Ongevalle is gereed vir epiese crossover met Call The Midwife wat niemand sien kom nie

CASUALTY is set for an epic crossover with Call The Midwife which nobody saw coming.

The BBC One shows are set in very different time frames, met Ongeval in the present day and Call The Midwife currently in the 1960s.

Casualty is set for an unexpected crossover with Call The Midwife this weekend

Casualty is set for an unexpected crossover with Call The Midwife this weekend
Little is known about how the drama set in the 1960s will crossover with Casualty, which takes place in the modern day

Little is known about how the drama set in the 1960s will crossover with Casualty, which takes place in the modern day

Egter, fans of both shows are set for a surprise crossover this weekend, with director Thomas Hescott sharing the news on Twitter.

He wrote on Sunday: “Oh and alsolong time Call The Midwife fans might want to tune in to next weeks casualtythere’s a bit of a crossover you’ll enjoy.

While he revealed no further details of how a crossover could occur, the only information about the upcoming episode of Casualty is that it’s called Close Encounters.

Despite the lack of information, fans were excited at the prospect of the crossover, met een skrif: “Fantastic Thomasand a clapping hand emoji.

Thomas directed the upcoming episode, having previously worked on some Casualty episodes back in 2018.

He has also directed Call The Midwife in the past as well as Die verhoor van Christine Keeler en EastEnders.

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The news comes after this week’s episode of Call The Midwife left some viewers horrified following a scene where a man lost his foot.

Episode three of the BBC1 medical drama saw Nancy befriending Bernard, a drug addict hooked on meth.

The local man later paid a visit to Nonnatus House in search of Nancy who reminded him of his own mother, but when she wasn’t there he turned down the chance to see Doctor Turner.

Realising how sick he really was Nancy, Doctor Turner and Fred went looking for Bernard.

They eventually found him slumped on the pavement and when Nancy reached to inspect his legs his rotting calf came off in her hand.

Casualty airs Saturdays on BBC One, while Call The Midwife airs Sundays, also on BBC One.

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