If you have somehow missed it, the second season of “Poldark” is currently filming in the United Kingdom, and the show has begun a lengthy journey that will not be complete until the spring. There are ten episodes to be made, which is two more than the first and more than likely even more complicated to go along with that. Just consider for a minute here the sort of situation that has been set up. We have these characters ultimately stuck in a desperate position, first and foremost Ross Poldark as he has to figure out whether or not he can recover what he lost, and at some point even if he can be faithful to his wife Demelza in the midst of battling some of his demons.
Admittedly, prior to reading the BBC synopsis below, we were pretty confident that at least things were steady for these two characters; however, it looks like Elizabeth may somehow still find a way to enter the picture:
“Ross Poldark must once again fight for his freedom when George Warleggan tries desperately to steal his mine and have him hanged as a revolutionary. Can Demelza save Ross from himself?
“Crippled by debts, Ross and Francis try to heal old wounds by joining forces in a new mine free of the Warleggans. But Ross and Elizabeth’s feelings for each other cannot be repressed, and Ross risks everything in a desperate smuggling venture. Meanwhile, the fate of the Poldarks is tied to Dr Dwight Enys and Caroline Penvenen in unexpected ways.
“The Poldark clan must learn to settle their differences once and for all, but at what cost?”
Ultimately, we just hope that in the second season there are fewer deaths (we’re still getting over what happened in the finale), and that the entire Poldark family starts to find some more stability. If that happens, we imagine that we will be far happier in the end.
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