PUBLISHED: 13:09, Sun, Jul 14, 2019 | UPDATED: 13:19, Sun, Jul 14, 2019
Tonight will see the first episode of season five of Poldark air on the BBC and ahead of its premier, Luke Norris, who stars as Doctor Dwight Enys, has teased his character will struggle with friend Ross (played by Aidan Turner).
The pair will disagree with one another and grow apart when Ned Despard (Vincent Regan) makes an appearance and needs the help of Ross and his family.
In the first instalment, the Poldark family look forward to a peaceful life together but then Ross receives a plea from Ned, who was his old army colonel, which takes him back to the capital.
When in London, Ross is shocked by what he discovers and is determined to help free Ned from the conspiracy that imprisoned him - but it could be at the cost of his friendship with Dwight.
Dwight is kind of left on the sidelines
Poldark star Luke Norris
Speaking on Sunday Brunch today, Luke said there will be a growing tension between Dwight and Ross.
“So, Dwight has been Ross Polder’s best friend since they were together in the American War of Independence and that is all sort of challenged this year because their officer from that war turns up in Cornwall,” he explained.
“Well, he turns up in London and they sort of have to bail him out and this new bromance begins and Dwight is kind of left on the sidelines.”
In a clip shown, Dwight can be seen asking Ross: “And you’re certain it’s wise to get embroiled with Ned again?”
“Was it ever wise to get embroiled with Ned?” Ross responded, hinting there is always trouble when