The creator of Call the Midwife has done it again!
Call the Midwife is the feelgood drama that we just can’t get enough of. And if you love the saga following women of all ages at different stages of their lives, then you are going to be VERY excited by this news!
The hit show’s creator Heidi Thomas has revealed that she is working with the BBC on a series based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women.
Airing on BBC1 the three-part drama will follow the sisters Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy March as they experience life, love and lows against the backdrop of war. Heidi explained:
“Little Women is one of the most loved novels in the English language, and with good reason.”
What does the creator of Call the Midwife have planned for Little Women?
Going into more detail about potential plot-lines she added:
“Its humanity, humour and tenderness never date. And as a study of love, grief and growing up it has no equal.
“There could be no better time to revisit the story of a family striving for happiness in an uncertain world.
“And I am thrilled to be bringing the March girls to a new generation of viewers.”
As well as appearing on screens in the UK, US fans will be able to tune in when it debuts as part of PBS’s Masterpiece series.
We couldn’t have dreamed up such an amazing offering! We just know this is going to be fab!