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Call the Midwife Season 12: Release Date, Cast Details and Other Updates

With the conclusion of Call the Midwife’s eleventh season, many viewers are left wondering what lies ahead for Poplar’s midwives. If you enjoyed the massive and excellent Call the Midwife Christmas Special, then you have some more news to know. Find out when the next season of “Call the Midwife” will air by reading this article.

Release date of Call the Midwife Season 12

According to the PremiereDate, Season 12 of Call the Midwife will premiere on January 1, 2023. That’s not too far away! Thrilling details were shared on the show’s official Instagram account, with the post reading: “NEWS!!! Season 12 of “Call the Midwife” premieres on New Year’s Day in the UK! “We’re excited to share the debut date for our new series with you: January 1, 2019 (only ONE WEEK after our upcoming Christmas Special) on BBC One! We’re thrilled that you won’t have to wait long for our new stories and can begin reading in 1968.

Who will play different roles in Season 12 of Call the Midwife?

As per the sources, most of the regular Call the Midwife cast members are expected to return for season 12. It appears that Sister Hilda (Fenella Woolgar) and Sister Frances (Ella Bruccoleri) will be leaving the show after this year’s Christmas special. Rebecca Gethings, who was previously unannounced, has been cast as Sister Veronica. She described her personality as follows “As a result, she frequently manages to stick her foot in it and prick egos. However, she only ever does what’s best. Though she isn’t the introverted type. “She rushes in without waiting to be welcomed. Because she is worthless in her ministry unless she is effecting change, she usually immediately rushes in and goes to work.” Stars appearing in future episodes of Season 12 are still being revealed.

Storyline of the Next Series

Poplar will return to normal in Season 12 after the train crash at the end of Season 11, with the Nonnatus House midwives welcoming a heavily pregnant Rhoda Mullucks back to the maternity unit. Rhoda is understandably anxious, as her previous child was born with congenital disabilities in Season 5 after Dr. Patrick Turner prescribed her thalidomide. As stated by Thomas, a ventouse birth will be seen for the first time in the upcoming season. She continued, “Once again, we’re looking at some really compelling stories about how society was developing at that time. Indeed, not every new development will be a welcome improvement. Enoch Powell’s controversial remarks against immigration that led to his removal from the Shadow Cabinet will likewise have an outsized impact on the upcoming section.

‘Call the Midwife’ Trailer

The trailer for the series is as below:


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