In this post, we are going to talk about Call The Midwife season 9 episode 6 update, preview, and streaming info. The show is supposed to release another episode in this week, and we will be talking more about it as the fifth episode was released last Sunday. However, the article will be full of spoilers and to avoid them, you can avoid reading everything but update and streaming details sections.
Call The Midwife Season 9 Episode 6 update
The show is now five episodes deep into the ninth season as of now, and the sixth episode is supposed to release next Sunday. The sixth episode of Call The Midwife season 9 is scheduled to air on 9 February 2020, although the previous episode was released on 2 February 2020. The episode titles of the show are not released. The show has an average runtime per episode of 60 minutes, and the show has a 4.62/5 rating from 37 ratings on the Next Episode site.
Call The Midwife Season 9 Episode 6 Preview
The next episode will take us to the Turners, Hong Kong adoption agency will be calling Shelagh to give the important news that someone from May’s past has arrived in the UK and wants to see the little girl. Meanwhile, Valerie’s sibling Maureen is heavily pregnant and expecting her baby to be born on Thursday, the same date as her father and grandfather. However, the due date isn’t near and to bring on the birth near, Maureen takes a big gamble by taking castor oil without informing anyone, which has potentially disastrous consequences. No preview clip of the next episode has been released!
Call The Midwife Season 9 Episode 6 Streaming
The show is aired on the BBC One channel in the UK at 8 PM GMT, and new episodes are released only on Sundays. The show can be streamed online too, and the BBC iPlayer will be there to help you stream the show online. Furthermore, America audience will be able to watch the show on PBS channel from 29th March 2020, so patience is required and also they will have to avoid spoilers before they get to watch the show!
The sixth episode is supposed to air in a few hours, and you can watch it either on BBC One on TV or on BBC iPlayer. Here is the latest tweet from the twitter page of the show!
— Call the Midwife (@CallTheMidwife1) February 9, 2020