The drama Call the Midwife has gained a devoted following among viewers worldwide, and fortunately, the show’s future has been confirmed with three more seasons on the way, ensuring we will continue to see it on television at least until 2026.
“After so many years, our much loved regular characters are like family to me – and our great viewers so often tell me that they feel the same,” says Call the Midwife creator and writer Heidi Thomas OBE about the upcoming season. They will love, I’m sure, just as much as I do, that Call the Midwife’s thirteenth season is chock full of lovely moments honoring the young and the old and the priceless bonds that unite them.
When Will Call the Midwife’s Season 13 Release Date?
A UK or US release date won’t be announced for some time, but Call the Midwife usually makes a comeback to television with a special episode on Christmas Day. A new season premieres in January on BBC One in the UK and March on PBS in the US.
The BBC has officially confirmed that work has begun on season 13 of Neal Street Productions’ Call the Midwife. The season will consist of eight one-hour episodes in 2024 after a ninety-minute Christmas special in 2023.
Call the Midwife Season 13 Cast
|Matthew Aylward (Mr. Aylward)||Olly Rix|
|Trixie Franklin (Mrs. Aylward)||Helen George|
|Sister Julienne||Jenny Agutter|
|Nurse Phyllis Crane||Linda Bassett|
|Sister Veronica||Rebecca Gethings|
|Miss Higgins||Georgie Glen|
|Sister Monica Joan||Judy Parfitt|
|Nurse Nancy Corrigan||Megan Cusack|
|Colette Corrigan (Nancy’s daughter)||Francesca Fullilove|
|Doctor Turner||Stephen McGann|
|Shelagh Turner (Doctor Turner’s wife)||Laura Main|
|Timothy Turner (Doctor Turner’s son)||Max Macmillan|
|Angela Turner (Doctor Turner’s daughter)||Alice Brown|
|May Tang||April Rae Hoang|
|Teddy Turner||Edward Shaw|
|Fred Buckle||Cliff Parisi|
|Violet Buckle||Annabelle Apsion|
|Reggie Jackson||Daniel Laurie|
|Cyril Robinson||Zephryn Taitte|
|Joyce Highland (Pupil Midwife)||Renee Bailey|
|Rosalind Clifford (Pupil Midwife)||Natalie Quarry|
Call the Midwife Season 13 Plotline
Season 13 of “Call the Midwife” is expected to provide the same gripping drama and emotional narrative that viewers have grown to love. The creator of the show, Heidi Thomas, has compared the stories on the show to endless infants, highlighting the dedication to fully expressing each story. The new season, which is set in 1969, keeps delving further into the complex medical and interpersonal circumstances that the district nursing and midwifery teams at Nonnatus House must deal with.
The number of births in hospitals has increased throughout this time, putting a heavy burden on maternity beds across the country. But Poplar is unique because of Nonnatus House’s hard work and the prevalence of home births supervised by the Sisters.
The experiences of the Nigerian and Sylheti populations, together with the difficulties along the docks, will be explored in depth in Season 13. The Nonnatus team will face difficult social and health problems due to the ongoing problem of substandard housing in several areas of Poplar. Additionally, the program will address medical issues like TB, tetanus, cerebral palsy, congenital hip dysplasia, and porphyria.
Viewers can also anticipate Trixie and Matthew’s developing connection as they work through the complexities of married life. Although their post-marriage living arrangement is still unknown, their intense and demanding relationship guarantees that they won’t be “playing house,” which gives the next season even more mystery.
Matthew’s actor Olly Rix suggests that they have a great marriage based on their strict and encouraging relationship, and he looks forward to taking audiences on an exciting journey while staying deeply rooted in Poplar and Nonnatus House.
Call the Midwife Season 12 of Ending
The season 12 finale of “Call the Midwife” had heartfelt moments as well as its trademark highs and lows, making for an emotional viewing experience. The much-anticipated wedding of Trixie and Matthew—a lavish celebration of love and dedication—was the high point of the show. But when the reception location caught fire, the couple’s perfect day took an unexpected turn, forcing them to have their wedding breakfast outside on Poplar’s streets and demonstrating the characters’ fortitude in the face of hardship.
Along with the celebrations, the episode debuted a dramatic turn of events as Dr. Turner’s career was turned upside down due to a car accident. To save the life of a pregnant woman who was injured in an accident and was being transported to the labor ward, he had to mobilize all of his expertise.
“Call the Midwife” is known for its emotional highs and lows, and the Season 12 finale did not disappoint, drawing viewers in and maintaining their interest. The remarkable viewership figures of the Christmas special and the season premiere attest to the series’ lasting appeal and deep emotional resonance, guaranteeing the survival of “Call the Midwife” legacy.