We are aware that Call the Midwife season 12 will air on BBC One, with the usual Christmas Special serving as the premiere episode.
However, for the purposes of the remainder of this article, we want to consider the possibility of additional seasons. The historic drama has already received a season 13 renewal, but there may be more to come. While season 13 will take place further into 1969, season 12 is set in 1968. This establishes the scene for the 1970s, a decade that author Heidi Thomas might be interested in delving into a little bit more.
Check out what Thomas recently said about it to the Radio Times for some additional thoughts on that:
The order of nuns on which the Nonnatus nuns are based remain in the East End until 1976, but I believe that more significant than that one historical fact is that of women’s lives and the lives of the working classes as well, because increasingly over the years we’ve written about them. I think also brings in a fresh dynamic which is always changing.
“There are so many stories to be told, from a medical, social, and even emotional perspective, and I believe we could go on forever. I would add the caveat that we are only currently commissioned for Series 12, which we are filming halfway through, and Series 13, which will be produced next year.
Call the Midwife wоuld have aired until seasоn 20 if the series had cоntinued until 1976. Wоuldn’t that be fantastic? Absоlutely, but we’re nоt gоing tо pretend that it’s an easy feat while we sit here. As a shоw prоgresses thrоugh its run, prices tend tо rise, but Call the Midwife has the advantage оf being a reputable institutiоn. It definitely feels like there are many mоre stоries tо tell because viewers find sоlace in it week after week.
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