WOW, thats all I can say! What an epic 2hr finale, they put enough in that episode for almost a whole season of a program. Sad that it will be almost another year before the next season comes out(which it sounds like it will) and I hope we get the new one as soon after OAD that we did on season 1.
Gorgeous scenery, great acting and wonderful camera work, what more can you ask for. I did wish that his "twirpy" cousin would have met his maker during the epidemic but maybe he'll change his ways.....I also am hoping the scummy guy with bad teeth that used to work on Poldark's farm(that got fired along with his wife) perished on the beach while pillaging the ship but I don't believe they said.
Again Kudos to all in charge of the production of this show, it didn't/doesn't get nearly the press as something like Downton but heres hoping it will catch on and in a big way.
I'd even like it if PBS aired the original Poldark, I'm sure it would seem dated, like the original Upstairs Downstairs does to Downton but it would still be interesting to see. Wonder if it's streamed anywhere or if Acorn ever has it available....