Call the Midwife & Mr. Selfridge Season Finales | ThinkTV

Call the Midwife & Mr. Selfridge Season Finales

Posted by Kellie May on

After eight weeks of Sunday night drama, another round of Mr. Selfridge and Call the Midwife seasons is coming to an end. The finales for these shows will both air on Sunday, May 18th on CET and ThinkTV16 – Call the Midwife at 8pm and Mr. Selfridge at 9pm.

 

If you haven’t been watching, we don’t want to spoil anything for you, but we can say that Call the Midwife is on board for a fourth season and Mr. Selfridge will back next year with season three. We’ll likely be rebroadcasting the older seasons in preparation for the new seasons next year, but you can also watch the more recent episodes online. In fact, the entire third season of Call the Midwife is available through our online On-Demand service until June 17th. Here’s the link: http://watch.cetconnect.org/program/call-midwife/episodes/.

 

There are also some episodes of Mr. Selfridge available online, but they’re only available for a few weeks after the original broadcast. Here’s where to find those episodes:  http://watch.cetconnect.org/search/?q=mr.%20selfridge&type=episode.

 

Thanks for watching and join us for the finales on May 18th!

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