Call the Midwife - Season 3Season 3 opens with Nonnatus House and the surrounding area being evacuated when an unexploded bomb is found nearby. Meanwhile, Shelagh has doubts about her wedding to Patrick, and Jenny and Trixie help a man who is suffering from shell shock.Genre: DramaCountry: United KingdomDuration: 60 minQuality: SDRelease: 2014IMDb: 8.4Keywords:
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Heidi ThomasBirthdate: 1962, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Call the Midwife - Season 3"
PopMattersJune 02, 2014
Their stories are always engaging, not only because midwifery as it was practiced in the '50s is so interesting, but also because the midwives themselves are fully realized characters.
TV EqualsApril 14, 2014
As one of the show's best characters, I am excited to see Shelagh continue to have a compelling storyline this season. Joy is wonderful, but there is more narrative potential in heartbreak.
CinemaBlend.comApril 01, 2014
It's nice to see the writers stay on topic, and it actually makes the forays into tough territory that much more interesting. If you like healthy doses of both comedy and drama in one helping, than Call the Midwife is a great show to be on board for.
OregonianApril 01, 2014
What makes Call the Midwife special is how the stories grip us on a human level.
Independent (UK)April 01, 2014
Call The Midwife and its ilk might include darker subjects from time to time, but lacking the nuance of serious drama they can never truly tackle them - so why bother?
Los Angeles TimesApril 01, 2014
Call the Midwife is both historically unsparing-the grim realities of poverty drive most episodes-and gorgeously hopeful.
Huffington PostMarch 31, 2014
It might be a bit obvious sometimes, but its warm, open tone, its friendly, empathic treatment of its characters and its life-and-death subject matter all come together to make for something unique.
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