RADIO TIMES – The next series of Aidan Turner drama Poldark will start on BBC1 in June, RadioTimes.com can exclusively reveal. A BBC spokeswoman confirmed the news: “The earlier filming schedule on this series means that we can bring the much anticipated third series back sooner for fans to Sunday nights in June.” The second series aired in the autumn against ITV drama Victoria but senior BBC sources were insistent
The season finale of ‘Poldark’ series 2 aired last night and BBC One released a teaser of what’s coming on the show for the next season! How exciting? Sadly we have to wait several months now. But in the meantime, I will be able to update the gallery with everything Poldark related including HD screencaptures. Stay tuned!
‘Poldark’ returned last night on BBC One and Gabriella made her debut as Caroline Penvenen in the first episode of the new season. HD screencaptures have been added to our gallery! GALLERY LINKS Television Productions > Poldark (2016) > Season 2 > Episode Screencaptures > Episode #2.1
The first images of Gabriella in the second series of ‘Poldark’ have been added to our gallery. Enjoy! (Thanks to FFA) GALLERY LINKS Television Productions > Poldark (2016) > Season 2 > Promotional Pictures Television Productions > Poldark (2016) > Season 2 > Episode Stills > Episode #2.2
Here’s your first look at the second season of ‘Poldark’ with Gabriella as Caroline Penvenen. The new series starts on Sunday, September 4 at 9pm on BBC One.
DEADLINE – Aidan Turner has been set to return for a third season of BBC One drama, Poldark. The BBC confirmed today that 10 new episodes of the Mammoth Screen series will be adapted by Debbie Horsfield from the novels by Winston Graham. A shooting start is imminent with a 2017 airdate eyed. Season 2 is due to air later this year on the flagship channel as well as on
THE GUARDIAN – Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson will reunite for an extended 10-part run of BBC1’s Poldark, two more than the first series of the most talked about drama of the year. Filming on the second series began in Cornwall this week, with the BBC hoping to build on the success of the first run which peaked with nearly 10 million viewers and prompted an unlikely national debate about