First-Look Images For Channel 5’s All Creatures Great And Small Have Been Released

First-Look Images For Channel 5’s All Creatures Great And Small Have Been Released

Hurray! New images for the upcoming series four of Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small have been released – and we couldn’t be more excited.

Set in the midst of spring 1940 during the Second World War, we are back at Skeldale House with James Herriot and the rest of the All Creatures gang – except Tristan of course who will be serving in the Royal Army Veterinary Corps.

James and Helen are pondering the optimal moment to begin a family, uncertain about whether James will receive a summons to join the Royal Air Force (RAF).

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As they contemplate their future, Mrs. Hall’s and Helen’s bond flourishes. Simultaneously, the arrival of Richard Carmody, a fresh trainee in veterinary studies, introduces complications within the household.

We are sure that it’ll be a quiet place at Skeldale without Tristan this series, but it seems we have a new character that’s sure to add a little comic relief.

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Filming for the new series took place in and around the Yorkshire Dales, with Grassington once again transformed into the idyllic Darrowby.

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Fans can expect six 60-minute episodes plus a Christmas special which has become prime viewing in The Yorkshireman household over the festive period.

We are sure he’ll be there to add a little comic relief now that Tristan isn’t around. Other images show goat’s in the house – which we are sure Mrs Hall won’t be too pleased about.

No air date has been set yet but, it’s sure to return to Channel 5 over the autumn period. The last series average 3.8 million viewers, making Channel 5 the most popular terrestrial channel during the All Creatures Great and Small airing.

Sir Colin Callender CBE, executive producer and CEO of Playground, said: “We are thrilled to be back in the glorious Yorkshire Dales for a fourth season of family, community and, of course, animal hijinks. Our wonderful cast and crew are all delighted to be returning to adapt more of James Herriot’s joyful and life-affirming stories.”

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Paul Testar, commissioning editor, Drama, Channel 5 and Paramount+, said: “All Creatures Great and Small is one of the highlights of our year and we are eager to return to the glorious Yorkshire Dales this autumn. We can’t wait to welcome some new additions to our stellar cast for series 4.”

You can catch up on previous series via My5.

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