Holby City: BBC release 2021 Spring trailer

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Holby City will soon be no more as the producers of the show have announced it has been cancelled. The medical drama has been running for 23 years on BBC One and only came off last year for a few months with the production unable to carry on during the coronavirus pandemic. Sadly for fans of the series, it will soon be time to say goodbye to Holby City for good.

When will Holby City’s final season air? 

Holby City originally started off as a spin-off show for Casualty with both of them set in the fictional county of Wyvern, South West England.

Since airing in 1999, the drama has accumulated more than 1,000 episodes over 23 seasons and regularly attracts around 3 million viewers.

The series even won the Bafta for best continuing drama in 2008, an award usually presented to the soaps Emmerdale, Coronation Street, EastEnders and Hollyoaks.

Despite the show’s obvious popularity, the decision has been made to have it axed.

In a statement, the BBC said it “had to make difficult decisions to make room for new opportunities”.

The statement continued: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank the amazing team at BBC Studios and all the cast and crew who have been involved in the show since 1999.

“Holby has been a stalwart with audiences, delighting millions of viewers each week and winning hundreds of awards with a compelling mix of cutting edge medical stories and explosive personal stories.

“We look forward to working with the team over the coming months to ensure that when it ends, Holby goes out on a high.”

There is still some time for fans to make the most of Holby City before it’s gone for good.

The producers of the medical drama have confirmed that it will carry on as normal for the rest of the year.

Holby City will then finish with its final lot of episodes in March 2022.

There is still plenty more to come with the latest series currently airing.

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Each season of Holby City has been made up of a large number of episodes and series 23 will be no different.

Series 22 was cut short because of the pandemic and so had just 44 episodes in the season.

However, it is back to normal for season 23 which contains 50 instalments with episode nine airing last night, Tuesday, June 1.

So there is quite a long way to go before the drama finishes its story.

Fans have taken to social media to express their views on Holby City coming to an end.

One of which has even set up a petition entitled “Don’t Scrap Holby City”, in a bid to try and save the series.

They wrote: “The pandemic has shown how highly the public value the NHS, and Holby City is an important representation of the work that the NHS does, and the issues the NHS and its staff and patients face.

“Sign this petition to urge the BBC not to scrap Holby City.”

Holby City is available to watch on BBC One.

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