Binge All Creatures Great and Small Season 3 Before the Season 4 Premiere on January 7
We’re excited to be reuniting with James Herriot and the All Creatures Great and Small cast when Season 4 premieres on January 7! To get ready, we’re broadcasting an encore of Season 3 on December 10, 17 and 24 on CET and ThinkTV16. Of course you can always stream all three previously-aired seasons on the PBS App with Passport! Passport is available to members who donate at least $60 a year or $5 a month. Learn more about Passport at either https://video.thinktv.org/passport/learn-more/ or https://watch.cetconnect.org/passport/learn-more/.
Episode 1 at 9pm: James and Helen prepare to walk down the aisle. Should their wedding go off without a hitch—and what are the chances of that?—James will have a new wife and a new stake in the business to think of.
Episode 2 at 10pm: James and Helen enter married life, while James settles in uneasily as Siegfried’s partner at the clinic. Tristan too must make new adjustments.
Episode 3 at 9pm: Siegfried’s First World War experiences resurface as he struggles to save a racehorse. Helen faces a decision over James’s TB testing plan.
Episode 4 at 10pm: TB testing mistakenly puts a prize cow in danger. Helen struggles with her lifelong vocation. Mrs. Hall and Tristan have brushes with love.
Episode 5 at 8pm: Mrs. Hall conquers demons from her past. While she is away, Tristan discovers the challenge of housekeeping. Meanwhile, Helen is at loose ends.
Episode 6 at 9pm: As war comes in September 1939, everyone faces decisions small and large. Romance beckons for Tristan and Mrs. Hall. TB plagues Helen’s farm.
Episode 7 at 10pm: It’s Christmas at Skeldale and Siegfried has to decide whether to protect Tristan at the cost of River’s welfare. Mrs. Hall realizes she has to face her feelings for Gerald.
When we kick off Season 4, it’s the spring of 1940 and change is on the horizon for everyone in Skeldale House. James and Helen wonder when the right time might be to start a family, Tristan’s absence is felt by all, and Siegfried attempts to hold the growing household, and himself, together. All while caring for all manner of animals!