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Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4: Preview, Release Date And More

Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife tells a very engaging story of several women working as midwives in 1950s London. The periodness of the show never becomes a distraction and overall quality has helped the show become really popular among viewers. It first premiered in January 2012 and has since seen 12 seasons.

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4: Preview
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Season 13 is currently airing and here we are to take a closer look into Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4. So if you want to know what to expect and when the episode will be released, continue reading.

What Is Call the Midwife All About?

Call the Midwife is a British show with a period setting. It is based on the novel Call the Midwife: A True Story of the East End in the 1950s, written by Jennifer Worth which is based on her own experience of working as a midwife during the 1950s London in the East End. Heidi Thomas is the creator as well as the executive producer of the show along with Pippa Harris.

The show reflects the time when the region was experiencing poverty and there was a high rate of childbirth. So, midwives have to help with the delivery of the babies. The first season premiered on January 15th, 2012 on BBC One and PBS in the USA.

The series starts in the year 1957 and every season is set in a different year. Each season also focuses on a different set of health issues that were common in those days. The initial seasons focused on a different nurse that got changed in later seasons.

What Happened In Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 3?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 3 is written by Sally Abbott while Jo Southwell has helmed it. The episode showcases Violet running to become the next mayor of the region of Tower Hamlets. There is a man who is a counselor who becomes her competition. He is shown making sexist comments on her.

What Happened In Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 3?
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We also see Fred getting admitted to the intensive care branch of the hospital after he gets a tetanus infection from a cut. Meanwhile, model Gillian has a daughter born with a condition called hip dysplasia. This really affects her. In the end, we see Violet finally becoming the mayor while Fred gets free of tetanus.

What To Expect From Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4 will showcase the nurses and midwives in the East side of London doing their best to help as many women as possible with childbirth. The episode will also make a reference to Apollo 11’s landing on the moon since the story is set in 1969.

Since the season focuses on tuberculosis, we can expect more patients arriving who are suffering from it. Also, Voilet as the new mayor will face the challenges of her new job. A lot of drama between Trixie and Joyce is also expected from the forthcoming episode.

Do We Have A Release Date?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4 will air on Sunday, April 7th, 2024 on PBS at 8 pm (ET). Since each episode is around an hour long, we can expect the same runtime for episode four. The episodes will be also available on Netflix and the UK audience can watch it on BBC One.

Who Will Be In The Cast?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4 will continue to have actors that are appearing this season. Jenny Agutter will portray Sister Julienne, while Judy Parfitt will play Monica Joan. Other actors that might also appear are Helen George (Beatrix Franklin aka Trixie), Laura Main (Shelagh Turner), Stephen McGann (Patrick Turner), Cliff Parisi (Fred Buckle), and Linda Bassett (Nurse Phyllis Crane) among others.

Who Will Be In The Cast?
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Call the Midwife has been running successfully for more than a decade which makes it clear that it’s loved by the audience. It shows a real picture of how the midwives worked in the 1950s amid rampant poverty. The series also deals with themes like childbirth, unwanted childbirth, abortion, attraction toward the same gender, etc.

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 4 is just around the corner and it will continue the exciting and poignant story of the midwives from the past.

About Yash Singh

A film school graduate, Yash Singh lives and breathes movies and television shows. He also enjoys writing about them passionately.

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