Poldark (2015 - )



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A British soldier returns to his Cornwall home after fighting in the American War of Independence, but much has changed during his three years away: his father is dead; his lands are ruined; and his true love is about to marry his cousin. He also raises the hackles of the locals when he hires a miner's daughter as a maid after she's run away from home.

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Critics Consensus: Poldark's final season gives fans exactly what they want: emotionally involving period drama fueled by exceptional chemistry with just the right amount of ridiculousness.

2019, PBS, 8 episodes

Critics Consensus: Though cynics may struggle to see it, Poldark's fourth season pairs a surprisingly multilayered side of social commentary with its soapy romantic delights.

2018, PBS, 8 episodes

Critics Consensus: Poldark's third season proves a bracing return to form, with an effective emphasis on the soapy intrigue that makes this period drama such an addictive treat.

2017, PBS, 8 episodes

Critics Consensus: Poldark is back with more romance, more drama, and more theatrical use of the British seaside.

2016, PBS, 10 episodes

Critics Consensus: Like an epic romance novel come to life, Poldark offers a sumptuous visual feast, from gorgeous scenery to a charming, handsome lead.

2015, PBS, 8 episodes


Aidan Turner
as Ross Poldark
Heida Reed
as Elizabeth
Jack Farthing
as George Warleggan
Warren Clarke
as Charles Poldark
Philip Davis
as Jud Paynter
Richard Harrington
as Captain Andrew Blamey
John Hollingworth
as Captain Henshawe
Robin Ellis
as Reverend Halse
Tristan Sturrock
as Zacky Martin
Matthew Wilson
as Mark Daniel
Gabriella Wilde
as Caroline Penvenen
Hugh Skinner
as Unwin Trevaunanee
John Nettles
as Ray Penvenen
Luke Norris
as Dwight Enys
Henry Garrett
as Captain MacNeil
Phil Davis
as Jud Paynter
Ellise Chappell
as Morwenna Chynoweth
Christian Brassington
as Ossie Whitworth
Pip Torrens
as Cary Warleggan
Ed Browning
as Paul Daniel
Emma Spurgin Hussey
as Mrs Zacky Martin
Robert Daws
as Dr Choake
Mary Woodvine
as Mrs Teague
Harriet Ballard
as Ruth Teague
Tim Delap
as Captain
Michael Culkin
as Horace Treneglos
Richard Hope
as Harris Pascoe
Sally Dexter
as Mrs Chynoweth
Sean Gilder
as Tholly Tregirls
Mark Frost
as Tom Carne
Rory Wilton
as Richard Tonkin
Patrick Ryecart
as Sir Hugh Bodregun
Max Willis
as Geoffrey Charles
Jason Squibb
as Reverend Odgers
Ross Green
as Charlie Kempthorne
Steve Jacobs
as Landlord
William Mannering
as Jeffrey Clymer
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