A third series of ‘Poldark’ could be hitting our screens after the BBC refused to comment on rumours that there will be future series of the popular drama.
Aidan Turner could be set to return for a third series of ‘Poldark’.
Series two of the historical drama began last November and wrapped in early March with the hunky lead star reprising his titular role as Ross Poldark.
Radio Times are now reporting that although a third series has not officially been commissioned it is schedule to go ahead with shooting on location in Cornwall due to begin in September.
The 33-year-old Irish heartthrob previously revealed that he would love to bring to life all 12 novels which Winston Graham penned from from 1945 to 2002 on the small screen.
He said: “It’s about six seasons’ worth! I’m up for six, if we make it that far.”
And Aidan has teased what is to come for his character and Demelza [Elanor Tomlinson].
He previously shared: “We pick it up where we left off from last year.
“So it’s a time when Ross and Demelza have just lost their child, his company is down the pan, they’re broke up, and he’s been arrested. It looks like he’s going to prison.
“It’s a cheery beginning! And yeah, there’s so much story in it, and all the characters have massive arcs in the next series – I think we’re 10 episodes next series.
“I mean, it was big the first year, but with all the support and the fan base that we’ve accumulated? It’s gonna be amazing.”