IT’S the hit drama series based on the real life story of a family living in Corfu in the years leading up to World War II.
And The Durrells is coming back for another series – here’s what we know about the show and when you can watch it…
When does The Durrells series four start on ITV?
The wait is almost over for the new series of The Durrells.
Season four will kick off on ITV on April 7, 2019 at 8pm.
Unfortunately, this will be the final series of the hit show.
After it has aired you will be able to watch it on the ITV Hub.
You can currently watch seasons one and two on Netflix now.
What is The Durrells about? What will happen in series four?
The show is based on conservationist and author Gerald Durrell’s trilogy of books about his family’s time in Corfu during the 1930s.
Following the events of series three, the future is looking bright for the Durrells, with all of the family channelling their heartbreak in different ways.
Choosing to keep herself busy, Louisa has opened the doors of the family villa as a guest house, but with Basil as their only paying guest, the business is still to find its feet and customers.
Meanwhile, Larry, struggling to get his risqué Black Book published, is enjoying the love of two ballet dancers, whilst heartbroken Leslie has thrown himself back into his job and shooting.
True to form, Gerry continues to collect animals, ambitiously planning to open a zoo with a new owl and some lemurs joining the menagerie, and Margo seeks a new challenge, starting her own beauty salon.
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Who will be in The Durrells series four?
Former Ashes to Ashes actress Keeley Hawes continues to play the head of the family, Louisa Durrell.
She is joined by Milo Parker, who plays her son Gerry, as well as Josh O’Connor who plays Larry.
Daisy Waterstone and Callum Woodhouse play her other children Larry, Margo and Leslie.
Other cast set to return include Alexis Georgoulis as the charming Spiros, Miles Jupp as hapless cousin Basil, Anna Savva as housekeeper Lugaretzia, Yorgos Karamihosas Dr. Theo Stephanides and Lucy Black as Florence Petridis.