Call the Midwife season 8 will feature the summertime

Call the Midwife season 8Apparently, Call the Midwife season 8 is going to be showing you the full spectrum of time. You’re going to have a Christmas Special later this year that is, of course, set in this particular time of year. Yet, you are also going to have at least part of the season that takes place in the summertime.

For a little more confirmation of that, just take a look at the post via the show’s official Twitter below! This is a nice little reminder as to when the series is going to be set, and also a nice recreation of what some of the summer fashion is for some members of Nonnatus House. We’re glad to have an opportunity to see and understand more in terms of what the story could at least look like in season 8, and that both Leonie Elliott and Jennifer Kirby are each going to be a big part of it. We know that there has been somewhat of a rotating panel, after all, when it comes to some of the ladies for a while, given that Charlotte Ritchie recently wrapped up her own role as Barbara and we’ve already seen some other exits including Jessica Raine and Emerald Fennell.

What’s especially nice here is saying that you are going to see these characters outside of their typical work at Nonnatus, and hopefully in some more-playful settings.

There is no confirmation as of yet regarding the Call the Midwife season 8 premiere date, but signs point to it coming back on the air in January 2018 in the UK and then the spring in America. That is just the pattern that we have seen set thanks to the past several years.

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