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“I do love it here. The place. The work. The people…” Your favorite Yorkshire Dales residents return for another heartwarming season based on the life and novels of James Herriot. Season 2 will premiere on MASTERPIECE in Winter 2022.

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Skeldale House is abuzz as everyone prepares for the annual Christmas celebration, from mistletoe to Siegfried's Saint Nicholas performance.

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Siegfried hosts a Christmas eve party, with an even bigger event to follow the next day. Helen accompanies James on an emergency house call.

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Defying Siegfried, Tristan coaxes James to try a risky procedure to save a stricken cow. Then James gets a shock from Helen.

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James stops by the Alderson farm with a present for Jenny after the difficult situation with Clive the bull.

Play The Bromance: James & Tristan

"The only way we'll survive my brother is if we stick together." Take a glimpse at all the best friendship moments between James and Tristan from Season 1!

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On the day of the Darrowby Show, Siegfried and Tristan give a lively behind the scenes look at their workspace.

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James volunteers to be the official vet at the Darrowby Show. His ordeals include an ethical plight involving Helen’s bull.

Play Behind The Scenes Set Tour

Get an in depth, inside look behind the scenes of the All Creatures Great and Small set with production designer Jacqueline Smith!

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While Tristan gives Tricki-Woo the spa treatment, James deals with Helen’s champion bull. Siegfried makes a decision about Tristan.

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James arrives to check on his newest patient, Helen's champion bull who is having some trouble performing.

Play The Cast on the Animals

The stars of the series reveal what it was really like working with all of their cuddly, adorable, and troublesome animal co-stars!

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Siegfried is abuzz with excitement about an interview at Darrowby Racecourse for a long coveted role working with horses.

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James is put to the test with an ailing racehorse. Tristan faces a familiar temptation. Siegfried angles for a prestigious client.

Play The Cast on the Books

"They're extremely funny, beautifully written." The cast describe the inspiration they drew from Alf Wight's original books.

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Siegfried's newly arrived younger brother Tristan accompanies James' first visit to Mrs. Pumphrey and Tricki Woo.

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