Get a sneak peek of ‘Poldark’ Sea­son 4 tonight at WTCI event

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Will Ross Poldark’s run for po­lit­i­cal of­fice be the death knell for his trou­bled mar­riage?

Will Poldark and wife Demelza stay to­gether know­ing they’ve both been un­faith­ful?

Now that Ge­orge War­leg­gan knows he’s not wife El­iz­a­beth’s baby daddy, how will he re­tal­i­ate?

Fans of PBS’ drama “Poldark” have waited since the end of Sea­son 3 in Novem­ber for an­swers to these ques­tions. If the sus­pense is killing you, at­tend WTCI’s sneak peek of Sea­son 4 tonight, Sept. 13, at the Palace Theater, 818 Ge­or­gia Ave.

Oth­er­wise, wait un­til Sept. 30, when “Poldark,” a Mam­moth Screen pro­duc­tion for BBC and Mas­ter­piece, re­turns on the PBS chan­nel.

The ad­ven­tures and ro­mances of Ross Poldark have en­thralled au­di­ences since the series be­gan, and this sea­son prom­ises po­lit­i­cal in­trigue from Tren­with to Par­lia­ment.

The new sea­son be­gins in 1796. To de­fend Corn­wall and those he loves from an em­pow­ered Ge­orge War­leg­gan, Poldark must play the po­lit­i­cal game on a jour- ney that takes him to the cap­i­tal and into new per­ils.

As episodes air Sun­day nights from Sept. 30 to Nov. 18, the sea­son will fol­low the strug­gles of the Poldark and War­leg­gan fam­i­lies in their per­sonal dra­mas and na­tional con­flicts.

“PBS at the Palace” is a free, monthly film screeni ng, spon­sored by the Ten­nessee Val­ley Fed­eral Credit Union, Brody Jewel­ers and Al­lied Eye.

Guests at the screen­ing will en­joy PBS give­aways and learn about spe­cial mem­ber­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties. Con­ces­sions will be avail­able for pur­chase.

Even though the screen­ing is free, tick­ets are re­quired. They can be re­served on­line at wtc­iTV. org/palace.


As elec­tion un­cer­tainty grips the coun­try, Ross Poldark (Ai­den Turner, shown) watches Corn­wall suf­fer un­der the power of Ge­orge War­leg­gan, while Demelza re­mains caught be­tween Ross and a lovesick Lt. Hugh Ar­mitage.

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