Call The Midwife Season 11: BBC’s Call The Midwives is a British periodic drama series that first aired in 2012. The show revolves around a group of midwife nurses who work in East London in the 1950s. The house’s nurse-midwives deal with various issues impacting the community and their effects on their personal lives throughout the show. It insightfully explores post-world war London from the eyes of the midwives.
Based on the journals of Jennifer Worth and created by Heidi Thomas, the series received massive critical praise from the critics and audience alike. The show is applauded for its captivating narrative, period-accurate social issues, and some brilliant performance from the star cast. As a result, the buzz is high for the upcoming season. So, let us discuss Everything we know about Call The Midwife season 11.
Call the Midwife Season 11: Release Date
The tenth season of ‘Call the Midwife’ premiered on PBS on October 3, 2021, and concluded on November 14, 2021. The tenth season consists of seven episodes, with a runtime of 60–90 minutes. Moreover, BBC has already confirmed the show’s renewal till the eleventh season when the show was renewed for seasons 9 to 11.
However, it suffered a production delay because of the covid19 outbreak and finally began in April 2021. And after almost seventh months of filming, the show creators announced via a Tweet that the filming has finally completed. Not just that, Season 11 will have eight episodes (one more than the previous season) plus a Christmas special.
Although there is no news on the show’s actual premiere date, the Christmas special episode of the upcoming season will premiere around Christmas. And the rest of the season would premiere sometime in early 2022. Furthermore, there’s some more good news for the series fans. The BBC One network has already renewed the show for seasons 12 and 13 in mid-April 2021, before the premiere of the tenth season. So, fans can now sleep peacefully knowing that the popular show will be on the air until 2024.
What Will Happen In The Next Season?
In ‘Call The Midwife’ Season 10, fans saw the nurses of Nonnatus House continuing to help the inhabitants of the Poplar region while also coping with their problems. The season, set in 1966, illustrated the disputes when the convent and Lady Emily Clinic, a private facility in Mayfair, were asked to work in partnership.
As a supporter of free health care through public institutions, Dr. Turner actively resisted the motion. In addition, the House started teaching junior midwives. On the other hand, Trixie wrote on the necessity to decriminalize abortion, which turned into a controversy. Meanwhile, Cyril and Lucille decided to marry in Poplar during the Christmas season.
Now in Call The Midwife Season 11, the viweres might see Cyril and Lucille marrying each other. Furthermore, the midwives will continue their tireless efforts to help those around them. And the debate about legalizing abortion in Britain will likely be at the center of the upcoming season.
Trixie may form a bond with Matthew Aylward. After providing invaluable assistance to the widower during the eleventh season. This is because Matthew pledged financial support to the House in remembrance of his wife in season 10.
Morreover, the Abortion Act of 1967, which legalizes abortion on some conditions, will be crucial for the House nurses. It represents a significant moment in women’s lives in England. And the following season may probe deeply about The ‘Sexual Offences Act’ 1967. So, don’t miss it, and stay tuned with us for more updayes.