Must Watch TV: Call The Midwife

by - December 09, 2013

Call The Midwife
Call The Midwife is returning to tvland this month here in the states, The Christmas special will be aired on Sunday, December 19th at 7:30 pm. Season Three (yay!) will begin in the states on March 30th until May May 18, 2014 and will air on Sundays at 8:00 pm.

Those in the states can find more information on this PBS site and those in the UK can find more information on this BBC One site.

I have blogged about this moving show in my prior blog and if you would like to read it you can find it here.
Here is a brief synopsis about the up and coming Christmas special:

Call the Midwife Holiday Special 

In 1958 Poplar, the holidays are not just about the opening of presents, but also about the closing of deep wounds. Although the weather is unseasonably mild for this time of year, the lives of the midwives are anything but calm. Jenny’s relationship with Alec continues to blossom and Shelagh’s (formerly Sister Bernadette) quiet wedding to Dr. Turner is underway.
When a thousand-pound explosive is discovered, the district is evacuated and the Nonnatus House team is quick to take charge to ensure that the community is safe and warm. Always one to keep spirits high, Chummy decides to forge ahead with the Cubs Christmas party. However, just when the community’s holiday spirit is renewed, Poplar faces an outbreak of polio, with the repercussions of the illness affecting the nurses and nuns more than they could have ever imagined.
If you haven't seen Call the Midwife just yet Netflix is currently streaming both Seasons One and Two! If you don't have Netflix you can always invest in the dvd sets that are available as well. And just in case you just can't get enough of these amazing nuns and midwives, you can pick up a copy of Jennifer Worth's books on Amazon.
Yay! for the return of Call the Midwife!! Whoot!!!

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8 comments

  1. Yes, indeed: Yay, that Call The Midwife returned! I think it's an amazing series, everthing is perfect in the time they play it etc. Call The Midwife is one of my favorite series... I think you would also like Bomb Girls and Land Girls ;)

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  2. That's great to know, thank you for sharing, honey. We're thinking of cutting our cable to save some money in the New Year (we don't watch TV all that often, so it really doesn't make sense to pay for cable at what it costs these days anymore), so hopefully I'll be able find it online or Netflix.

    ♥ Jessica

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  3. Can't wait for this at Christmas, it's one of my favourite tv programmes.

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  4. Im so behind on my vintage shows! Im watching miss marple now

    retro rover

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  5. I so enjoy Call the midwife, especially the costumes and lovely knitwear. If you haven't read the books they are well worth it and they differ from the tv program quite considerably.

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  6. Hi, there! I'm here via Poodles and Pincurls!

    I LOVE Call The Midwife! My husband likes it, too!

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  7. Thank you ladies for your sweet comments! I love Bomb Girls but I haven't seen Land Girls yet or Miss Marple. So much to watch and yay for that!!!

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