Is this done before the 2022 premiere?

We know the American public is only watching now Call the midwife season 10, but let’s talk about season 11 for now! The BBC series has been working hard for much of the past few months on new episodes and now a big milestone has been reached. Production ends on the last batch of new episodes, and that means we’ll just have to wait and see what the future holds.

In a new Twitter post, actress Laura Main (who plays Shelagh) confirmed that she recently finished production on the show’s eleventh season. There’s a Christmas special coming up later this year to kick things off, and that will lead to new episodes resuming on the BBC most likely early next year. (It’s far too early to say when Season 11 premieres in America on PBS.) We’re sure this batch of episodes is once again packed with heartwarming stories that allow us to celebrate the hearts of some of these sages. -women, as well as the way they all adapt to changing times both in Poplar and beyond.

One of the reasons Main may have captured her “goodbye for now” photo is simply because it’s FAR from the end of the road for the show on BBC One. After all, two more seasons have already been ordered! Call the midwife turned out to be one of the most popular British dramas of the previous generation and also garnered great international appeal. At this point, we believe it will last as long as the producers and actors want.

Also hopefully over the next few weeks we get more video footage from the Christmas special. The more it is set up, the happier we will be!

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This article was written by Jess Carter. Make sure to follow her on Twitter.

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