‘Call the Midwife’ season 4: Humor and minor speculation on the future

Call the Midwife -There are not many opportunity to really discuss “Call the Midwife” during the off-season, and to go along that road further, there are many reasons why. The biggest one, though, is simply that the show does not exactly have an open-door policy when it comes to information getting out about what lies ahead. As a matter of fact, they are one of the most-secretive shows out there.

Even with this story, we’re talking mostly about a bit of fun, and a back-and-forth that came out between series star Miranda Hart and her “Miranda” co-star┬áSarah Hadland. Specifically, this is about how the two want each other to appear on their other shows. (Hadland appears on the comedy “The Job Lot.”)

According to reports, here is what Hadland specifically had to say on the subject:

”She always said I should be a baby in ‘Call the Midwife’ – where they look into a pram and I am sitting there.

”And I said she should be a jobseeker – non-speaking, I made that clear. She can just be on the phone. It will happen, we will both cross over.”

Obviously, not everything is serious here … but wouldn’t it be funny?

For those interested in more complete scoop on “Call the Midwife,” know that the series will once again be set in the 1960s, and that we are going to have new faces populating the show to make up for the exit of Jessica Raine. We have no idea how the show will function permanently without its lead, but we are excited to find out.

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