Call the Midwife: Season 9 (2020)

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Season 9
Call the Midwife

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Episodes

1
Air date: Mar 29, 2020
2
Air date: Apr 5, 2020
3
Air date: Apr 12, 2020
4
Air date: Apr 19, 2020
5
Air date: Apr 26, 2020
6
Air date: May 3, 2020
7
Air date: May 10, 2020
8
Air date: May 17, 2020

Tv Season Info

The medics and midwives of Nonnatus House encounter new challenges as the population shifts, rules change and old diseases return. Meanwhile, their own experiences are fueled by love, loss and doubt.

Cast

Jenny Agutter
as Sister Julienne
Judy Parfitt
as Sister Monica Joan
Helen George
as Trixie Franklin
Stephen McGann
as Dr. Patrick Turner
Laura Main
as Sister Bernadette/Shelagh Turner
Linda Bassett
as Nurse Phyllis Crane
Victoria Yeates
as Sister Winifred
Vanessa Redgrave
as Jennifer (Mature)
Leonie Elliott
as Nurse Lucille Anderson
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  • 2d ago
    Rather disappointed with series 9, it has lost the depth and sensitivity of previous series, and seems somewhat mechanical. The story-lines are shallow and bordering on irritating, in parts it seems very Americanised.

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