When does Call the Midwife season 10 start on BBC?
FANS of Call the Midwife are thrilled to know the show will be back ANOTHER series.
The loveable nuns and nurses from Nonnatus House will once again be helping the people of Poplar by delivering lots of beautiful babies.
When does Call the Midwife season 10 start?
There isn't long to wait to get your fix of Call the Midwife.
The show kicks of THIS SUNDAY (April 14, 2021) and will run for eight episodes.
While plot details remain closely guarded, we do know that season 10 will take place in 1966.
The Sun revealed how Call the Midwife is set to run for at least three more seasons, which will take it to 1969.
Who stars in Call the Midwife season 10?
Fear not, your usual Call The Midwife favourites are back for season 10, and this includes:
- Helen George as Trixie
- Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
- Linda Bassett as Nurse Cane
- Fenella Woolgar as Sister Hilda
- Stephen McGann as Dr. Turner
- Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle
- Ella Bruccoleri as Sister Frances
- Laura Main as Shelagh Turner
- Leonie Elliott as Lucille
The Call the Midwife cast for season 10 does not, however, include Jennifer Kirby, who played Nurse Valerie, as she decided to leave the show.
“After four joyful years spent with Call the Midwife I have decided to say goodbye to Nonnatus, Val, and the wonderful cast, crew and production team,” the actress announced in August 2020.
What happened in Call the Midwife season 9
Sister Julienne was notified that the council was reducing funding to Nonnatus House at the same time that the rent payments were increased, putting the order's future in doubt.
Dr McNulty's drug problems also came to light.
Meanwhile, an impassioned speech to the council by Trixie and support from the local community lead to a stay of execution for Nonnatus House, but only for a year.
How can I watch Call the Midwife season 10?
You can watch it on BBC One every Sunday for eight weeks from April 18, 20201.
Until then you can watch all the past nine seasons for free on the BBC iPlayer.
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