Call The Midwife Season 9: We are back with the latest updates about your favorite show, Call The Midwife. Call the Midwife is a BBC drama series concerning a group of nurse midwives working in the East End of London around the years the 1950s and 1960s.
Once ‘Call The Midwife’ season eight reached the finale in March 2019, it was set forth that the BBC had ordered three more seasons of the well-liked show, as well as three Christmas specials.
The Christmas special in 2019 embarked on things again for season nine releasing in early 2020.
When Did Call The Midwife Season 9 Premiere?
Season nine premiered on Sunday the 5th of January at 8 pm on BBC One. It was premiered after the 2019 Christmas special. The season has 8 episodes. The series then ended on Sunday 23rd of February.
And as far as we know season 10 is already confirmed by BBC.
Who All Starred In Call The Midwife Season 9?
All our favorites returned for season 9.
We got to see Miriam Margolyes as Mother Mildred, Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne, Linda Bassett as Nurse Crane, Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan.
Ella Bruccoleri as Sister Frances, Fenella Woolgar as Sister Hilda, Helen George as Trixie, Laura Main as Shelagh Turner returned too.
Apart from them we also got see Jennifer Kirby as Valerie, Leonie Elliott as Lucille, Stephen McGann as Dr. Turner, Cliff Parisi as Fred. And Georgie Glen as Miss Higgins, Max Macmillan as Timothy, Annabelle Apsion as Violet, Trevor Cooper as Sgt Woolf, and Daniel Laurie as Reggie.
What Is The Plot Of ‘Call The Midwife’ Season 9?
The BBC provided the fans with a synopsis before the premiere of the series. It said that the series 9 opens with the funeral of Winston Churchill in January 1965. Season 9 then carries on with Nonnatus House set foot into a dauntless and inventive era. The tower blocks increase. A brand new East End resurrects and society becomes flourishing but in a complex way. Our amicable group of medics and midwives face unanticipated provocations. As the rules change, the population shifts and old diseases return to spook them. Apace with the joy and positivity of birth, they have to deal with cases of drug abuse, tuberculosis, diphtheria, cancer, and fistula. Meantime, their circumstances are charged with love and loss. And they jeopardize their well being when Nonnatus faces the threat of demolition.