Tuesday, September 11, 2018

THERE WON'T BE A TEN YEAR GAP IN FINAL 5TH SEASON OF POLDARK WHICH ADS VINCENT REGAN AND OTHERS TO THE CAST!

   'POLDARK' SEASON 5
WHAT WILL HAPPEN AND WHO ARE THE NEW CAST MEMBERS?
While Americans are waiting to watch the fourth season of epic saga POLDARK at the end of the month at PBS, British BBC has announced how
Season 4 stars on PBSMasterpiece September 30th
the fifth and the final season will look like next year! They have also announced our dearest 300, Royals and White Princess star Vincent Regan, Lily Dodsworth Evans, Kerri McLean, Peter Sullivan, Freddie Wise and Sofia Oxenham as the new cast members who will join Aidan Turner in the series finale which starts filming this week. Although there is a ten year gap between the seventh novel (the last one covered so far on the telly) of Winston Graham's saga on which the series is based, and the eight one, the writer of the show will still cover the lives of the Poldarks, George Warleggan, the Enyses, and the Carnes in this intervening period, which means the actors won't have
Our dear Vincent Regan is joining season 5 in unspecified role
to look so much older. As you know, the series follows captain Ross Poldark after he returns to his father's estate in England from the American War for Independence.

IN POLDARK SEASON FIVE
it is a new century and with it comes the promise of a hopeful future, but the past casts a long shadow over Cornwall. Following the death of Elizabeth, Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) resolves to put Westminster behind him and spend
Jack Farthing's George Warleggan will again do his best at doing evil
more time with the people he loves. However, when an old friend emerges with a plea for help, Ross is compelled to challenge the establishment again. As the Enyses (Luke Norris and Gabriella Wilde) rally to join the cause,
Gabriella Wilde and Luke Norris will return as the Enyses
Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) must contend with dangers close to home, while George (Jack Farthing) courts corrupt powers whose influence spans the Empire.

6 comments:

  1. It's probably much easier if they don't have to age the characters. I'll probably start on this one next spring.

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    1. It was fun while it lasted, it had just eight episodes per season so it does not really feel like a five year saga.

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  2. I've heard of Poldark, but I have no idea when it comes on. I probably don't need to get caught up in another TV show. I probably would be better off just avoiding TV for awhile, but I guess I'm addicted.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. You have it under the first photo, Lee, the fourth season starts September 30th at PBS Masterpiece :)

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  3. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much would you rate Poldark?

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    1. About seven, methinks, due to too much repetitiveness in the writing and among the characters, a tad bit boring costume design and a few insignificant characters that get too much space. But it is a series that is easy to get used to and I've always liked the old-school style of production, we don't have a lot of such shows on the telly these days. I'd probably put more humour in it and happiness, but I'm guessing the novels were not written like that. BBC will definitely have a massive gap after it ends, especially since most of their historical shows in recent two or three years were forgettable disappointments.

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