ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL season 3 is in the making and it has hinted at a bittersweet storyline. Will Tristan Farnon go to war this season?
All Creatures Great and Small season three will air on Channel 5 later this year and the previous season teased the start of the Second World War. Whilst Tristan Farnon played by Callum Woodhouse and his brother Siegfried Samuel West were busy at Skeldale signs of a looming conflict were all around them. There is a chance young Tristan will be called up to join the Army in the upcoming episodes.
Will Tristan Farnon go to war?
The season two finale of the escapist family drama saw signs of hope as James Herriot Nicholas Ralph proposed to Helen Alderson Rachel Shenton.
Fans are hoping a wedding is on the cards for the upcoming third instalment but their plans may have to be put on hold.The Second World War is on the horizon as the second season was set in 1938.Viewers are wondering whether Tristan will be forced to leave his vet duties behind.The character is based on the real Brian Sinclair who joined his brother at the surgery.He worked for the real Donald Sinclair until he graduated from the Royal Dick Veterinary College in Edinburgh in 1943.He went on to join the Royal Army Veterinary Corps in India and later the Ministry of Agricultures Sterility Advisory unit.The real Brian Sinclair was born in 1915 which means he would have been 24 when the Second World War broke out.
He was posted to India during the latter half of the conflict.With this in mind there is a chance Tristan could be sent away to India in season three.Although the timelines would not match up exactly this storyline would definitely add some depth to Tristans character.Actor Woodhouse opened up about whether Tristan could go to war telling and other press You will have to wait and see Tristan would look very good in a uniform.On what fans can expect from the upcoming season he added Speaking historically we are entering 1939.That is the outbreak of war it is surrounding this tiny village and how they dealt with that and how the war affected everyday life.