Where can I buy Call the Midwife season 9 on DVD?
- Format: DVD, Region 1
- Number of Disc: 3
- Genre: Period Drama
- Starring: Vanessa Regrave, Jennifer Kirby, Helen George, Laura Main, Linda Bassett
- Studio: BBC
- Language and Subtitles: English
Is Call the Midwife season 9 on DVD yet?
The midwives answer the call for medical help in the Outer Hebrides. In January 1965, a diphtheria outbreak sweeps through Poplar and Mother Mildred seeks to help a distraught woman who abandoned her newborn. Sister Julienne intervenes in the case of a pregnant prostitute, a family’s plan to leave Poplar are up in the air when a mysterious illness strikes, and Sgt. Woolf faces a health crisis of his own. Lucille encounters a defiant expectant mother who is less than kind, Phyllis attempts to help an immigrant mother with an alarming medical condition, and Shelagh and Trixie put on a fashion show to raise funds for the maternity home. Nonnatus House welcomes four male junior doctors to live and work among the midwives while Fred tries to help a sick man whose home is to be demolished.
Is there a season 9 of Call the Midwife?
Mother Mildred, Sister Julienne, Dr Turner, Shelagh, Phyllis, Trixie, Valerie, Lucille and Fred travel to the Outer Hebrides to assist communities lacking in medical facilities. Despite being left behind, Sister Monica Joan makes her own way to the islands, where she has an encounter that reaffirms her faith. Dr Turner must perform an emergency appendectomy on a new mother in a storm-lashed lighthouse without electricity. Phyllis and Trixie help Effie, a teenager rebelling against the confining island lifestyle. Back in Poplar, Reggie attempts to set a Guinness World Record for the world’s longest Christmas paper chain.
Where can I watch the new season of Call the Midwife?
In early 1965, Fred finds a newborn baby abandoned in a dustbin, and a search begins for her mother. She is eventually found to be the housekeeper of a local Catholic priest, but Mother Mildred is unimpressed by the priest’s callous attitude. With the help of Phyllis, an expectant mother moves from an unsanitary homeless shelter to a council flat, but shortly after she gives birth, her older son is diagnosed with diphtheria. Shortly after Mother Mildred brings her time at the convent to an end by returning to the order’s mother house, Sister Julienne learns that Nonnatus House has been earmarked for demolition as part of a slum clearance.