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What will happen in Call the Midwife Series 8

Call the Midwife: What’s Going to Happen in Series 8?

This is a Call the Midwife: What’s Going to Happen in Series 8? – SPOILER ALERT! Don’t watch this video if you’ve not yet seen the Call The Midwife series seven finale.

Will Jack Ashton’s Tom pack his bags and head off to do missionary work now that his beloved Barbara has passed on? Will Trixie return to Nonnatus House? And how will she cope with the return to the daily routine and her continuing battle with alcoholism?

What does the future hold for Valerie, Lucille, Phyllis, Fred, Violet, Reggie and Sister Julienne? And could another new face join the series?

We sat down to discuss what might happen in series eight in a Call The Midwife Radio Times Podcast special.

63 fascinating Call The Midwife facts: http://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2018-04-27/call-the-midwife-behind-the-scenes-facts-trivia-filming-secrets/

Who are the new nurses and what is going to happen? When is Call the Midwife back on TV? Who are the new nurses and what is going to happen?

When is the Next Series of Call the Midwife?

Yes! The Midwife is set to return to BBC One for its eighth series. Call the Midwife is back on BBC1 for an eighth series in 2019 – and a number of exciting new faces are set to join Nonnatus House.

What Will Happen in Series 8 of call the Midwife?

it looks as though there’s plenty more of the brilliant, heart-warming stories we love, with Violet Buckle declaring, “I want to make Poplar a place that feels like home to all her residents, old and new.”

The Christmas Day special gave a hint of what the future holds for the beloved BBC drama, but there is plenty more change afoot as the show returns for a series of eight new episodes. https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2018-12-19/call-the-midwife-series-8-2018-christmas-special-cast-plot-trailer-new-characters-bbc1/

Season eight will pick up with the women of Nonnatus House still feeling the impact of Nurse Barbara Hereward’s shock death, which devastated fans in series seven.

“The spirit of Barbara continues throughout the series through all of us. In a way the loss of somebody like that breathes new life into the thing as a whole because everybody realises that they need to seize the moment and take her spirit and warm, loving energy throughout the series.”

Illustration about the series 8 of the call the midwife TV series.We know that Charlotte Ritchie, who played Nurse Barbara, won’t be back for season eight after her character passed away towards the end of season seven.

Two new nuns join Nonnatus House as the midwives deal with a shocking emergency.

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We’ve not really got over the emotional trauma that was Call The Midwife season seven, what with the heartache, health problems and shock death, but we are looking forward to the next series of the BBC’s hit midwifery drama starring Helen George, Laura Main and Leonie Elliott.

The New Series (Series 8) will begin airing on Sunday 13 January 2019!

Most of the much-loved cast are expected to be returning for series 8 of Call the Midwife.

Helen George is set to continue her role as midwife Trixie Franklin along with Linda Bassett as Phyllis Crane and Jennifer Kirby as Valerie Dyer.

Newcomer this season Leonie Elliott is set to be reprising her role as Lucille Anderson going forward.

Sadly, Charlotte Ritchie will not be returning as Barbara Hereford following the tragic death in episode seven.

It takes 120 days over a six-month period to film a complete series of Call the Midwife. Over that time, the show’s caterers serve around 30,000 meals to cast and crew.

The show always starts filming in April, so by the time it comes to the Christmas special — which usually features snow — it’s boiling hot outside. Laura Main and Stephen McGann (who play Shelagh and Patrick Turner) regularly appear on set in big coats with bathing costumes worn underneath.

When temperatures soar, Helen George, who plays Trixie, hires an ice cream van to serve the cast and crew frozen treats.

The midwives made an emotional exit at the end of the last series. There was a tear-jerking series finale, filled with wonderful clips of colleagues past and present and a celebration of Sister Monica Joan.

Series seven’s final episode left us with lots of questions about what’s next for our favourite nurses and their friends. Will Jack Ashton’s Tom pack his bags and head off to do missionary work now that his beloved Barbara has passed on? Will Trixie return to Nonnatus House? And how will she cope with the return to the daily routine and her continuing battle with alcoholism?

The new series will focus on the Sixties and the impact it had on women at the time, from fashion to newly introduced contraception.

Barbara’s condition is diagnosed but remains touch and go. Dr. Turner urges a teen husband in jail to turn his life around. Lucille tries a new church.