The Beloved Show is Back!

Wedding bells chime and animal ailments abound as Masterpiece presents the highly anticipated third season of All Creatures Great and Small, based on the bestselling memoirs by veterinarian James Herriot and starring a beloved ensemble cast led by Nicholas Ralph. Season 3 of the acclaimed series airs in seven episodes, beginning Sunday, January 8.

About Season 3 

Ralph (The Devil’s Light) stars as the young James Herriot who, in season 3, is struggling to balance his growing responsibilities at the veterinary practice with his responsibilities as the newly wedded husband to Helen Alderson, played by Rachel Shenton (Academy Award® winner, The Silent Child). Helen, herself, faces difficulties letting go of her old life on the family farm with her father and sister and finding her new place within the walls of Skeldale House.

Callum Woodhouse (The Durrells in Corfu) returns as Tristan Farnon who has at last passed his exams and must now face the world as a qualified vet, while Anna Madeley (Mr. Selfridge) returns as motherly housekeeper Mrs. Hall who is beginning to open herself up to a future outside of her duties managing the household.

As war with Germany looms on the horizon, Siegfried Farnon, the irrepressible but unpredictable proprietor of Skeldale House, played by Samuel West (Hyde Park on Hudson), contends with painful memories of his own experiences during the First World War, when he served in combat with the Army Veterinary Corps. And Patricia Hodge (Roadkill) is back as Mrs. Pumphrey, the wonderfully eccentric owner of Tricki, the pampered Pekingese.

Catch Up On Seasons 1 & 2

Follow James Herriot's adventures as a veterinarian from the very beginning. You can stream all episodes of seasons 1 and 2 on WHRO Passport.

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