERIES SEASON 2 TEASER AND PHOTOS WITH AIDAN TURNER! BBC'S 'WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION' AGATHA CHRISTIE SERIES CASTS ANDREA RISEBOROUGH

'POLDARK' SEASON 2
TEASER HAS BEEN RELEASED!
OK, miladies, you can start shedding tears, because they're taking Poldie to prison! At least that is what the first teaser for the second season of BBC One's mega popular epic series POLDARK is showing us! Not that we did not expect it from the end of the first season! Starring stunningly charismatic Aidan Turner again as ex American Revolution soldier who returns to his family estate in Cornwall, POLDARK will start airing its second run first Sunday in September in UK and then from September 25th at PBS in USA! The third season has already been commissioned!
TOUGH YEARS FOR POLDARK  
Beside being arrested and fighting to save his mining business in the time of poverty, whilst also grieving the loss of his first child with his loving Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson), we can expect Ross facing new battles, new family and new loves in the backdrop of the French revolution which casts a shadow over life in Cornwall. He will also go naughty again with his old love Elizabeth (Heida Reed) when ten new episodes of the late 18th century set series, based on Winston Graham's bestselling novels, hit the small screen of British National Broadcaster on Sunday September 4th! John Nettles has joined the cast as a wealthy landowner.



ANDREA RISEBOROUGH CAST
 IN AGATHA CHRISTIE'S 'THE WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION'
Speaking of BBC, you know how we loved Aidan Turner in last year's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE mini series, and now they're doing another one from Agatha Christie to be aired in two episodes at Christmas! I've already informed you that it will be a two part adaptation of her WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION and now they've cast Andrea Riseborough as the first cast member!
Christie's story follows Leonard Vole who is arrested for the murder of Emily French, a wealthy older woman who was unaware that he was involved with another woman, Romaine (Riseborough). Emily made Leonard her principle heir, casting suspicion on him. John Mayhew, lawyer, down on his luck, comes to his rescue when Romaine agrees to testify not in his defence but as a witness for the prosecution.

26 comments:

  1. Ooohhh Witness for the Prosecution looks interesting. I love a good murder/mystery.

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    1. You should watch last year's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE it was marvellous!

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  2. Hi Dez!
    Thanks for the info about Poldark...
    Loved the first Season!
    Hope you are having a great summer...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Hope we get character photos soon!
      A working one for me as usually!

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    2. Are you a teacher like Blue???

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    3. Professor by degree but a book translator by profession :)

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  3. Agatha Christie mysteries are always good fun!

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    1. And Then There Were None was so good! And such amazing cast!

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  4. Loved the original Poldark. Love the reboot. Love Aidan Turner :)

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    1. they say we should not expect shirtless scenes from him in the second season :(

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  5. I like a good Agatha Christie mystery. Sounds fascinating!

    Haven't seen Poldark yet.
    ~Jess

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  6. Some day I will catch Poldark. I am just now catching up on the last season of Downton Abby.

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    1. Unlike Downton Crappy :) Poldark is really a lovely series, old school and engaging

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    2. You hush! I love Downton ;) Jason has me hooked on Arrested Development too. I think that ones from many moons ago. We are sooo far behind in our tv viewing. I was hoping to catch up on Outlander this summer, but with everything going on, I've only watched the first two episodes of this season so far. Maybe when the girls head back to school, I'll be able to start watching a little more.

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    3. first two episodes of OUTLANDER was the furthest I went, it turned into such a base, primitive and disgustingly vulgar show. When she started shaving her minge in front of them, I called it quits...

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    4. Yes, that was quite a vulgar scene. The French sure aren't shy, but no need to put all that on display.

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    5. yes, especially since that episode was all base like that and it had the ugliest of dresses and boobs I've ever seen when Claire went down the stairs like a slut.

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  7. Loved Poldark. Looking forward to September :)

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    1. hope the new characters will be fun!

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  8. I have a friend who's a huge Christie fan. She'll be thrilled.

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    1. I don't read Christie, but these adaptations are thrilling to watch even for me :) It is all about the British touch and their thespians

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  9. Agatha Christie! It's been a while..I was wondering where my books are :)

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