Call The Midwife confirms that it will return at least THREE more seasons in the future ahead of the Series 10 premiere
Call The Midwife bosses have confirmed that the much-loved drama will return for three more series ahead of Series 10’s premiere on Sunday.
Fans of the show will be over the moon, as BBC bosses – who had already announced Series 11 – have now confirmed two more.
Filming for the next series will begin soon and will air next year as insiders report that the upcoming series will cover the years 1967-1969.
Good news! Call The Midwife bosses have confirmed that the much-loved drama will return for three more series ahead of Series 10’s premiere on Sunday (photo: nurse Trixie Franklin played by Helen George)
A TV source told me Sun: ‘Call the Midwife may have been around for almost a decade, but things are still going well and give the Beeb a winner on Sunday evening.
“There was no way the company would stop a show that has such a strong following and so much more room for storylines.”
“Continuing the show in series 12 and 13, the program will enter one of the most exciting periods in recent memory.”
Confirmed: Fans of the show will be over the moon as BBC bosses – who had already announced Series 11 – have now confirmed two more (Photo: Sister Monica Joan played by Judy Parfitt)
They added that there is no sign of the series ending due to the success it has brought to the broadcaster.
Fans have gotten a first look at the upcoming 10th series as Nonnatus House tackles the dangers of nuclear testing and the joys of the 1966 World Cup.
Images show star Helen George as Sister Trixie after being promoted to become a nurse in a private hospital.
Available soon! Call The Midwife has given fans their first look at the upcoming 10th series as Nonnatus House tackles the dangers of nuclear testing and the joys of the 1966 World Cup.
In the first look images, Helen can be seen in her character as Sister Beatrix Franklin, donning her smart new nurse’s uniform after getting her new job as a nurse.
Call The Midwife regularly attracts more than 10 million viewers, making it one of the most successful shows on UK TV.
But it has only won one Bafta award, the Radio Times Audience Award in 2013, which was voted on by members of the public.
It has not received a single nomination in any category since that year, with the award for Best Drama often going to thrillers like Peaky Blinders or Broadchurch.
The show was written and created by Heidi Thomas based on a nurse’s memoir.
Exciting: first look snaps show star Helen in character as nurse Trixie after she’s promoted to become a nurse at a private hospital