Set in 1619, “Jamestown” follows the first English settlers as they establish a community in the New World. Amongst those landing onshore are a group of women destined to be married to the men of Jamestown, including three spirited women from England.
Three women set sail for the colony of Jamestown in 1619. But drama awaits, along with the men they are duty bound to marry.
Farlow and Redwick look to send the women a powerful message as their disdain for their new female neighbours intensifies.
A tribe invades the town, giving Jocelyn a chance to advance Samuel's career. Alice and Silas's future is thrown into jeopardy.
Rumor of a goldmine sends a stir os suspicion through the settlement. Meanwhile, Farlow and Redwick resort to espionage to get the better of Jocelyn.
Redwick sees a chance to stir up civil unrest when Yeardley is struck by illness. Meanwhile, Jocelyn realises she may have underestimated Temperance.
Alice turns to James for help as news about Henry spreads around the town. Verity falls back into dangerous old habits and Jocelyn sees a way to ingratiate her with her new adversary.
A terrible crime throws suspicion on the whole of Jamestown. When her position comes under threat, Jocelyn forges a surprising connection.
The Rutters hatch a money-making scheme that soon goes dangerously wrong. Silas searches for a way out of a sticky situation.
The Pamunkey find a way to teach the Sharrows a lesson. And it means major heartache for Alice. Yeardley's tested when he tries to intervene.
It's all happening as a ship heralds the arrival of James Read's wife. Out in the woods the Rutters run into trouble.
There's a big revelation when Secretary Farlow returns from England with a charming alchemist. Marie turns to the Rutters when she gets framed for a crime.
Jamestown is spooked as ghostly happenings fuel rumours Samuel has risen from the grave. Reddick gets everyone battle ready as news comes in of a Spanish attack.
Marie is driven to commit a terrible crime and Jocelyn forms a pact with the unlikeliest of allies.