Call The Midwife Season 10 Release Date And Who Is In Cast?

Season 9 of the drama series features a colourful portrait of the family and the story is set in post-war East London. Season 9 was a great success, so Season 10 will come for sure. There is no announcement for the show yet.

Heidi Thomas has transformed Jennifer Worth’s bestselling memoir into this show. This eight-episode series follows the life of Jenny, as she rejoins a group of exceptional nuns working as nurses at Nuncatus House.

Call The Midwife Season 10 Release Date

The drama was set to return in December 2020 with a Christmas special (set in Poplar) and then Season 10 from January 2021. But in March 2020, filming for Call the Midwife was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Looking at the schedule of past seasons, the show takes at least a year to air after the start of production, so we might be looking at a release date at the end of summer 2021 or fall 2021.

Call The Midwife Season 10 Cast

Miriam Margolis may return to the role of Mother Mildred in the 2019 Fest Special, but she will appear in the first episode of the new series. Jenny Oger (Sister Julian), Judy Parfitt (Sister Monica Jon), Fenella Woolgar (Sister Hilda), Ella Brooklerie (Sister Francis), Linda Bassett (Nurse Crane, Laura Main (Shellac Turner), Jennifer Kirby (Valerie), Valerie) ). Danielle Lowry (Reggie) returns to the series.

“Series nine is nothing new,” Heidi Thomas told the BBC. “The actors are very consistent, which is nice because I know everyone. They’re like a family.” However, there will be guest performers throughout the series. We will hear him often over the coming weeks.

What Can We Expect From Call The Midwife Season 10?

The new series culminated in Winston Churchill’s funeral in January 1965. Nantes House is under threat of demolition as nuns and midwives enter a new era of “adventurous and innovative”. Producer Heidi Thomas said that the episodes depict the harsh reality of the urban life in a rapidly changing society.

“Our group of medieval and experienced midwives faces unexpected challenges, as demographic changes, laws change, and chronic illnesses follow them … In the meantime, our own experiences are filled with love, loss, and doubt.”

Are There Medical Conditions?

Another year, midwives with severe cases will have to work. To “maintain the show’s consistent reputation for great, sensitive, and relevant stories,” midwives will look into the other conditions such as cancer, tuberculosis, diphtheria, drug use and fistula.