What a hasty pace. Crashing trains in Call the Midwife’s season finale left viewers in a state of panic, with the fates of favorite characters hanging in the balance. As their predicament deteriorated, the good doctor and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) found themselves in a hazardous position. A suspected heart attack and a concussion put their lives in jeopardy.
A ticking bomb had been ticking in the back of viewers’ minds, teasing the worst possible consequence, and now, the raven of doom had arrived.
Thankfully, the two passengers were unharmed, but the driver, whose pregnant wife was on the verge of giving delivery, tragically lost her life in the accident.
Sister Julienne (Helen George) and Nurse Trixie Franklin (Helen George) left Nonnatus House in episode five, and the house had to deal with the pandemonium without them.
Returning from a journey to save the day, nurse Phyllis Crane (Linda Bassett) calmed viewers’ fears with her steady approach to the problem
That was a lot of reading. With a cup of tea and a piece of cake, you’ll be able to recharge your batteries while we discuss the future of Call the Midwife.
Call the Midwife Season 12 Cast
The British historical drama series features Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne, Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan, Linda Bassett as Phyllis Crane, and Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner. Shelagh Turner is played by Laura Main, Cyril Robinson is played by Zephryn Taite, and Fred is played by Cliff Parisi.
Trixie will be played by Helen George. Lucy Anderson, Reggie Jackson, and Violet Buckle are all portrayed by the same actors in the film. In addition to the stars mentioned previously, the series features a few other prominent actors. Most of the original cast members are expected to return if a Call The Midwife Season 12 is made available.
Call the Midwife Season 12 Plot
This season, we can count on more babies and even more chaos, thanks to the Call the Midwife creative team.
In the words of Pippa Harris, executive producer at Neal Street Productions,
It’s wonderful to know that the BBC has faith in us, and we look forward to bringing our fans more laughs, tears, and new babies in the months ahead.
When Heidi Thomas said the following, she hinted at possible storylines.
Just as when we have our first child, we never get tired of recounting stories. We promise to do our best for them all. During Trixie’s recovery, fans should expect a lot of character growth.
Digital Spy and other media sites quoted McGann as saying, “In general, I’d say we’re all pleased with how things are developing. What we’ve always claimed is the reason behind the problem: I suppose there is a basic time period in the past for its growth.
If you stick to historical facts, it won’t last forever, as it didn’t back then. A punctuation mark appears at the end as a result. In my opinion, the creative team is “far too bright” for me to believe that they do not know when that would be, or that they cannot make it work within the context of history.
Call the Midwife Season 12 Release Date
There is no word yet on when new episodes of Call the Midwife will air in the US, but given the show’s history of consistency and the recent COVID-19 pandemic delays, we can assume that new episodes will premiere in the UK on 13 Jan 2023, with US airings following a few months later than previously anticipated—possibly that spring.
Call the Midwife Season 12 Trailer
For now, enjoy the trailer for the new series below, and be sure to check into BBC iPlayer to catch up if it piques your interest.
Let’s check out the season 10 preview of Call the Midwife.