Call the Midwife Season 11 Release Date

Call The Midwife Season 12 & 13 Renewed Confirmed And Everything We Know So Far!


Season 11 of Call the Midwife ended on May 8 with a tense episode that made people wonder what would happen to two of their favorite characters. Everything worked out in the end, and the episode ended with everyone getting together at Nonnatus House to celebrate after a hard time.

The end of the episode almost felt like the end of the series, but fans don’t have to worry that they’ve seen the last of Nurse Corrigan, Sister Julienne, and the other nuns and midwives. Call the Midwife is set to come back for 12 more seasons.

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‘Call the Midwife’ Season 12 and 13 Release Date:

With season 10 starting on April 18 at 8 p.m. and season 11 about to start filming, Call the Midwife will now be on until 2024. Piers Wenger, who is the Director of BBC Drama, and Charlotte Moore, who is the Chief Content Officer, asked for Series 12 and 13. They will have two 8×60′ series and two Christmas specials. So, it will be on the network for a long time in the future.

Beyond that, we can guess that season 12 will start sometime in 2023.

Production on new episodes in the U.K

Season 12 of Call the Midwife is already being made. The show’s official Twitter account recently posted a picture of the Turner family celebrating the holidays in the annual Christmas special. In another post, it was said that Helen George would be back as Nurse Trixie Franklin. George missed the last few episodes of season 11 because she was taking time off to have a baby.

“Helen is now ready to get back on her bike and start ministering to the women of Poplar again!” read a message on the official Facebook page for the show. “We’re so glad to have her back, and we can’t wait to show you what happens next in Trixie’s story.”

The 2022 Christmas episode of Call the Midwife will air later this year. (It usually airs in the U.S. and U.K. on Christmas Day.) Season 12 will start on the BBC in 2023. No date has been set for when it will air in the U.S.

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