Call The Midwife Season 9 Release Date And Episode Count Revealed

Call The Midwife
Call The Midwife (Credits: BBC One)

Call the Midwife is a BBC series on a group of nurse midwives that worked in the East End of London in the late 1950s and early 1960s. This is one of the best shows that are on the BBC and it will be returning to the screen. Recently a Christmas Special for the show was released on 25th December 2019 on BBC One. What it did was bring back the hype for the series and prepared its fans for the upcoming season.

Call of Midwife Season 9 Release Date

The fans of the series will be getting 9 seasons of the show and the release date for it has already been revealed. The 9 Season of the show will air on 5th January 2020 and it will consist of eight episodes. As for the US fans, series nine is set to air from 29th March on PBS. Moreover, fans won’t have to worry about whether there will be another season after the ninth one.

Call The Midwife Season 9 Release Date
Call The Midwife (Credits: BBC One)

Because BBC announced that it had re-commissioned the drama for both series 10 and 11, meaning Call the Midwife will be on-air until at least 2022. After this, Creator and writer Heidi Thomas said: “Even after all these years, it still feels as though Call the Midwife has more truth to tell, more tears to cry, more life to celebrate, and more love to give. We are blessed with the best cast, crew, and audience a show could wish for, and I could not be more excited about our future.”

Pippa Harris, Executive Producer for Neal Street Productions said: “We are thrilled that the BBC have put such faith in the show by commissioning two more series and can’t wait to watch our wonderful cast and crew tackling all the social and medical changes which the swinging sixties will bring.”

Now let’s talk about the cast of the ninth season. Well, Miriam Margolyes is back as Mother Mildred in this year’s festive episode. There also many other people returning such as Jenny Agutter (Sister Julienne), Linda Bassett (Nurse Crane), Judy Parfitt (Sister Monica Joan), Fenella Woolgar (Sister Hilda), Ella Bruccoleri (Sister Frances), Helen George (Trixie), Laura Main (Shelagh Turner), Jennifer Kirby (Valerie), Leonie Elliott (Lucille), Stephen McGann (Dr. Turner), Cliff Parisi (Fred), Annabelle Apsion (Violet), Georgie Glen (Miss Higgins), Max Macmillan (Timothy), Trevor Cooper (Sgt Woolf) and Daniel Laurie (Reggie).