Poldark, Season 3HDClosed Captioning
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1794: The French revolution hangs over Britain. George Warleggan grows his empire; and Ross and Demelza attempt to keep the peace. Facing battles both at home and abroad, will Ross answer the call and risk losing everything he holds dear?
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1 (UK Edition)||Ross throws himself into repairing Nampara and his relationship with Demelza but Elizabeth’s pregnancy hangs over the couple. Caroline’s dying uncle, Ray, wishes for her future to be secured by marriage, unaware she is secretly engaged to Dwight Enys. At Nampara, Demelza’s brother Drake requests Demelza return to their dying father and, at Trenwith, George reveals to Cary his plan to separate Geoffrey Charles from Elizabeth ahead of his heir’s arrival. Following the opening of the Warleggan Bank, he employs Morwenna Chynoweth, Elizabeth’s cousin, as a governess for the boy. Geoffrey Charles and Ross bond over their hatred of George.||59:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2 (UK Edition)||As Elizabeth’s ambivalence to Valentine grows, George courts Sir Francis Basset for the vacant magistracy position and Ross is reintroduced to Tholly Tregirls, an old friend of his father’s and a ne’er-do-well who has returned to area. Verity returns to Trenwith, awaiting word from her husband Andrew, whose ship is on route to Lisbon and Elizabeth feels the sting of Morwenna and Geoffrey Charles’ connection. After Valentine is christened, having seen Morwenna as they pass, Drake suggests the church to Sam as a place for the Methodists to worship. George informs Verity and Caroline of a recent naval battle and, distraught, they inform Demelza and Ross.||57:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3 (UK Edition)||Ross and Tholly meet their contact Jacques Clisson in France and Sam leads a large congregation of Methodists in song outside the church walls. Despite George’s promise to be generous to his tenants to further his ambition of becoming a burgess, he revokes the Methodist’s property lease. Clisson drives a hard bargain with Ross for his information and George leads Caroline to expect the worst regarding Dwight.||55:51||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4 (UK Edition)||A grain ship is raided by starving villagers and George sentences the peasants harshly. Demelza gives birth to a daughter, Clowance, and George decides to host a Christmas party to court the gentry. Drake arrives at Trenwith with toads for Geoffrey Charles and flowers for Morwenna and Caroline learns that the admiralty are arranging the release of the British officers but Ross is not convinced. He laments the loss of Wheal Leisure to George, seeing miners broken by the terms of their labour.||57:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5 (UK Edition)||With the French Royalists preparing an invasion, Caroline is optimistic for Dwight’s release. Ross, on the other-hand, suspects the Royalist’s invasion may place Dwight in greater danger and forms a rescue party of his own, including Tholly, Zacky and Henshawe. Meanwhile, George plans to attend Lord Falmouth’s gathering in order to further his plans of being considered for Parliament and manipulates his new acquaintance, Osborne Whitworth, into securing an invitation. When he learns that Ross is also being considered for Parliament, George decides he must find a way to discredit Ross at all costs.||57:51||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6 (UK Edition)||Ross gifts some of Nampara’s land to the peasants as a means to provide for themselves but the Poldarks learn that it is their friend, Dr Enys who needs immediate care, suffering now from post-traumatic stress disorder following his internment in France. To Caroline’s chagrin Ross fetches Armitage to help council Dwight. In reaction to Ross’ rescue of Hugh Armitage, George desperately needs to secure a connection to the nobility and so plans to force Morwenna’s marriage to Osborne. However, her resilience leads George to become suspicious and he has Tom Harry follow her. Drake delights Geoffrey Charles and Morwenna and further infuriates George by secretly reintroducing toads to Trenwith’s pond. Geoffrey Charles gives Drake his bible as a gift and naively reveals Morwenna is to be wed. Drake confronts Morwenna and she agrees to marry him instead. Morwenna returns to Trenwith to tell George and Elizabeth that she will refuse Ossie’s offer of marriage.||58:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 7 (UK Edition)||George learns of a vacant seat in Parliament for a Member of Truro and decides to pursue it. Elizabeth and Agatha prepare for Agatha’s hundredth birthday party much to George’s annoyance, and Caroline prepares for a fake wedding reception to which the great and good are invited, including Lieutenant Armitage and Lord Falmouth. George fails to impress Falmouth and decides instead to ally himself with Sir Francis Basset, who plans to challenge Falmouth’s monopoly in Truro. Hugh Armitage makes his affection for Demelza apparent but Ross dismisses it. Meanwhile, Sam becomes infatuated with Tholly’s daughter, Emma Tregirls. Morwenna’s sister Rowella arrives at the Whitworth vicarage, having been sent for by Osborne to help the pregnant Morwenna and Basset invites Ross and Demelza to Tehidy. While Hugh Armitage flirts again with Demelza, Basset offers the parliamentary nomination to Ross. George overhears the offer to Ross and storms home in a rage.||57:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 8 (UK Edition)||Ross is adamant George will lose in the election and determines to get a headstone made for Agatha’s grave, something Trenwith has neglected. George, meanwhile, questions Dwight over Valentine’s legitimacy and, paranoid and jealous, shuts himself to Elizabeth as Rowella begins to seduce Osborne Whitworth and Demelza receives tokens of Hugh’s affection. Sam continues to pine after Emma as Dwight instructs Osborne to forego intercourse with Morwenna. Ross returns from the mine to discover Hugh Armitage at Nampara with Demelza, and this time Hugh’s attention does not go unnoticed. Cary informs Lord Falmouth that the Warleggans will be opposing Falmouth in the election, which George succeeds in winning. He tells Elizabeth, however, that he will not be taking her to London with him... Osborne spies on Rowella bathing before, drunk and lustful, he rapes Morwenna. Ross visits Agatha’s grave where he finds Elizabeth, who tells him of George’s spite and suspicion over Valentine’s true parentage. Ross advises her to deny it before kissing her farewell, something seen by Prudie. When the Poldarks dine at Tregothnan, Ross is asked by Falmouth to help him oppose George’s ascent and he finds that Demelza has become enamoured with Hugh. Morwenna receives a pendant of a mother and child from Drake and, once she has, Osborne and Rowella have sex, in secret. At Nampara, Ross confesses he wishes Demelza would look at him the way she did at Hugh but Demelza confesses it may take some time…||57:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEpisode 9 (UK Edition)||Prudie and Tholly spy French sails on the horizon and Cornwall is put on alert. Francis Basset convenes a meeting for Cornwall’s defence, placing Ross in command of a squad of volunteers while Demelza continues to be courted by Hugh, in secret. Emma admits her attraction to Sam but cannot overcome her lack of religious faith, and George learns of Drake’s residence in the smithy on the edge of his land. He orders Tom Harry to force Drake away before being called to Tehidy and rebuked by Basset over his conduct in Westminster. Morwenna braves escaping the Vicarage to see Drake as Basset commends Ross’ leadership and we sense his regret in making George an MP. Demelza tells Ross that Drake’s smithy has been terrorized, becoming suspicious of Ross’s sudden partiality to Elizabeth when he claims Trenwith isn’t responsible. Meanwhile, Rowella tells Osborne she is pregnant, blackmailing him for money with which to marry the local librarian, Arthur Solway. Drake is beaten by Tom Harry and left for dead in Trenwith’s pond. While he is treated by Dwight, Prudie reveals Ross and Elizabeth’s kiss to Demelza. Demelza confronts Ross before meeting with Hugh as Ross and his Volunteers are called into action but, to Ross’ dismay, he finds his men defending George’s warehouse while, on Hendrawna Beach, Demelza has an affair with Hugh. The Poldarks return separately to Nampara, the future more uncertain than ever...||58:36||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBehind the Scenes: Favourite Locations||The leading actors from Poldark share their favorite filming locations, from the gorgeous coastline of Cornwall to the depths of the catacombs in Bristol and the majestic rooms of historic homes. Aidan Turner, Beatie Edney, Luke Norris, Heida Reed, and Gabriella Wilde reveal their thoughts, and hear from new Season Three cast members Ellise Chappell, Harry Richardson, and Tom Yorke.||1:40||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|102||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBehind the Scenes: Makeup and Hair Design with Pippa Woods||Pippa Woods, the make-up and hair designer for Poldark, Season 3, share some of the tricks of the trade in creating the realistic appearances of the series’ most memorable characters, from the wigs of the elite politicians and partygoers to the prosthetics and make-up that create Tholly’s seafaring scars and tattoos.||2:29||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|103||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBehind the Scenes: Production Design with Jeff Tessler||Jeff Tessler, the production designer for Poldark, Season 3, walks viewers through the many steps of how they created the Gold Room at Trenwith, creating brand-new and re-created details combined with authentic antique pieces to create the multi-layered richness and texture of the room.||2:29||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|104||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBehind the Scenes: Costume Design with Howard Burden||Howard Burden, the costume designer for Poldark, Season 3, presents his insight into the clothes that help to make the characters come to vibrant life onscreen, from Poldark’s iconic tricorn hat, favorite shirt, tight breeches, and new party waistcoats, to the details of the varied gowns and color palettes of Demelza, Elizabeth, Caroline, and Morwenna.||3:18||Season Only||View in iTunes|
This series is amazing! My friends and I cannot get enough of this show. The entire cast is awesome. We stay up late just to watch. If we had one wish ....we want more!
This is an awesome show. I can’t get enough of it.
Better and better!
This season flows seamlessly from Season 2, and without faltering picked up the pace. There are numerous and complex story arcs fitted together as tightly as the brincks in an English mansion. Episode 5 brings the first 4 episodes together with force. A Directing masterpiece, the first five episodse portend not only another excellent season, but perhaps the best season to date. Generally superb acting, some seriously fine cinemetography and editing that never leaves the story hanging, it's hats off to Poldark Season 3.
Doesn't get better than this! Bravo to cast and crew and appreciation to PBS: proof that great television is still alive!