Here we have all information about the Call the Midwife Season 11 and its release date, platform, cast and much more.
Call the Midwife series has proven over the seasons that it’s not just a cute and sweet Sunday evening comedy featuring new babies, but that the show is also not afraid to deal with challenging and delicate subjects.
The cast has been dropping hints about all the joys to come, so fans of the drama based on a midwife will have something to look forward to. The hope of a romance between the two has been expressed by viewers, but it remains to be seen whether this will truly happen.
We’ll cover all the information you need to know about the release date, cast, and plot of Call the Midwife Season 11 in this article.
Call the Midwife: Overview
A big part of the series is still anonymous today, although some of the actress like Helen George has coded that her character, will have some roadblocks in her shy love with Matthew Aylward.
The first episode of season 11, “Call the Midwife” opens on Easter, and although their Christmas wedding took place a few months ago, Cyril and Lucille are still on their honeymoon period. Fans of Call the Midwife can now enjoy season 11, following the Christmas special Call the Midwife on BBC Christmas TV.
It’s been confirmed that Call the Midwife fans can rest easy knowing that Trixie Franklin will be returning for season 12. If we don’t see her character by the end of the season, she’ll likely appear in a Christmas special later this year.
When is Call the Midwife Season 11 releasing online?
Season 11 had been premiered on the BBC Platforms on 2 January, 2022 at 8pm. After the debut of the previous episode, fans are waiting for the next episode to air, namely Call the Midwife Season 11 Episode 6.
You can watch any of the new episodes of Season 11 on BBC iPlayer or BBC one. The new series arrived just eight days after last Christmas in the feature-length “Call the Midwife” on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. Season 11 continued on Sunday nights on BBC One, while seasons 1-10 were broadcast on BBC iPlayer.
Season 11has already been out, and with that it has also been announced that the series was also renewed for some next two seasons, which means that we can have the expectation of the series to run until at least 2024.
You are also able to watch the new season of this series’ on all the platforms of PBS. However, Calling the Midwife season 12 premiere date is currently unknown, but given the series is a story about the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic and recent delays, it’s safe to assume the new series will premiere in the UK in early 2023.
And it airs in the U.S. a few months later, perhaps the same spring, later than previously expected.
Who are in the cast of Call the Midwife Season 11?
The most recent season of Call the Midwife will feature a cast reunion. That includes Sister Julienne (played by Jenny Agutter), Nurse Lucille Anderson (played by Leonie Elliott), Nurse Phyllis Crane (played by Linda Bassett), Sister Monica Joan (played by Judy Parfitt), and Nurse Trixie Franklin (played by Linda Bassett) (Helen George).
Other actors who will appear in the new episodes include Georgie Glen (Miss Higgins), Ella Bruccoleri (Sister Frances), Laura Main (Shelagh Turner), Cliff Parisi, Daniel Laurie (Reggie), Zephryn Taitte (Cyril Robinson), Fenella Woolgar (Sister Hilda), Daniel Laurie (Reggie), Stephen McGann (Dr. Turner), Daniel Laurie (Reggie), Annabel Apsion (Violet Buckle (Fred Buckle).