Doc Martin – four reasons to watch the heart-warming ITV series TONIGHT

DOC Martin is one of those show's that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Here's why you have to watch it and why the show is must-see TV.

Four reasons to watch Doc Martin

1)  The heart-warming storyline

The show is currently back for it's ninth season and brings with it an array of weird and wonderful characters – and of course the straight-talking Doc Martin.

On tonight's episode (October 9, 2019) it is Martin’s birthday and Louisa has planned a special evening to celebrate, even though he says the Ellinghams don’t do birthdays.

Al decides to throw Morwennaa surprise engagement party on the same night, in an attempt to propose to Morwenna properly.

PC Joe Penhale  takes on the duties of organising the engagement party, but only if Al promises him he can be his best man – we can't wait to see how this turns out.

2) The incredible cast

The show features an impressive ensemble.

It is headed up by Martin Clunes who plays the formidable Doc.

He is joined by the stunning Caroline Catz, who plays the Doc's long-suffering wife Louisa.

A Confession star Joe Absolom plays the lovable Al.

National treasure Eileen Atkins plays Ruth Ellingham.

3) The idyllic location

This picturesque Cornish fishing village Port Issac is where the show is mostly filmed.

It sets the scene for the show's fictional village of Port Wenn.

Fans can stroll through the idyllic village and see lots of familiar locations like the pharmacy and Louisa's old house.

One of the most recognisable locations is the surgery where Doc Martin lives and works.

It is Perched on Roscarrock Hill and sits overlooking the bay below.

4) It's the last series

Unfortunately this is the last ever series of Doc Martin.

Producers have gone all out for this season to make up for the show coming to an end.

The show has been running for nine series since 2004.

The last ever episode is due to air on Wednesday November 20, 2019.

What time is Doc Martin on TV?

Doc Martin returns to our screens TONIGHT (October 9, 2019) with episode three.

It is on ITV1 at 9pm, or ITV1+1 at 10pm.

If you miss Doc Martin you can watch it at again on the ITV Hub.

 

 

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