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I have taken my time getting there, but I can now acknowledge the series' genius.
As ever there was much staring out to sea from atop Cornish cliffs, waves crashing dramatically on rocks and footage of Ross brooding manfully on horseback, eyes as dark as a stag's.
... why couldn't the writer - in this instance, Debbie Horsfield - have made it purely consensual sex?
Weekends, with the nights beginning to close in, are better places with Poldark back.
The political intrigue and machinations between Warleggen's scheming and Poldark's unshakeable pride and principle give this underrated series a great deal of depth.
I can't say it was all sunsets and shirtless wheat scything, but life must have its hills and its valleys.
The script is a muddle of archaic thees and thous, Demelza's yargle-gargle dialect and some incongruous modern slang.
BBC One's sweeping romantic drama has returned, with glorious cast, gorgeous locations and sweaty torsos all present and correct. And it doesn't waste time in getting on with the action.
It's hard to predict what will happen in a single episode of Poldark, much less a season, but if this premiere episode is any case, we are in for something great.
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Jan 03, 2020Poldark has everything I look for in a TV series: great characters, adventure, drama, joy, romance, inspiration, and feel good moments. The acting and the story are not exaggerated like in a soap opera.