Some of the recent speculation regarding the Poldark season 4 premiere date is now finally official — the series will air on BBC One new episodes starting on Sunday, June 10 at 9:00 p.m. London time.
This premiere date has certainly been a long time coming, and there have been many different rumors floating around out there about it for a little while now. The biggest hint that this was the likely date is a screening that is set for the show next week — it was impossible for there to be a premiere screening that mattered after the premiere had already aired, and given all of the recent promotion for the start of this season, it didn’t make sense for the premiere date to be later than this.
There are eight episodes coming in season 4, which means that if there are new episodes that air every week and there are no interruptions along the way, the series will run straight through until early August. These episodes are going to chronicle more of the life of Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) as he works to better ensure that his life and his future are set in stone in Cornwall and beyond. He will work to get in a better place with his wife Demelza and beyond that, he will also need to contend with the political world and the oh-so-familiar foe of George Warleggan, who he has squared off against a number of different times in the past already.
For those of you who are in America, the US premiere date should be at some point in the fall — this is, after all, when Poldark tends to always premiere stateside. We’ll try to post spoiler notes as the season goes along for US readers nervous about finding something out in advance.
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