Poldark (2015)

Poldark (2015): Season 4

BBC (2015)
Drama
UK | English | Color | 8h
8.4

Britain is in the grip of a chilling recession... falling wages, rising prices, civil unrest - only the bankers are smiling. It's 1783 and Ross Poldark returns from the American War of Independence to his beloved Cornwall to find his world in ruins: his father dead, the family mine long since closed, his house wrecked and his sweetheart pledged to marry his cousin. But Ross finds that hope and love can be found when you are least expecting it in the wild but beautiful Cornish landscape.


Cast View all

Aidan Turner Ross Poldark
Eleanor Tomlinson Demelza Carne Poldark
Heida Reed Elizabeth Chynoweth Poldark Warleggan
Jack Farthing George Warleggan
Kyle Soller Francis Poldark
Warren Clarke Charles Poldark
Philip Davis Jud Paynter
Beatie Edney Prudie Paynter
John Nettles Ray Penvenen
Caroline Blakiston Agatha Poldark
Richard Harrington Andrew Blamey
Christian Brassington Osborne Whitworth
Tom York Sam Carne
Hugh Skinner Unwin Trevaunance
Luke Norris Dwight Enys
Ruby Bentall Verity Poldark Blamey
Henry Garrett Captain McNeil
John Hollingworth Captain Henshawe
Gabriella Wilde Caroline Penvenen Enys
Harry Richardson Drake Carne
Ellise Chappell Morwenna Chynoweth Whitworth
Harry Marcus Geoffrey Charles Poldark

Crew View all

Director Joss Agnew
Writer Debbie Horsfield
Producer Michael Ray
Photography Nick DANCE
Musician Anne Dudley

Episodes View details

1 Episode 1 60 min | Jun 09, 2018

As the Poldarks look to rebuild their marriage and the Enyses to increase their family, Cornwall struggles under the Warleggans, whose power threatens all they hold dear.

Director: Joss Agnew
Writer: Debbie Horsfield, , , ,
2 Episode 2 60 min | Jun 16, 2018

The Poldarks determine to get their relationship back on track and the Enyses announce they’re with child. Hugh’s worsening health threatens his chance to stand in the election however, and the prospect of him remaining in Cornwall adds pressure to the Poldark’s fragile marriage. At the Sawle Feast, Tom Harry challenges Sam to a wrestling match. Falmouth offers the candidacy to Ross but will he accept?

Director: Joss Agnew
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
3 Episode 3 60 min | Jun 23, 2018

In London, Ross must rise to the challenge of Parliament, but the distance from Cornwall brings trials of its own; he also reunites with a now adolescent Geoffrey Charles. George, refusing to accept defeat, begins stacking the odds in his favour in the hope of buying his way back into Parliament. Ossie meanwhile tends to a dying parishioner, Nathaniel Pearce. Demelza contends with a failing mine and fixing Drake's broken heart.

Director: Joss Agnew
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
4 Episode 4 60 min | Jun 30, 2018

Ross is reunited with his family at home, but tragedy strikes into Wheal Grace and Wheal Maiden's tunnels. Lord Falmouth urges Ross to return to Westminster as George's alliance with Adderley gives him the opportunity to purchase a borough of his own. Dwight tells Caroline some devastating news about Sarah.

Director: Brian Kelly
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
5 Episode 5 60 min | Jul 07, 2018
Director: Brian Kelly
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
6 Episode 6 60 min | Jul 14, 2018

After it is revealed that Nathaniel Pearce embezzled Pascoe's client's funds, the Warleggans take action. In London, Ross finds Geoffrey Charles led astray by Adderley. Sam convinces Drake to return from exile following his abandonment of Rosina and Morwenna's subsequent rejection and Morwenna reveals some news. Dwight meanwhile helps in the development of Truro's infirmary.

Director: Brian Kelly
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
7 Episode 7 60 min | Jul 21, 2018
Director: Joss Agnew
Writer: Debbie Horsfield
8 Episode 8 60 min | Jul 28, 2018
Director: Joss Agnew
Writer: Debbie Horsfield

Editions

Barcode Format Region Released Edition
5037115376930 DVD 2 Jul 30, 2018