[02/15/18 - 11:16 AM]
Season 7 of "Call the Midwife" to Premiere Sunday, March 25, 2018 on PBS
Nonnatus House welcomes a new midwife, Lucille Anderson played by Leonie Elliott, the first West Indian midwife to be featured as a series regular.

[07/12/17 - 07:08 AM]
PBS Announces Fall 2017 Schedule
Returning dramas include "Poldark" and "The Durrells in Corfu" as well as holiday specials for "Last Tango in Halifax" and "Call the Midwife."

[05/31/17 - 09:05 AM]
BBC Worldwide and PBS Announce "Call the Midwife" Christmas Special and Season 7 Filming
The special will air in late 2017 and the seventh season will air in the spring of 2018.

[12/01/16 - 07:43 AM]
PBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule
Highlights include the latest presentations from "Masterpiece": "Sherlock," "Dark Angel," "Home Fires," "King Charles III," "To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters" and "Victoria."

[06/23/16 - 09:32 AM]
PBS Rolls Out New Dramas, Arts, Performance, History and Election Coverage This Fall
Highlights include "Anne of Green Gables," a new adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic novel.

[11/19/14 - 08:21 AM]
PBS Unveils New Titles as Part of Winter/Spring Season and Expanded Sunday Night Drama Lineup in 2015
Highlights include newcomers "Grantchester," "Wolf Hall," "Poldark" and "Indian Summers."

[11/13/14 - 09:02 AM]
Holidays Are Dramatic, Musical, Delicious - And Vicious! - All on PBS
Highlights include new holiday specials from "Call the Midwife" and "Vicious."

[07/22/14 - 10:31 AM]
PBS and BBC Worldwide North America Sign Deal to Bring Fourth Season of "Call the Midwife" to U.S.
Look for a special holiday episode on Sunday, December 28 followed by season four on Sunday, March 29.

[07/22/14 - 10:26 AM]
PBS Announces New Programming During Summer 2014 TCA Session
Today at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, PBS announced updates to its fall schedule and new programs for 2015.

[10/23/13 - 08:12 AM]
PBS Announces Winter/Spring Season With Strong Roster of Returning Series and New Entries in Variety of Genres
Highlights include the return of "Downton Abbey" (January 5), "Sherlock" (January 19), "Call the Midwife" (March 30) and "Mr. Selfridge" (also March 30).

[10/17/13 - 01:57 PM]
Around the Country and Across the Pond, PBS Celebrates the Holiday Season
Highlights include the previously announced special "Return to Downton Abbey," hosted by Susan Sarandon, on Sunday, December 1.

[10/17/13 - 01:56 PM]
PBS to Deliver New Holiday Episode of Critically Acclaimed Drama "Call the Midwife"
Premiering Sunday, December 29 at 7:30/6:30c, the special will pave the way for a third season of the hit drama, which returns to PBS in spring 2014.

[05/14/13 - 07:26 AM]
BBC Worldwide and PBS Sign Deal to Bring "Last Tango in Halifax" to U.S.
Plus: "Call the Midwife" to return for a third season in 2014 on the network.

[01/14/13 - 12:25 PM]
"The Bletchley Circle" to Premiere April 21 on PBS - New Murder Mystery to Join Sunday Night Drama Lineup on PBS
Anna Maxwell Martin, Rachael Stirling and Julie Graham star in the three-part murder mystery series.

[01/12/13 - 01:50 PM]
"Penny Dreadful" Receives Series Commitment from Showtime(R)
The series "weaves together these classic horror origin stories as the characters grapple with their monstrous alienation."

[12/06/12 - 06:10 AM]
PBS Announces Winter/Spring 2013 Lineup
Highlights include the third season of "Downton Abbey" on Sunday nights from January 6 to February 17.

[12/06/12 - 06:09 AM]
BBC and PBS to Bring Second Season of Critically Acclaimed Drama "Call the Midwife" to the U.S.
The show's sophomore run will premiere Sunday, March 31 with a special holiday episode on Sunday, December 30.

[09/13/12 - 12:36 PM]
Sneak Peek of New Drama "Call the Midwife" Exclusively on PBS Facebook Page
The hit British series was just named the "Best New Drama" at the TV Choice Awards in London.

[05/15/12 - 12:11 PM]
PBS Announces Fall 2012 Lineup
Highlights include the return of "Upstairs Downstairs" plus Ken Burns's new documentary "The Dust Bowl."

[05/15/12 - 12:02 PM]
BBC Worldwide and PBS Sign Deal to Bring Critically Acclaimed "Call the Midwife" to the US
The series completed its first season in the U.K. on BBC One in February, attracting 10.7 million viewers for its peak episode.

Returns Sunday, March 25
9/30/12 - ???
returning this spring (yet to premiere)
sundays from 8:00 PM-9:00 PM EST
7 (8 episodes)
(from PBS's press release, February 2018) PBS is transporting viewers back to East London with a seventh season of the critically acclaimed British drama CALL THE MIDWIFE. The series returns on March 25, 2018, with back-to-back episodes from 8:00-10:00 p.m. ET on PBS. The Sunday night lineup also features two new MASTERPIECE programs, including "The Child in Time," starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kelly Macdonald, April 1, 9:00-10:30 p.m. ET, and "Unforgotten" April 8-May 13, 2018, 9:00-10:30 p.m. ET. Nonnatus House welcomes a new midwife, Lucille Anderson played by Leonie Elliott (Wondrous Oblivion, Danny and the Human Zoo, "Black Mirror"), the first West Indian midwife to be featured as a series regular. Elegant, compassionate and clever, Nurse Lucille is swift to settle in and brings a fresh new energy to life at Nonnatus House. Her story reflects the experiences of Caribbean nurses who traveled to the U.K. in the 1960s to support the expanding National Health Service. Season 7 of CALL THE MIDWIFE opens as the "Big Freeze" of 1963 continues and the midwives persevere through the intense winter. The nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House are being tested as they have never been before, both personally and professionally. All around them they see the old East End vanishing, as slum clearances make way for bold new tower blocks to accommodate expanding communities. They find themselves facing a wide range of medical challenges, from breech birth to cancer, Huntington's chorea and cataracts. Trixie and Christopher continue to develop their romance, while Tom and Barbara enjoy life as a married couple. Nurse Crane's authority is questioned from an unexpected source, and Sister Monica Joan is forced to accept her failing faculties. Additionally, life for the Turners is turned upside down when Shelagh decides to employ an au pair.
· Bryony Hannah as Cynthia Miller
· Cliff Parisi as Fred
· Helen George as Trixie Franklin
· Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
· Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee
· Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
· Laura Main as Sister Bernadette
· Miranda Hart as Chummy
· Pam Ferris as Sister Evangelina
· Vanessa Redgrave as Jennifer (Voice)
· Heidi Thomas as CRTR/EP
· Heidi Thomas as EP
· Hugh Warren as PROD
· Jamie Payne as DIR
· Jennifer Worth as BOOK
· Philippa Lowthorpe as DIR
· Pippa Harris as EP
· drama
· no information is available