Call the Midwife Season 12 is already being filmed, so we can begin to get excited about the show’s return. Fans eagerly await the new season of Call the Midwife, which premiered earlier this year, and show favorite Stephen McGann, who portrays Dr. Patrick Turner, has been posting behind-the-scenes photos of filming.
Stephen shared a picture of himself and Ned Shaw, the actor who portrays his son, Teddy, on his Instagram account. Filmed on a bright day at Nonnatus House, the photo depicts the father and son combo in good spirits as they enjoy the weather while filming for an outdoor event.
Is @CallTheMidwife1 the greatest TV show of the past 25 years? The Nonnatus House Sisters are in the running for the title – head this way to vote for your favourite 👇https://t.co/4pAzKmS7oS pic.twitter.com/Y3gU6Ozk5K
— Radio Times (@RadioTimes) July 13, 2022
What Could the Plot Summary for “Call the Midwife Season 12”?
There’s no shortage of drama in store for Nonnatus House shortly. “The stories we tell are like babies—they never stop coming, we love them all, and we swear to do our best by every single one,” show writer and creator Heidi Thomas said.
Matthew and Trixie may have a lot of sex shortly. Is it possible that Lucille and Cyril may become parents this season following last season’s baby heartbreak?
Who Is Returning for “Call the Midwife Season 12”?
All of the regular Call the Midwife actors and actresses are expected to return for the upcoming third season. It is expected that Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) will return as well as Sister Hilda (Fenella Woolgar), Sister Monica Joan (Judy Parfitt), Nurse Nancy Corrigan (Megan Cusack), Nurse Phyllis Crane (Linda Bassett), and Miss Higgins (Joan Cusack) in season 12 of The Sisters of Mercy (Georgie Glen).
It is also expected that Leonie Elliott’s Nurse Lucille and her onscreen husband Cyril Robinson will return. Aylward, who established a romance with Trixie throughout the last season of the show, is also expected to return, along with regulars Fred Buckle (Cliff Parisi), Violet Buckle, and Reggie Jackson (Daniel Laurie).
He and his family, including his wife Shelagh Turner (Laura Main) and son Timothy Turner (Josh Hutcherson), will also return (Max Macmillan). Stephen McGann, who plays Dr. Patrick Turner, hinted that more known figures would be returning to the show in an interview with the Radio Times(opens in new tab). To begin with, I can tell you that the Christmas special features the triumphant return of several beloved characters from the show’s past.
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When Will the “Call the Midwife Season 12” Premiere?
Call the Midwife returns to our televisions on Christmas Day, even if we don’t know the exact date yet. Season 12 of Call the Midwife is expected to premiere in January 2023, following the rest of the season. All 11 seasons of Call the Midwife are currently available on BBC iPlayer. A date for the US premiere of Call the Midwife season 12 has not yet been announced but we will keep this page updated when it does. In addition to the BBC renewing the show for the current season, it has also been granted the go-ahead for season 13, which will premiere in 2024. That’s great news for fans.
Is There a Trailer for “Call the Midwife Season 12”?
The official season 12 trailer hasn’t been released yet, but we’ll add it to this guide as soon as it does. Let’s watch the trailer for the previous season:-
Is Trixie back on Call the Midwife?
It was hinted at in an interview with the Radio Times by show creator Heidi Thomas, who said, “The character will be back.” “Trixie rejoins the group. And Trixie is going to have a big surprise in store for her this season, which we probably won’t reveal just yet.”
Where can I watch all of the seasons of Call the Midwife for free?
You can watch Call the Midwife on the PBS Video App for free.
Download the free PBS Video App to watch the new season of Call the Midwife on your favorite streaming device!
Beginning Sunday, March 20th, at 8 p.m. Eastern, the PBS Video App will offer new episodes of Call the Midwife.