Ross and Demelza look to forget the past and rebuild their marriage, but new arrivals threaten their fragile reconciliation.
As George expands his power through a shady alliance, the Poldarks become caught in a deadly web. Show more
First love blossoms but a disaster in Cornwall threatens the Poldarks' hopes of lying low. Show more
Ross fights for Ned’s life as Demelza uncovers betrayal and the young lovers take flight for a future together. Show more
With the fate of his nation in the balance, Ross must gamble everything to protect his country and those he loves. Show more
An election threatens Truro's status quo. As his past actions confront him, Ross senses a rival for Demelza's affection.
The Poldark family finds itself challenged on all fronts and threatened as never before.
Sam and Drake provoke Trenwith, and Ross's stubbornness gives George the upper hand. Meanwhile, a great naval battle leaves Dwight's fate in question. Show more
Ross attempts to learn of Dwight's fate in Revolutionary France. In Cornwall, George and Elizabeth lock horns with Sam and Drake. Show more
George proves merciless as the new magistrate, and Clowance is christened. Ross discovers the means to both help Dwight and combat Cornwall's famine.
While George makes political manoeuvres at home, Ross sails to France to rescue Dwight from the French Revolution.
Drake finds himself in the Warleggans' firing line as George moves to secure his connection to the nobility, and Ross provides some local aid.
George pursues a vacant seat in Parliament as Agatha plans for her hundredth birthday. Meanwhile, there is a new arrival at the Whitworth vicarage. Show more
The Poldarks' peaceful lives are disrupted when an old friend’s plea leads them into a world of duplicity. Show more
Period drama. As the Poldarks look to rebuild their marriage, Cornwall struggles under the Warleggans, whose power threatens all they hold dear. Show more
Period drama. Cornwall's election looms and the Poldarks face difficult decisions, as the outcomes could change not only their lives, but the future of Cornwall itself. Show more