Holby City (series 21)

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Holby City (series 21)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of episodes53
Release
Original networkBBC One
BBC One HD
Original release2 January 2019 (2019-01-02)
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The twenty-first series of the British medical drama television series Holby City begins on BBC One on 2 January 2019 in the United Kingdom. The series consists of 53 episodes. Kate Hall acts as the series producer for episode one and was replaced by Jane Wallbank from the following episode; Simon Harper is the executive producer. The series is billed as an anniversary year for the drama as it celebrates twenty years since its launch. The series also features a crossover episode with sister show Casualty, an episode written by the show's co-creator Tony McHale and the show's 1000th episode, due to be broadcast in November 2019. Thirteen actors reprise their roles from the previous series and former cast members return for guest stints throughout the series. Three new regular characters were also introduced, while Nic Jackman was promoted to the main cast in his role as foundation doctor Cameron Dunn.

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
series
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date Viewers
(millions) [1]
9561"Everything Old Is New Again"[2]Tracey RooneyKatie Douglas2 January 2019 (2019-01-02)N/A (<6.00)[a]
9572"China Crisis"[3]Ian BarnesJoe Ainsworth8 January 2019 (2019-01-08)N/A (<5.16)[a]
9583"The Burden of Proof"[4]Ian BarnesGerard Sampaio15 January 2019 (2019-01-15)N/A (<4.94)[a]
9594"A Daring Adventure or Nothing At All"[5]Daikin MarshIsla Gray22 January 2019 (2019-01-22)N/A (<4.79)[a]
9605"Mad as Hell"[6]Daikin MarshMartin Jameson29 January 2019 (2019-01-29)N/A (<4.90)[a]
9616"Force Majeure"[7]Ruth CarneyElliot Hope and Johanne McAndrew5 February 2019 (2019-02-05)N/A (<4.18)[a]
9627"Good Side"[8]Ruth CarneyEd Sellek12 February 2019 (2019-02-12)N/A (<4.78)[a]
9638"Never Say Never"[9]Waris IslamNick Fisher and Patrick Homes19 February 2019 (2019-02-19)N/A (<4.73)[a]
9649"Guts"[10]Waris IslamMartin Jameson and Patrick Homes26 February 2019 (2019-02-26)N/A (<4.77)[a]
96510"Powerless"[11]Steve BrettMichelle Lipton5 March 2019 (2019-03-05)5.04
96611"A Simple Lie - Part One"[12]Julie EdwardsPatrick Homes19 March 2019 (2019-03-19)N/A (<4.59)[a]
96712"A Simple Lie - Part Two"[13]Nimer RashedPatrick Homes20 March 2019 (2019-03-20)N/A (<4.35)[a]
96813"Running"[14]Stuart JonesTony Higgins26 March 2019 (2019-03-26)N/A (<4.34)[a]
96914"Ask No Questions"[15]Stuart JonesMichelle Lipton and Kathrine Smith2 April 2019 (2019-04-02)N/A (<4.17)[a]
97015"The Family Way"[16]Emma LindleyBecky Prestwich9 April 2019 (2019-04-09)N/A (<4.28)[a]
97116"North and South"[17]David Innes EdwardsJoe Ainsworth16 April 2019 (2019-04-16)N/A (<4.15)[a]
97217"Pleased to Meet You"[18]Jamie AnnettEd Sellek23 April 2019 (2019-04-23)N/A (<3.93)[a]
97318"Vinegar and Honey"[19]Jamie AnnettEd Sellek30 April 2019 (2019-04-30)N/A (<3.67)[a]
97419"Ex Marks the Spot"[20]Michael LaceyJoe Ainsworth7 May 2019 (2019-05-07)TBD
97520"The Wrong Horse"[21]Michael LaceyNick Fisher14 May 2019 (2019-05-14)TBD
97621"Unredeemed"[22]Karl NeilsonAndy Bayliss21 May 2019 (2019-05-21)TBD
97722"Bloodline"[23]Karl NeilsonEd Sellek and Patrick Cash28 May 2019 (2019-05-28)TBD

Production[edit]

The series commences on 2 January 2019 on BBC One and normally airs on Tuesday nights,[24] although episode 1 and 12 were originally broadcast on a Wednesday evening.[24][25] Episode 11 was also postponed by a week due to a vote on ongoing Brexit negotiations, and the following episode was consequently postponed to the following evening.[25] Simon Harper continues his role as the executive producer of the show.[26] Kate Hall serves as the series producer for the opening episode,[27] and was replaced by Jane Wallbank from episode two.[28] The series consists of 53 episodes.[29]

"The show will, of course, remain true to the question that has always summarised it – how do you balance work and personal life in a profession that demands everything in the pressured landscape of the modern NHS."[24]

—Harper on the themes of the series. (2018)

Plans for the series and the show's twentieth anniversary celebrations were announced on 11 December 2018, followed by a trailer for upcoming storylines.[24][30] The series commences with a standalone episode focusing on three of the show's longest-serving characters: Ric Griffin (Hugh Quarshie), Jac Naylor (Rosie Marcel) and Sacha Levy (Bob Barrett).[24] The episode is billed as "funny, sad and celebratory" and sees the characters at an awards ceremony. Harper confirmed that former characters would return throughout the series.[24] He explained that the series would feature "a whole anniversary year of treats which celebrate the new, but also pay homage to the old – the show's heritage and history."[24] He also confirmed that the series would feature experimental episodes and an episode written by the show's co-creator Tony McHale.[24] Additionally, Harper announced plans for the show's 1000th episode, to air on 5 November 2019.[24]

Crossovers[edit]

This series features crossover events with Holby City's sister show Casualty.[24] In August 2018, Lucy Raffety, the series producer of Casualty, told Sophie Dainty of Digital Spy that Harper enjoys the crossover events between the two dramas and wanted to produce more. She also teased some "extremely exciting crossovers".[31] In a December 2018 interview with Dainty, Harper promised further crossovers between Holby City and Casualty, and teased an "exciting" event to be aired in spring 2019.[24]

Amanda Mealing returns to Holby City as Connie Beauchamp.

On 15 February 2019, it was announced that Holby City would crossover with sister show Casualty for two episodes in March as part of the anniversary celebrations. The episodes are billed as "dramatic [and] action-packed".[26] Both episodes were written by Michelle Lipton and directed by Steve Brett.[26] The episodes see the hospital attacked by a cyber-virus, destroying all electric systems. A predominant story in the episodes follows Jac and former Holby City character Connie Beauchamp (Amanda Mealing), who appears in Casualty, saving the lives of colleagues after two separate major incidents, despite only having one available theatre.[26] Harper described the episode as "pure, nail-biting, taut, emotional medical drama".[26] He also praised the production teams of both shows for their logical creation of the episodes, and looked forward to exploring the interactions between the characters from the two shows.[26]

Twelve Holby City regular cast members - Marcel (Jac Naylor), Barrett (Sacha Levy), Quarshie (Ric Griffin), Guy Henry (Henrik Hanssen), Catherine Russell (Serena Campbell), Alex Walkinshaw (Adrian "Fletch" Fletcher), Kaye Wragg (Essie Di Lucca), Jaye Jacobs (Donna Jackson), Marcus Griffiths (Xavier "Xav" Duval), Nic Jackman (Cameron Dunn), Camilla Arfwedson (Zosia Self), and Belinda Owusu (Nicky McKendrick) - appear in the Casualty episode of the crossover, originally broadcast on 2 March 2019, alongside the cast of Casualty.[32] The Holby City episode of the crossover, episode 10 of this series, features the Holby City cast alongside nine Casualty regular cast members: Mealing (Connie Beauchamp), Jason Durr (David Hide), Michael Stevenson (Iain Dean), Rebecca Ryan (Gem Dean), Neet Mohan (Rash Masum), Shaheen Jafargholi (Marty Kirkby), Jaye Griffiths (Elle Gardner), Tony Marshall (Noel Garcia), and Maddy Hill (Ruby Spark).[11]

Cast[edit]

Overview[edit]

The series began with 13 roles receiving star billing. Guy Henry portrays Henrik Hanssen, the chief executive officer of Holby City Hospital, the show's setting. Catherine Russell plays Serena Campbell, the hospital's medical director and a consultant in general surgery. Hugh Quarshie stars as Ric Griffin, the clinical lead of the Acute Assessment Unit (AAU) and a consultant general surgeon. Marcus Griffiths acts as Xavier "Zav" Duval, a general surgical registrar on the unit. Jaye Jacobs appears as Donna Jackson, the unit's senior staff nurse. Bob Barrett continues his role as Sacha Levy, a consultant general surgeon and the clinical lead of the general surgery ward, Keller. David Ames portrays Dominic Copeland, Keller ward's general surgical registrar. Kaye Wragg and Lee Mead play Essie Di Lucca and Ben "Lofty" Chiltern, respectively, both staff nurses on the ward. Rosie Marcel features in the series as Jac Naylor, a consultant cardiothoracic surgeon and the clinical lead of the cardiothoracic surgery ward, Darwin. Olga Fedori appears as Frieda Petrenko, a cardiothoracic registrar on Jac's firm. Belinda Owusu portrays Nicky McKendrick, an F2 doctor on Darwin ward, and Alex Walkinshaw stars as Adrian "Fletch" Fletcher, the director of nursing services, based on Darwin ward. Additionally, the semi-regular cast contains Jules Robertson, Zoe Croft and Briana Shann who star as porter Jason Haynes, his wife, Greta Allinson, and Donna's daughter, Mia Barron, respectively.[30]

Episode 13 marks the departure of Frieda following Fedori's decision to leave her role, over one year after her return.[33] The exit was not announced beforehand and was a surprise for the audience.[33] In the narrative, Frieda leaves Holby to work for an aid organisation where she can "make a difference" after facing an "ethical dilemma" following a long-running struggle.[34]

Denis Lawson reprises his role as Tom Campbell-Gore for the opening three episodes of the series.

On 19 September 2018, the returns of Camilla Arfwedson and Nic Jackman in their respective roles as cardiothoracic registrar Zosia March and F2 doctor Cameron Dunn were announced.[35] Arfwedson returns for an extended guest stint between episode 8 and episode 16, now credited as Zosia Self.[36][37] After previously making multiple guest appearances in the show, Jackman joins the regular cast upon his return in episode one.[2][35] Both actors expressed their delight at reprising their roles.[35] Harper confirmed in December 2018 that he was in discussions with other former cast members about returning during the series.[38] That same month, it was confirmed that Sharon D. Clarke and Denis Lawson would reprise their roles of Lola Griffin, a locum consultant general surgeon, and Tom Campbell-Gore, a consultant cardiothoracic surgeon, respectively in the series.[38] Lawson features in the opening two episodes of the series,[38] and makes a cameo appearance in the third episode.[4] Clarke appears in episode 3 for a single episode.[39] Dom's mother, Carole Copeland (Julia Deakin), returns for a guest appearance in episode 7,[8] before joining the semi-regular cast in episode 13.[14] She becomes involved in a story arc about Dom discovering he is adopted and becomes a receptionist at the hospital.[40] In March 2019, the returns of Marc Elliott and Debbie Chazen as Isaac Mayfield, a general surgical registrar and abusive partner of Dom, and Fleur Fanshawe, a consultant obstetrician, respectively, were announced.[41] Fleur appears in episode 16,[17] and Isaac returns from episode 20.[42] On 15 May 2019, it was announced that former cast members Patsy Kensit and Luke Roberts would reprise their roles during the series for a special episode. Kensit portrayed Faye Morton, a ward sister, for three years, while Roberts played Joseph Byrne, a cardiothoracic registrar, for five years.[43] Both actors were excited about returning to film the episode, which Kensit called "gripping".[43]

Ramin Karimloo joins the cast as Kian Madani in series 21.

Series 21 features the introduction of multiple new characters. Accredited actress Dawn Steele joined the cast as Ange Godard, a consultant pediatrician/general surgeon and the clinical lead of the young adult unit (YAU), a new unit that Ange opens in the hospital.[35] Steele described Ange as "a great character with lots to tell".[35] The character debuts in the second episode of the series.[3] In November 2018, it was announced that Amy Lennox had been cast as Ange's daughter, Chloe Godard, a cardiothoracic registrar.[44] Chloe first appears in episode five.[45] It was also announced that Jack Ryder would be introduced as Chloe's on-off boyfriend, Evan Crowhurst, a locum registrar general surgeon.[44] He first appears in episode 11.[25] On 14 January 2019, it was announced that Ramin Karimloo had joined the regular cast as Kian Madani, a consultant cardiothoracic surgeon.[46] Kian shares a backstory with Jac, having attended medical school with her. Karimloo described his character as "dynamic and exciting", while Harper commented, "it's already a joy seeing him stirring things up on Darwin".[46]

The series features several recurring characters, and numerous guest stars. In November 2018, it was announced that Daisy Wood-Davis would appear in one episode of the series as Phoebe Palmer, the sister of Evan.[47] Phoebe appears in episode 14.[15] Sara Stewart stars in the opening episode as cardiothoracic consultant Professor Arianne Cornell, who clashes with Jac.[48] The character previously appeared in an episode of series 20, as well as an episode of Casualty.[49][50] A show trailer released in December 2018 confirmed guest returns for Patricia Ghraoui (Sirine Saba) and Roman Makarenko (Marko Leht).[30] Roman appears in episode 4, which features the character's death.[51] Patricia appears in episode 9,[10] and was confirmed to be returning in another trailer released in March 2019.[41] Patricia appears again in episode 22.[23] Episode two features the appearance of actress Lorraine Chase in the role of former nurse Cherie Grimes. Television critic Sue Haasler called the character a "touching role" for Chase.[52] Emma Curtis was cast as recurring character Holly Cartwright, a teenage patient involved in a storyline with Ange and Chloe.[53] Holly's parents, Ruth Cooper (Marianne Oldham) and Michael Cartwright (Christopher Harper), were also introduced for the storyline.[53][54] Holly first appears in episode 5,[6] while Ruth is introduced in episode 6,[7] and Michael debuts in episode 7.[54] All three characters depart in episode 11 at the conclusion of the story.[12]

As part of the crossover episode with Casualty, Francesca Barrett and Naomi Katiyo reprised their roles as Sacha's daughter, Beka Levy, and Ric's granddaughter, Darla Johnstone, respectively.[55] Katiyo continued the role as part of a teenage pregnancy storyline.[56] As part of the story arc, Richard Pepple guest stars in episode 11 as Darla's father, Kofi Johnstone.[12] Fletch's son, Theo Fletcher (Stanley Rabbetts), returns for episodes 11 and 12, where he is kidnapped.[56] Poppy Jhakra reprised her guest role as agency nurse Amira Zafar in episode 12, as did Suzette Llewellyn in the role of Xavier's mother, Nanette Duval.[13][56] Having guest appeared in the previous series, Angela Lonsdale' character, "Scary" Sue Buchanan, was reintroduced for episodes 17 and 18 as the new clinical nurse manager of the AAU.[57]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Not reported in the weekly top 15 programmes for four-screen viewer ratings.

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General
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  3. ^ a b Writer: Joe Ainsworth; Director: Ian Barnes; Producer: Yasmin Kalli (8 January 2019). "China Crisis". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
  4. ^ a b Writer: Gerard Sampaio; Director: Ian Barnes; Producer: Yasmin Kalli (15 January 2019). "The Burden of Proof". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
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  6. ^ a b Writer: Martin Jameson; Director: Daikin Marsh; Producer: Irma Inniss (29 January 2019). "Mad as Hell". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
  7. ^ a b Writers: Elliot Hope and Johanne McAndrew; Director: Ruth Carney; Producers: Vikki Tennant and Ailsa Macaulay (5 February 2019). "Force Majeure". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
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  15. ^ a b Writers: Michelle Lipton and Kathrine Smith; Director: Stuart Jones; Producer: Vikki Tennant (2 April 2019). "Ask No Questions". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
  16. ^ Writer: Becky Prestwich; Director: Emma Lindley; Producer: Yasmin Kalli (9 April 2019). "The Family Way". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
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  18. ^ Writer: Ed Sellek; Director: Jamie Annett; Producer: Irma Inniss (23 April 2019). "Pleased to Meet You". Holby City. BBC. BBC One.
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