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“Call the Midwife” Season 11 Comes to an End

Hope and duty pull Nonnatus House through its darkest day

  • Christina Zeiders
Picture Shows:  Supporting Artists, Cyril Robinson (ZEPHRYN TAITTE)

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Picture Shows: Supporting Artists, Cyril Robinson (ZEPHRYN TAITTE)

Call the Midwife is coming to the end of its 11th season. Watch the season finale Sunday, May 8 at 8pm on WITF TV.

Commissioned in partnership with the BBC, the 8-part series followed the nurses, midwives and nuns from Nonnatus House in London’s East End. It picked up in the spring of 1967, with a cheerful Easter bonnet parade and celebration.

A young doctor walks through the aftermath of an accident scene

Neal Street Productions

Picture Shows: Timothy Turner (MAX MACMILLAN)

Watch the season finale of Call the Midwife on WITF TV Sunday at 8pm, or stream it after its broadcast for free through the PBS Video app or online until May 27.

But the series is ending on a less cheerful note. The aftermath of a tragic accident in the heart of Poplar ripples through the community. Nonnatus House is faced with its darkest day yet, but the team must overcome personal anguish to help the injured.

The season finale episode will be available to stream through the PBS Video app and online after its WITF TV broadcast until May 27.

WITF Passport members will have access to Call the Midwife season 11 until June 7 through the PBS Video app and at video.witf.org. Learn more or become a member at witf.org/passport.

Call the Midwife has been picked up through season 13. Life at the Nonnatus House may change, but it always finds a way forward.

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