Love, lies and arguments - the family saga Teulu is back on S4C with all its complications. And this will be the last chance to follow the drama set in Aberaron, since this, the fifth series, will be the last.
On Sunday, 6 January, we pick up the story where we left off, and the tension between Margaret and Dr John is obvious. The revelation of Margaret's affair with business man Dafydd Wyn has torn the relationship, and despite Margaret's plea for forgiveness it seems we may have to wait some time for signs of reconciliation.
In the meantime, life goes on at the Surgery, Y Cei and Pot Jam - that is, until two new faces make their mark.
Gwawr Morris is an ambitious business woman. She comes to town with the promise of a manager's job at Y Cei, under new owner Llŷr. This is bad news for Huw who is currently at the helm. The role is played by Nia Roberts, star of the film Patagonia and S4C's Christmas film Pianissimo.
Also new to the cast is actor Aled Pedrick of Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, Carmarthenshire. Aled plays the role of Dr Alun Thomas, who manages to stir things up at the surgery within hours of his arrival.
"Dr Alun provides new blood at the surgery. He is an enthusiastic, ambitious character with a fresh and modern take on being a doctor," says Aled about the GP who does nothing to dispel the tension in an already strained atmosphere at the Surgery.
"He arrives in the first episode as a auditor on behalf of the Health Board. But Glandon Surgery makes quite an impression on him, and sparks a desire in him to return to full time doctoring. There is a suggestion that this visit could turn into a long term arrangement. Another reason for him to stay is nurse Anest. It's obvious from the start there is a spark between them," adds Aled who will be working again with Ceri Lloyd, who starred with him in the Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru production, Deffro'r Gwanwyn. Ceri plays Anest Rees.
"Despite Alun's ambition, his heart is in the right place and the patients' needs always come first. But as the series develops we start to see that this confidence and ambition could lead to his downfall," adds Aled.
Teulu is a drama of interlocking stories, a web of foolish decisions and choices which have far reaching consequences -with a small seaside community as backdrop.
"And the web get's tighter in this final series," says Aled, "As the story moves on you feel that the grip is tightening on everybody and that the foolish decisions of the past have come back to punish them."