Call The Midwife has opened its doors, and they are soon going to surprise their fans. Also, Christmas won’t slip away from the show. However, there will probably be some changes due to this dreadful pandemic. But, it’s okay because we will get to see more of the drama. Know some of the significant upcoming details of Call The Midwife Season 10.
Call The Midwife, as the name itself suggests, the show is about a group of nurse-midwives. Heidi Thomas has created the series in the memory of Jennifer Worth, who worked with St’ John, the Divine’s community. Moreover, the plot revolves around Jenny Lee and the working of midwives and Nonnatus House nuns. There has been a discussion of very issues throughout the show. Call The Midwife includes social and cultural topics such as pregnancy, prostitution, poverty, diseases, religion, racism, prejudice, etc. The show will relate to all the issue which you face and see around yourself. However, we expect there will obviously be some new drama coming up for the tenth installment.
Call The Midwife Season 10: Things Will Be Different
This whole year has been different for us, so how can we not expect the show to be different. Therefore, fans will see a lot of changes in Call The Midwife Season 10. We see a photo of Stephen McGann getting his makeup from someone covered in the PPE suit. There are social distancing and precautions kept, which will obviously be seen in front of the camera as well. There will not be hugging or any closeness in front or even behind the camera.
Call The Midwife Season 10: Set in 1965!
This year’s Call The Midwife’s Christmas special is set in the year 1965. Heidi Thomas, the show’s creator, says in an interview with RadioTimes.com about the following scenario. He says that the Christmas celebration was the priority of the makers. But, this time, things will not go the same as planned. There will be a surprise reunion of Shelagh, involving her in deeply moving birth. Indeed, the show will bring new friendships, new experiences, and even the exciting adventure ahead amidst this coronavirus situation.
Seven Episodes Instead Of Eight
The show will wrap up its things with seven episodes this time. We don’t think that will be the problem for the fans. It’s essential to maintain the engagement than the quantity of it. The new look of the casts with masks have been trending on the web. Call The Midwife Season 10 will continue to celebrate the skills and bravery of the midwives and the crew members.
Call The Midwife Season 10: Release Date
The show has continued its shooting process, but will it able to come by the end of 2020? We speculate Call The Midwife Season 10 will be coming up in 2021. There will be specific changes in the characters’ appearance, but the plot will remain entertaining as the previous ones. Indeed it will be fun to see the different scenarios on the set. Stay tuned in this space with us.