Poldark viewers loved the resurrection of Jud

Poldark viewers saw the funny side when Jud was brought back from beyond the grave.

The boozy servant was thought to have died after a beating from Warleggan’s men.

But then – shock horror – his body disappeared.

It later turned out that, rather than bodysnatchers roaming Cornwall, Jud had never died at all and had simply ambled off when he had woken up.

Viewers loved the idea of “zombie Jud”.

But there were also dark times in the latest instalment, with Ross (played by heartthrob Aidan Turner) being a little snarky with Demelza.

And he paid a little too much attention to Elizabeth for our liking.

He also then revealed that they had money problems.

Of course, one fan has just the answer…

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