BBC Commission Series 4 of ‘Call The Midwife’ and ‘Death In Paradise’

Call the Midwife - Image Credit: BBC/Neal Street Productions

Call the Midwife: Sister Evangelina (PAM FERRIS), Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates), Sister Monica Joan (JUDY PARFITT), Sister Julienne (JENNY AGUTTER) and Chummy (Miranda Hart) – Image Credit: BBC/Neal Street Productions

The BBC today made an announcement that’ll no doubt please millions of its viewers, by revealing they’d officially commissioned ‘Call The Midwife’ series 4 and ‘Death In Paradise’ series 4.

Created by Neal Street Productions, the highly successful season 3 of Call The Midwife concludes with its eighth and final episode on Sunday the 9th of March, on BBC One. So what will the future hold for the shows characters?

It’s 1960 in the East End of London. A new decade is dawning, and with it comes different and exciting challenges for the team of Nonnatus House. Will the midwives and nuns be able to hold onto their traditional values in this rapidly changing world? We’ll have to wait and see.

Death In Paradise - Image Credit: BBC/Red Planet Pictures/Denis Guyenon

Death In Paradise’s Camille (SARA MARTINS) and Humphrey (KRIS MARSHALL) – Image Credit: BBC/Red Planet Pictures/Denis Guyenon

Meanwhile, the BBC’s popular comedy crime-drama ‘Death In Paradise’, which is made by Red Planet Pictures, also get’s the nod for a fourth season. Set on the fictional Caribbean island of Saint Marie, the final episode of the current series airs at 9:00pm on Tuesday, 4 February.

Regular viewing figures of over 6 million in 2014, shows the replacement of Ben Miller by Kris Marshall in the cast lineup has done nothing to dent the series popularity.

We’ll bring you more news over the coming months for both new series, including season start dates, just as soon as we get it.

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