Next week on PBS, Poldark season 5 episode 3 is going to come on the air … and bring with it a number of emotional plots. Given that we are SO close to the end of the road, the producers are going to be bringing you some high-octane stories with all of the stakes attached to them. Some of those may inspire hope, but then some others could lead to tears.
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Below, CarterMatt offers up the official Poldark season 5 episode 3 synopsis with some more news as to what’s coming up:
Ross’ mission to help Ned bears fruit, but not without cost. Demelza wrestles with how best to help the community, and Morwenna finds hope. A new relationship continues to blossom, while George’s sanity continues to deteriorate.
While George Warleggan may not be the most likable character at the center of this show, he’s someone who is compelling and worthy of watching. He’s also going through a horrible level of mourning following what happened with the death of Elizabeth. He may not love a lot of people out there in this world, but at the same time, she showed a lot of love for him. She also challenged him in a way very few people do, and we think that on some level, he appreciated that greatly.
As for what else is going on within this episode, there are still questions in regards to Ross and Ned Despard. We know that Ross wants the best for his old friend but even still, does Ned really have Ross’ best interests at heart here? There are some reasons to have legitimate concerns about Ned and his revolutionary ways, at least based on some of what we’ve seen from him to date.
While there are going to be some struggles with a few different characters in this episode, could there be at least some places for hope? For Morwenna, you can see a little bit of that start to play out.
What do you want to see when it comes to Poldark season 5 episode 3?
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