Call the Midwife Christmas special 2020 is already under way and this year our favourite Nonnatus House midwives will celebrate the festive season at home in Poplar.
UPDATE: Filming and script writing for the special has been stopped due to COVID-19. However show bosses are hopeful that the Christmas special can be filmed once governments issue the advice it is safe to do so, stating the Christmas special is their top priority for filming, according to Radio Times who spoke to showrunner Heidi Thomas.
Surprisingly it’s been three years since the Christmas episode was set in Poplar and fans of this popular TV series are already counting down to this years festive episode.
This year the midwives can look forward to snow, tinsel, Christmas trees and Christmas dinner and after last year’s icy cold trip to the remote Outer Hebrides, the midwives will enjoy the comforts of being back at home.
It’s hard to believe that as of 23rd February 2020, we will have watched 78 episodes of Call the Midwife and we can’t wait for this year’s snowy festive special.
Writer, Heidi Thomas, is keeping quiet about what’s in store for the midwives and this time everyone will be staying ‘at home’ and yes, there will be babies, according to RadioTimes.
Will you watch this year’s Christmas Call the Midwife episode and will there be a special Christmas delivery? We’re already looking forward to it!