Call The Midwife Season 7 was full of surprise and many fans are still to cope up with the happenings of the season few of which were a shocker to many of the fans, however, Call The Midwife Season 8 is right in front of us, so there is a very little time to prepare for it. After Season 7 fans have gotten relentless and waiting eagerly for BBC’s hit series, so in this post, we will be discussing on the possible update, cast and other details of the upcoming Call The Midwife Season 8.
Season 8 will be coming out as it was already announced back in 2016 that BBC had renewed it and they will have the drama running at least until 2020. So, it’s apparent that we will have Call The Midwife Season 8 in 2019 and Season 9 sometime in 2020, so there plenty of content remaining for the hit series.
So, Season 7 shocked many fans with the death of Nurse Barbara Hereward and according to reports, Season 8 will pick the story of the aftermath of her death and the impact it had on others. The setting will be of spring of 1964 when everyone is eagerly waiting for Queen’s birth. We also had a special Christmas episode which aired on December 25th and Season 8 will probably pick the pace after the events went down in the special episode.
Call The Midwife Season 8 Cast:
Possible members returning for Call The Midwife Season 8 are:
- Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
- Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
- Laura Main as Shelagh Turner
- Linda Bassett as Nurse Crane
- Helen George as Trixie
- Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred
- Leonie Elliott as Lucille
- Jennifer Kirby as Valerie
- Stephen McGann as Dr. Turner
- Annabelle Apsion as Violet
- Daniel Laurie as Reggie
- Cliff Parisi as Fred and others.
Call The Midwife Season 8 update:
The official update of Call The Midwife Season 8 is yet to announced, however, it is speculated that it might premiere in early 2019 or mid-2019. Stay tuned for further updates.