BBC's 'The Baby Has Landed' Starts Tonight And It's Set To Be A Tear-Jerker
If shows like One Born Every Minute and The Midwives warm the cockles of your heart, then The Baby Has Landed is your next must-watch.
The inaugural heartwarming episode introduces four couples of expectant parents; first-timers Syler and Mo Nicholson-Bayoumi, fifth-time lucky Helen and Nigel Pierce as well as overdue Hermisha Nkrumah and her husband Shabazz.
The series also welcomes first-time dads Paul and Craig Saunders, who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their twin girls via surrogate, who just so happens to be their workmate Mel.
In the first episode, viewers will watch as Nottingham-based couple Syler and Mo cope with being first-time parents while living in Syler's mum's house, together with her father Tony and her grandad Pat.
The show also follows seasoned parents Helen and Nigel heading to the hospital to be induced and give birth to their fifth child. Old hands at labour, they pass the time doing a crossword as her contractions grow stronger.
While in Bedfordshire, overdue Hermisha is reduced to tears waiting for her baby girl to arrive but is heartwarmingly comforted by her two boys Elijah, seven, and Ezrah, five.
The official synopsis of the show reads: "This joyful and poignant new documentary series lifts the lid on one of the most intense and extraordinary times in any family's life - the arrival of a new baby.
"Following six families over their first laughter, love and chaos-filled weeks of parenthood, the series provides a window into family life in 2019."
If you thought One Born Every Minute was an emotional rollercoaster, we suggest getting your tissues at the ready for this!
The Baby Has Landed airs on Wednesday, 27th November at 9pm BBC Two
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