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Call the midwife when the schedule changes Pi News

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The rescheduling comes as Call the Midwife’s official Instagram page confirmed the drama’s replacement for next week’s BAFTA Film Awards.

Explanation to fans: “Call the Midwife series 13 continues in TWO WEEKS – February 25th at 8pm on @bbcone next Sunday in conjunction with the live BAFTA Film Awards.”

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However, many fans were disappointed by the timetable change, with one saying it was aired on a different BBC channel: “Why couldn’t it be put on BBC 2? I hate waiting two weeks for the last episode “.

Many others prefer to watch Call the Midwife instead of the Baftas.

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Ollie Rex discusses leaving Call the Midwife

The change comes as many viewers of the show have shared their concerns about the future of popular character Matthew Aylward, played by Ollie Ricks.

Rix joined the BBC show in series 10 and married senior nurse Trixie Franklin, played by Helen George, at the end of series 12.

However, according to reports, episode 13 of Call the Midwife could be Rix’s last.

Rix, who previously discussed rumors of his departure, told OK! Speaking at the premiere of George’s musical The King and I, Rix said: “It’s great to be part of the Call Midwife family. For now.


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“You have to watch this series till the end. There are a few surprises ahead, a few bumps in the road. Let’s see how many more family members I will have!”

Ever since fans noticed Matthew and Trixie’s marital problems, rumors of the Call Midwife star’s exit have been swirling.

So far, series 13 has seen the couple struggle with money as Matthew runs the family business and Trixie is busy looking after Poplar.

Call the Midwife is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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