The series has been selected for season 13.
While things may get dramatic for Poplar’s fictional midwives, her real-life fans needn’t be on the edge of their seats about the show’s future. In April 2021, even before season 10 aired in the UK, the BBC announced that it had picked up the series not only for the previously announced season 11, but also for seasons 12 and 13. Consists of 8 one-hour episodes and an annual Christmas special.
Series creator Heidi Thomas said at the time, “It’s an incredible privilege to be able to look back a decade to Call the Midwife, knowing that our journey is still not over.” “We are excited to continue on for a few more years! Just like Nonnetas House, we have a proud past but an even more exciting future – full of old favorites, new faces, high hemlines, new ideas. The stories they tell are like children – they just keep on coming, we love them all and are committed to doing our best for each one.”
When will season 12 start?
No official date has been announced yet for Call the Midwife’s next release, but the pace of the series has always been pretty steady (minus the delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic). It can therefore be assumed that season 12 will begin airing in the UK as early as 2023, and that new episodes will air in the US a little later, possibly in the spring.
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Call the Midwife season 10 is currently available to stream on PBS, while the first 9 seasons are also available on Netflix (season 10 is scheduled for March 21st). Seasons 1-10 is also available for purchase on Amazon Prime.
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