Call the Midwife might be over, but the BBC show is still keeping their fans informed on their favourite midwifery drama.
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The official social media accounts shared some behind-the-scenes photos from the dramatic series 11 finale recently – but some fans are upset that the show is not yet available to watch overseas.
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Posting on Instagram and Twitter, the team behind the show shared a number of snaps of the production team working on set for the final two episodes, which focused on the dramatic train crash involving Sister Julienne and Dr Patrick Turner.
The caption said: "Exclusive! Behind-the-scenes shots from our gripping Call the midwife Series 11 finale! Seen it yet? Watch now on BBC iPlayer xx."
However, plenty of fans were sad that the latest series of Call the Midwife is not yet available in the US. One person said: "We're still waiting here in the USA and the anticipation is electric!!!"
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Some behind the scenes snaps from series 11 were shared on social media
A second added: "Midwife fans from across the pond are eagerly waiting until we can watch season 11...!!" A third wrote: "Waiting for it to come here!" as a fourth commented: "I'm still waiting on season 10 to hit Netflix!"
The final episode of series 11 was a dramatic watch. It was a close call for the beloved characters, with Sister Julienne suffering a heart attack and Dr Turner sustaining a head injury.
While it was uncertain whether the two would make it out alive until the second half of the episode, viewers were relieved when the pair survived.
The final episode was a dramatic watch
However, there was sadness elsewhere in the episode as Mrs Corbett's husband died while she was giving birth in Nonnatus House.
The drama's creator, Heidi Thomas, has revealed the beloved period drama is likely to finish when the story reaches the mid-seventies – so it seems Call the Midwife isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
It means the series will be on air until at least 2024, taking the show up to 13 seasons. Not only that, but BBC bosses have also confirmed that each series will also come with a Christmas special.
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