You gotta give the cast and crew of “Call the Midwife” credit for making a bold move, and doing something that very few other people would even consider: Going halfway around the world in order to film a single episode of the show. That’s what they have done with South Africa and the upcoming season 6 Christmas Special airing later this year; yet, everything seems to be wrapping up now.
Apparently, filming for the special is wrapping up this week, and per the Radio Times / BBC One, here is some more news as to what you can expect:
“The team are both shaken and exhilarated by the challenges they face – and by the time the mission trip is over, some lives are permanently changed.”
The good news is that provided that PBS keeps their same sort of airing schedule that they did for the show last year, the Christmas Special will not be delayed in America nearly as long as the proper season is. Hopefully, that means that you’ll get a chance to see some more of this story later this year no matter where you live. We’re sure that it will be heartfelt, if for no other reason than that the vast majority of this show is. It’ll probably also have a few subtle-but-lovely character revelations to go along with it.
Sure, maybe we will not have any more updates about the special filming in the near future, but rest assured that we’ll still be around to discuss so much more when it comes to season 6 over the months ahead.
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