For everyone out there wanting to know the Call the Midwife season 9 premiere date both in the United States and the UK, we come bearing great news!
This week, the show’s official Twitter account confirmed that the new season is going to premiere on Sunday, January 5 at 8:00 p.m. local time on BBC One. Meanwhile, viewers in the US are going to be forced to wait a little bit longer — think in terms of March 29. This is par for the course, so we don’t think that there is going to be any surprise with some of this. (The Christmas Special is airing on Christmas Day in both countries, albeit a few hours later in the US than the UK.)
While there may not be too much in the way of specific details out there right now about season 9, we feel like you’re going to have a good sense already of what this season is all about — heartfelt stories, character growth, and the currents of change moving slowly through Poplar. This is a show that is subtle sometimes with its character development, but the evolution feels natural. It makes you feel like Nonnatus is a community and it’s a privilege to be a part of that world. Sure, there are many trials and tribulations sprinkled in throughout, but when the dust settles these are characters who almost always find a way to be there for each other.
One of the best things going into Call the Midwife season 9 is simply knowing that it’s not the final season for the show. There’s already a long-term future mapped out here, so you don’t have to worry about that! Instead, you can just dive in and enjoy some of the emotional stories featuring some of your favorites.
What do you think about the Call the Midwife season 9 premiere date?
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