Viewers are no doubt enjoying the latest batch of Call The Midwife episodes, with the BBC smash-hit still going strong after eight seasons.
As the latest instalment nears its end, there has been speculation about the possibilities of a ninth season.
Here is everything we know – so far!
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Will There be a Call The Midwife Season 9?
Before the sixth season of Call The Midwife aired in 2016, the BBC announced that a further three seasons of the show had already been given the green light.
We will definitely see a Call The Midwife Season 9!
When Will it be On TV?
Call The Midwife has always aired in January.
We can expect that Call The Midwife season 9 will premiere in the opening month of 2020.
However, the show’s tradition of a Christmas special is set to continue, so viewers will presumably have a festive treat for the big day, with the one-off episodes preceding the upcoming season.
What Channel Will it be On?
Given the continued success of the show, we can safely assume that Call The Midwife will remain on BBC One, its home since it premiered in 2012.
The BBC have been known to alter scheduling arrangements (think Peaky Blinders), but it’s unlikely that Call The Midwife will move from the premier Sunday night slot.
How Can I Watch Call The Midwife Season 8?
The current season of Call The Midwife is over halfway through its run, with the fifth episode due to air tonight (Sunday, February 10th) at 8 pm.
The remaining three episodes will be broadcast over the next few weeks, with the season finale scheduled for Sunday, March 3rd.
WATCH CALL THE MIDWIFE EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8 PM ON BBC ONE.