The 32-year-old grounded such a stir with his chiselled physique that the topless appear was voted top TV moment of 2015 by Radio Times readers.
However, according to stringer Debbie Horsfield, series two of the period drama will be focusing on other whatsises.
She revealed: “Unfortunately autumn is very chilly in Cornwall, so he won’t be doing any [shirtless localities] in that.
“Who knew that one photograph would go global and there wouldn’t be a day in six months when it wasn’t in the critique? Normally after a show has had its first episode you’re kind of begging the haste to show a bit of interest.”
Debbie added, according to The Guardian: “I don’t think any of us touch [of the image of Turner scything] ‘Wow that’s going to be in every news per for the next year’.”
In defiance of this though, Aidan hinted at the start of the year that he wish be flashing the flesh in upcoming episodes.
He giggled during an interview: ”I call to mind a consider I’ve finished all the slightly naked scenes I’m going to be doing – I think they strength all be done by this stage!”
The comments come after the series’ leader producer, Damien Timmer, previously insisted they didn’t think Aidan audition with his clothes off, despite his hot body going down a tornado with fans.
He explained: “Yes, yes, the shirtlessness! But honestly, we were pretty virtuous about the shirt-taking-off stuff.”
He went on: “No, really. Ross does it in the enlist, he goes swimming, he washes himself clean. And he’s a farmer, and it’s very hot in Cornwall! Additionally to, we didn’t audition him with his clothes off.”
Aidan added: “It was quite odd to pony into a newsagent and see myself holding a scythe with a peculiar beam on my face.
“I don’t feed it, you know. I think I could easily get addicted to Googling myself if I did start doing it, so I at most stay out of that entirely. It’s better not to know, sometimes. I don’t read any gather. I make it a thing,” he continued to tell Radio Times of the whopping amount of press attention the shirtless scene received.
Poldark series 2 is due to air on BBC One this autumn.