Sunday, January 9, 2022

BREAKING NEWS: ALL CREATURES GREAT & SMALL RENEWED FOR TWO MORE SEASONS AHEAD OF SUNDAY SEASON 2 PREMIERE IN USA!

ALL CREATURES GREAT & SMALL
RENEWED 4 3RD & 4TH SEASON
Season two arrives to PBS this Sunday
Before we return tomorrow with a massive spotlight on movie and television adaptations you can expect to arrive this year, I have great news for all of you fans of heart warming family shows (and we do not have a lot of those these days): Channel 5 has renewed their hit series ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL not just for season three but also for season four! The series, which had great success with the second season that aired this Autumn in UK and has just aired the special holiday episode at Christmas, will
Second season already aired in UK
arrive with the second season to American audience this Sunday, January 9th on PBS Masterpiece.
 
SEASON THREE OF THE SERIES
will see the Skeldale House family in the Spring of 1939 as the prospect of another World War looms large over the Dales. Change is afoot for the Darrowby residents, especially James and Helen, who got engaged in the Christmas episode and are embarking on the next chapter of their lives as the wider world around them heads toward a period of great uncertainty.
WHO IS RETURNING?
As Daily Mail reports, season three, based on James Herriot's novels, will see Nicholas Ralph as young vet James Herriot, and Samuel West as his mercurial mentor Siegfried Farnon, return to Yorkshire this spring for
Nicholas Ralph will lead season three and four as well
shooting of six new episodes plus again a Christmas special. Anna Madeley will also return as the matriarch of Skeldale House, Mrs Hall, together with
Samuel West will return as chief vet Siegfried
Callum Woodhouse as Siegfried's slowly maturing brother Tristan and Rachel Shenton as local farmer Helen Alderson. The show set in the
Over four million viewers watched each season 2 episode in UK
Yorkshire Dales in the 1930s will also see the return of Patricia Hodge as the aristocratic Mrs Pumphrey, and her adored pampered Pekingese Tricki Woo. 

14 comments:

  1. i'm not surprised. ACGAS is an example of what the government has demanded from the BBC, shows that support "british"values and culture.

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    1. And yet BBC turned it down two years ago for not having black characters in it, racism much? Now they can only cry watching Channel 5 scoring success that BBC would dearly like to have :)

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    2. i didn't know that fact. It thrills me to see them crying.

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    3. They deserve it! They have not had a hit outside crime genre for years.

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  2. Just finished the season two..still find the original one was better though.

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    1. I haven't watched the original, but I find this one cute and much needed, although the scripts could be more dynamic and original.

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  3. I dont know this film series before but its trailer looks nice.

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  4. I still want to see this one, but I need to stop being cheap and pay for PBS on Prime. I did see the first episode and loved it.

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    1. It is a lovely series that you can watch with the kids without being ashamed of anything. Probably the only such show currently on TV.

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  5. Jason will kill me if I sign up for another streaming service, but I will be looking for torrents of this when I have time to binge watch what's already aired.

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    1. This one is on PBS Masterpiece, so you already have it if you are on Amazon, but even if you don't PBS would be the first thing to have as they air all these lovely period set dramas over at your side of the pond. Poldark included.

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    2. PBS only offers a handful of shows free for streaming, then we have to pay more on our Amazon account if we want the rest :(

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    3. They are such bastards, handsome,but bastards!

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