Aidan Turner returns as Ross Poldark in this much anticipated fourth season. The country is gripped by political uncertainty along with his marriage with Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson). 8 episodes, 8 hrs, 3 DVD or Blu-ray discs.
Episode 1: Prime Minister Pitt calls an election and uncertainty grips the country; while Ross watches Cornwall struggle under the power of Truro's MP, George Warleggan, Demelza's infidelity leaves her torn between her husband and a lovesick Hugh.
Episode 2: The Poldarks are on a mission to restore their relationship, as Cornwall's election approaches and difficult decisions must be made.
Episode 3: Ross must rise to the challenge of parliament, but the distance from Cornwall brings trials of its own as George, refusing to accept defeat, begins stacking the odds in his favor; Ossie tends to a dying parishioner.
Episode 4: Dwight and Caroline face heartbreak before flooding at the mines puts a life in danger; Ossie plots to have Morwenna put in an asylum; Rowella's husband becomes suspicious.
Episode 5: With grain prices rising across the country, working men struggle to support their families; Ross's efforts in Westminster meet successive failures and he is advised to take a more nuanced approach.
Episode 6: Nathaniel Pearce's death reveals how he embezzled Pascoe's clients funds; in London, Ross finds Geoffrey Charles led astray by Adderley and steers his nephew from trouble before telling Elizabeth; Sam convinces Drake to return from exile.
Episode 7: The Poldarks, Enyses and Warleggans enjoy London's distractions; George dotes on Elizabeth, delighting at the prospect of an heir; Lady Whitworth has a physician agree to commit Morwenna to an asylum.
Episode 8: Elizabeth hopes to persuade George that Valentine is his child once and for all; Ross returns to Cornwall to mend things with Demelza; Demelza helps Morwenna and Drake build a future; Elizabeth attempts to repair her own marriage.
Run Time: 8 hours
Number of discs: 3
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Format: Stereo
Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson