All Creatures Great and Small, Season 1

All Creatures Great and Small, Season 1

All Creatures Great and Small

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2021-01-11
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 8
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99
From 37 Ratings


At Skeldale House, new veterinarian James Herriot gets to know his new family; his erratic boss Siegfried Farnon, his wayward brother Tristan and the shrewd housekeeper Mrs. Hall. James is drawn to local farmer’s daughter Helen Alderson.


Title Time Price
1 You’ve Got to Dream 50:07 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Another Farnon? 50:07 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Andante 50:19 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 A Tricki Case 50:16 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 All’s Fair 50:17 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 A Cure for All Ills 50:06 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 The Night Before Christmas 1:01:33 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 All Creatures Great and Small Trailer 02:01 Free Buy on iTunes



  • Exceeded my impossibly-high expectations

    By 87Lakers
    I really don’t know how it could be any better. Perfect casting, writing, acting, music and cinematography. 10/10
  • Sweet

    By themom1982
    I loved the books and I love the show. I’ve watched Season One three times already.
  • Beautiful in every way!!

    By Sofarfromhere
    The scenery is lovely as well as the cast and script. Altogether delightful show. You won’t regret taking the time to enjoy this captivating adaption; written to capture the heart and soul of all who understand the beauty of the everyday.
  • Love it

    By Coke95
    Awesome series. So much better than all the other trash tv shows out there.
  • Excellent all around

    By Big Max 1
    Imagine american actors doing this? not a chance. British actors are just so much more superior in acting - this adaption of the book is another excellent example of why I just love British programs.
  • Fantastic Series

    By Justin A Morris
    Just finished watching the first season. I’m so ready for the second season. Fantastic series relaxing and charming.
  • Fantastic Series

    By UCrawford
    Watched all of the episodes (iTunes released the entire season, likely prematurely) and it's fantastic. Although it took a bit to get into the series, the storylines are entertaining and heartwarming without being contrived, the characters are well-formed and well-acted, and the scenery is spectacular (as the Yorkshire Dales always are). If you're looking for entertainment that is wholesome and positive, without being cloying, this is a great series and I happily recommend it.
  • Lovely heartwarming show

    By Jen from Alaska
    I grew up reading James Harriott’s stories. The show is beautifully shot, and spot on cast! Totally the distraction I needed during this stressful time.
  • Excellent

    By ehhemmer
    A great show, at so many levels. Great acting, good story line, beautiful scenery, believable challenges, all in an an interesting time period. On top of that it is entertaining and amusing, all that you’d want for a good family show.
  • Uncomfortable Changes

    By Solabrai
    I could not give this one star as the acting is satisfactory and the scenery, costumes, et all are enjoyable. But I am severely disappointed with the character changes made to the two Farnon brothers. Tristan is more cocksure and less friendly than in the books, but his character is practically unchanged compared to what happened to Siegfried. (Spoiler)First, he doesn’t want an assistant, then he is disappointed with James and fires him, then he’s boastful about having two assistants to another vet. He gets very upset with James for drinking at the pub! In the books he could keep pace with the farmers and regularly did so! He isn’t the brilliant, enthusiastic, energetic, generous, and maddeningly adorable man he is in the original stories. He simply isn’t warm. This adaptation focuses more on Mrs. Hall (she has a backstory) than on the animals and the quirky and unique cases James deals with in the books. I had hopes in the beginning, but when they made Tricki-Woo a growler! Sadly I have purchased a season pass. I’ll probably end up watching the rest of the season. But if the characters don’t improve by the end of the season, I will not be watching the next one. If you love the books, you probably won’t like this show.