Call the Midwife favorite Stephen McGann, who plays Dr. Patrick Turner in the hit period drama, has shared a sweet behind-the-scenes picture while filming for season 12.
As filming for Call the Midwife season 12 gets underway, Stephen offered us a behind-the-scenes look as he posted a lovely picture of himself and young Ned Shaw, who plays his son Teddy.
The picture shows the father and son duo smiling as they filmed on a sunny day for an outdoor event at Nonnatus House and was posted on the official Call the Midwife Twitter account.
Accompanying the snap was the caption: “Behind the scenes on #CallTheMidwife Series 12: Hello sunshine!”.
Behind the scenes on #CallTheMidwife Series 12: Hello sunshine! https://t.co/uQJW4Rh4AC pic.twitter.com/Sl4cC2BJ5lJune 22, 2022
Although he didn’t mention who will be returning specifically, he guaranteed that the special will be emotional.
Talking to the Radio Times, Stephen said: "Starting with the Christmas special, what I can say is that there is a return of some familiar characters from the past, in a very moving way.
"I think it draws on its own history again, but there's a lot of joy at Christmas as usual. But there's also a great story there too, and it's been really enjoyable to do."
He also teased some information about season 12, saying: “For the next series, I think it feels very open after the pandemic.
"There's a good vibe at the moment on set. So I'm really looking forward to the dynamic of the new series — although we don't get told a great deal, so we don't know any big secrets!"
Call the Midwife season 12 returns in 2023 and a Christmas Special at the end of this year.
Past series of Call the Midwife are available on BBC iPlayer in the UK and PBS in the US.
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