Call the Midwife Season 10: Is this Season Renewed?
Call the Midwife has returned to the BBC for its tenth season, which continues to look at post-war London through the eyes of the dedicated midwives of Nonnatus House. The show is charming, poignant, and easy to binge-watch. Like many other TV shows, Call the Midwife had a lot of problems with its filming schedule because of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.
It should be back on American soil shortly now that it's back on track in its native nation. The BBC show, which was made available to more people in the U.S. and around the world thanks to deals with PBS and Netflix, has been popular since its 2020 debut. When Call the Midwife was first made, it was based on the popular memoirs of Jennifer Worth.
However, after the death of the character based on Worth, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine), the show went in a different direction from her stories. Afterwards, Call the Midwife was praised for its well-rounded cast and depiction of how real-life events and crises affected families in London's East End, where the show was set.
As of April 2021, we know a lot more about what to expect from the 10th season of Call the Midwife.
The Cast of the 10th Season of Call the Midwife is Here
Sister Julienne and Nurse Crane are both played by Jenny Agutter at Nonnatus House. Linda Bassett plays Nurse Crane. Judy Parfitt plays Sister Monica Joan, Fenella Woolgar plays Sister Hilda, Ella Bruccolari plays Sister Frances, Helen George plays Trixie Franklin, and Leonie Elliott plays Nurse Crane (Lucille Anderson).
The actors who played Shelagh Turner and Dr Patrick Turner are also back. Laura Main, Stephen McGann, Cliff Parisi, Annabelle Apsion, Georgie Glen, Max Macmillan, Daniel Laurie, and Zephryn Taitte are also back (Cyril Robinson). The 2020 Christmas special did not include Mother Mildred.
Miriam Margolyes is still part of the wider cast, even though her character did not appear. The Call the Midwife cast for season 10 does not, however, include Jennifer Kirby, who has decided to leave the show. It's been a great four years with “Call the Midwife,” but Kirby will say goodbye to Nonnatus and Val and the cast, crew, and production team in August 2020 when the show airs its last episode.
This is a national treasure, and it will always be a huge honour for me to have been a part of it. My favourite Nonnatuns are still on the other side of the screen, and I can't wait to see them again. Call the Midwife has been around for a long time now. Chicks, goodbye.
In Season 10, what is Going on?
BBC One has already shown the episodes, so we don't want to give away anything, but here's the set-up for the 10th season. Season 10 of Call the Midwife takes place in 1966, and the show's creator, Heidi Thomas, has said that a very happy event might show up. England won the FIFA World Cup that year.
During a meeting about the show's ninth season, Thomas told the group, “I know that England will win the World Cup in 1966, so this year we can't do any sports stories” (via Radio Times). Because of this, fans can expect the World Cup to play a big role at some point this season.
Call the Midwife is also likely to talk about whether Nonnatus House is going to be demolished for the second time in a short time. At the start of season 9, a letter told the staff that their property was going to be taken away. A lot of people might remember that the original Nonnatus House was destroyed in season 3. This could be an important plot point in season 10.
For people who really want to know what's going to happen in the first two episodes of season 10, we'll just say that Trixie has been given an extra dose of tragedy. Catch up on BBC One if you live in the UK. Otherwise, start counting down the days until that PBS show comes out this fall.
Call the Midwife Season 10 is Coming Out Soon
On March 4, 2019, before the ninth season of “Call the Midwife” came out, the BBC decided to keep the show going through season 11. In the UK, season 10 began on April 18, 2021, and ended on May 30, 2021. At 8 p.m. on October 3, 2021, the “Call the Midwife” season premiered.
In addition, there will be a Christmas special called “Special Delivery” that will air on November 21, 2021. It took longer to make the show's 10th season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. On February 19, 2021, the filming was done, and it was over. Due to the delays, season 10 has seven hour-long episodes instead of eight.
Because the show had great ratings and a lot of positive feedback, the network decided to keep making it for seasons 12 and 13. This means that the show will be on our screens at least until 2024 at the earliest.
BBC One has already shown the episodes, so we don't want to give away anything, but here's the set-up for the 10th season. On March 4, 2019, before the ninth season of “Call the Midwife” came out, the BBC decided to keep the show going through season 11. In the UK, season 10 began on April 18, 2021, and ended on May 30, 2021. At 8 p.m. on October 3, 2021, “Call the Midwife” season premiered.