Let’s start with the former, which makes some sense given that Poldark just wrapped its latest season this past Sunday and attention is certainly at a high. New episodes are going to start airing on Sunday, September 30 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time, and over the course of this batch of episodes you have to be prepared for some of the most political stories to date. Ross will find himself more in London, taking on big challenges impacting all of Cornwall. Yet, at the same time he is going to realize that some of the problems from his past are not exactly going to go away either. This is a very entertaining batch of episodes coming up, but also a potentially shocking one, as many events transpire that are reasonably difficult to predict in advance.
For those wondering, Poldark season 4 may have the best finale in the entire series so far, but we hesitate to say too much more than that in fear of giving something else away.
Meanwhile, The Durrells in Corfu season 3 is going to be coming back on the air with some episodes of its own starting on September 30 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. (In America, the series is titled The Durrells in Corfu as opposed to just The Durrells, its title in the UK.) This season is going to be an especially fun one as the entire family looks to tackle new relationships and also challenges in their island home. There are some emotional moments, but even still this season is so bright and colorful that it is hard to be altogether miserable about anything for too long.
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