With the premiere date coming around the bend, we’re starting to get to another milestone: A Poldark season 3 screening date for what appears to be the press.
In a post on Twitter, you can see via the show’s official account that on May 9th, there is going to be an event held where reporters are going to have a chance to see the first installment of the new batch of episodes without delay. The account does offer up a chance for you to win tickets to the screening, so provided that you are in the UK and are able to attend, the link to the Facebook page in the tweet below gives you an opportunity to find out more about how you can enter.
Beyond the contest aspect of this tweet (which has to be exciting for many fans of the show on its own), knowing this date is important given that it marks that the premiere won’t be too far away from the time that this happens. Granted, it’ll still be June, but fingers crossed that we are getting an early June start so the BBC won’t force us to wait until the official start of summer. When you’re dealing with a show this good, and a show that has so many big questions when it comes to Ross, Demelza, and Elizabeth, you really don’t want to wait to see what’s going to be coming up next.
As for some other nations who love watching Poldark as much as we do, you’ll probably have to wait until your local broadcast starts to broadcast the news before anything further is known. As an American, we’re hoping to see the show come on PBS this fall. We know that they do love having specific premiere dates at various points in the year, so it wouldn’t shock us to see the show launch at around the same time as last year, even with an earlier start date in Britain.
Once there is some further news on the third season, of course we will let you know! For now, our big suggestion is to head over here to get some other updates on what’s coming up, and our speculation as to when there could be a new trailer. (We really hope that it’s some time in the near future.)
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