Call The Midwife fans, we’ve got an early Christmas present for you! The BBC has finally confirmed the release date for series nine and it’s a lot sooner than we thought.
There’s nothing we love more than curling up on the sofa to watch the touching drama series and our Sundays will be back to normal in mere weeks.
Call The Midwife returns to BBC One on January 5.
That’s right! We only have a few more weeks until the series returns.
The show revealed the wonderful news on Instagram. Alongside a photo of the series nine cast, they wrote:
‘NEWS! The brand new Series 9 of Call the Midwife will premiere on Sunday January 5th at 8pm on BBC1!’
Until then, we have the Christmas special to look forward to. Call The Midwife's Christmas episode will air on December 25 at 7pm.
We’re in for a treat this year as the ladies of Nonnatus House head to Scotland’s Outer Hebrides.
Helen George, who plays Nurse Trixie, recently opened up to This Morning about the Christmas episode.
“It was beautiful because we got to film there for four weeks and it's such a stunning place. It becomes a character in itself, it's so cinematic, and it was really cold. Because the surroundings are just so beautiful that you don't want to ignore it!"
Call The Midwife series nine airs on January 5, 2020.