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Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7: Preview, Release Date And More

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7: Preview

Call the Midwife has been going on for many years and it’s been a loved show among viewers. The British series is in the period drama genre and is set in London in the 1950s and early 1960s. It’s Season 13 is currently airing and so far fans have been loving all six episodes.

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7: Preview
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Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7 is going to be the next episode and viewers are looking forward to this really exciting episode. We know you want to find out about its preview etc, which we have covered here so read on.

What Is Call the Midwife All About?

Call the Midwife is a very important tale of a time when London was experiencing poverty, high birth rates, and other problems in the 1950s and 1960s. The series focuses on the East End side of the city and is inspired by the namesake novel which Jennifer Worth wrote basing it on her own experience as a midwife. Its central plot is about the midwives and nurses of Nonnatus House as they do their work.

The first season starts in 1957 and the years change as the show progresses. Call the Midwife Season 1 premiered on January 15th, 2012, and was followed by so many seasons thanks to the charm and reliability of the show. Call the Midwife Season 13 has been airing since early 2024. Heidi Thomas is the creator of the show and the executive producer along with Pippa Harris.

What Happened In The Previous Episode?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 6 showcased the death of the Bell’s family head. Gladys is not very affected by it and picks up all his belongings quickly. At the church of St. Oswald’s, two children show up holding a letter. Sister Veronica reads it and figures that the two were abandoned by their loved ones. They are taken to the cops and the doctor finds scabies and traces of nits on their body.

What Happened In The Previous Episode?
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Cyril takes Tommy (one of the children) and his brother to a foster care house for the time. Cyril is told by Mrs. Simms that she is hoping the kids are picked by someone. Because there is a chance they will be split. Meanwhile, Gladys Bell is not feeling well as she is coping with her father’s demise. Matthew also tells Trixie about the issues he is having in business.

What To Expect From Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7 is set in 1969 and it will showcase many interesting happenings in the lives of these nurses and midwives. Joyce (played by Renee Bailey) and Rosalind (played by Natalie Quarry) are finally bestowed with the red cardigans.

Meanwhile, Joyce got a special prize in the form of a Violet Albany Prize given to her by Sister Julienne for successfully passing the exam with maximum marks. While Shelagh gets the photographs of everyone, Matthew and Trixie are on another tangent. We also see his car being taken away which is a testament to their financial state. All this also takes a toll on the health of Trixie.

The episode will also have Miss Higgins getting a call from some mysterious origin while Joyce gets a visitor. This will be affecting her as she reaches the house in London. Overall, there are so many small events that will happen in the next episode which will be related to all the main as well as supporting characters.

Do We Have A Release Date?

Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7 will be out on Sunday, April 28th, 2024 on PBS at 8 pm ET. The episode is going to be an hour long just like the earlier episodes. Season 13 will have 8 episodes which means we have one more episode chronicling all these ladies and their stories. Earlier episodes are also available and can be enjoyed on Netflix.

Do We Have A Release Date?
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Call the Midwife is a very important British show as it tells a story that is not very much known by everyone. Call the Midwife Season 13 Episode 7 is the penultimate episode of the show and it has buzzed the viewers.

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