Holby City fans have been without new episodes for nearly three months now, and it's safe to assume that they're desperate for fresh content. Fortunately, they don't have to wait too much longer for some, now that the medical series has confirmed when it'll be back on air.
While revealing its broadcasting schedule for the next few weeks, the BBC confirmed that the show will return on Tuesday, November 10 at 8pm.
The eagerly anticipated instalment will see Ric (Hugh Quarshie) wake after brain surgery, only to discover that the world around him is vastly different to how it was when he went under. With the rest of the hospital stretched thin during the coronavirus pandemic, will Ric manage to pull through?
Elsewhere, Cameron (Nic Jackman) struggles to step up to the plate when tasked with helping a critical patient and several of the staff start to express concern over Sacha's (Bob Barrett) behaviour following partner Essie's (Kaye Wragg) death.
Back in early August, Holby City was forced to undergo a second extended break, having resumed filming in July, due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Consequently, the soap actually ran out of new episodes to broadcast – despite some of its cast returning to production towards the end of the month – and has been off air as a result since Tuesday, August 11.
Holby City airs on BBC One.
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