If it feels like it’s been a long time since there’s been any Poldark season 3 trailer footage, it’s because it’s true. The last big trailer that was released was shortly after the season 2 finale, and it was rather remarkable in a couple of different ways. For one, it was excellent to watch and behold, even if there was no actual dialogue in it. It was beautifully visually, and gave you a good sense in terms of emotion as to how some of these characters are going to be faring in the aftermath of all of the events of season 2.
Now, it feels like time to get a far more in-depth season 3 trailer. The question is rather simple: When will that be? There is no confirmed time for a new trailer just yet, but what we do know is this — Poldark season 3 is set to premiere in June. As a result of that, we’re hoping that The BBC makes a decision to release some new footage come at some point in May. (It’d be especially great to do some before the Line of Duty finale on Sunday, but it feels wrong to be too greedy.)
Ideally, our hope is that a new trailer will be around in the middle of May, and that it could contain footage, dialogue, and also an official premiere date. We suppose that we should just be grateful to have more of the show earlier than last season, but still.
One thing that we do want to point out is an interesting quote from writer Debbie Horsfield about how one part of the story in the books could be different on the show — the paternity of Elizabeth’s baby. Per the Express, here is what he had to say:
“The books are really ambiguous about it, it’s never said, ‘Oh, it’s obviously Ross’ baby’. We may wish it to be, certainly for drama, it makes it more interesting but the book is not clear at this stage. We’re not saying at this stage either.”
Bonus – While you wait for the new episodes, while not take a look at the new covers for The Black Moon and The Four Swans? These are two of the novels within the Winston Graham series.
If you do want to get some other news when it comes to Poldark and the future, be sure to head over to the link here right now! (Photo: BBC.)