When does Holby City end?

Fans of Disaster spin-off Holby City are getting ready to say goodbye to the long-running series.

Unfortunately, there is very little time left before the final episode of the medical drama airs on BBC One.


Holby City comes to an end on BBC OneCredit: BBC/Kieron McCarron.

When does Holby City end?

While the Covid pandemic wasn’t enough to stop production as filming continued under lockdown, the TV bosses made the decision to cancel Holby City.

The decision was announced back in June 2021 and left soap fans in shock as the long-running program has been on the air for 23 years.

A petition was even created on the Internet asking for a turnaround, but unfortunately, this was not enough to save the show.

There is only ONE episode left of the show, which will air on Tuesday 29 March 2022 at 8pm on BBC One.

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Holby City, a fan of BBC audiences, has been canceled in an attempt to “change the BBC’s drama plan to better reflect, represent and serve all parts of the country”, according to a statement released by the broadcaster.

The statement also said: “We are incredibly proud of Holby City, but it is with great sadness that we announce that after 23 years, the show will end on screen next March.”

The final scenes were filmed back in December 2021.

The drama has since picked up steam at Holby City Hospital, notably with the return of Jacques Naylor (played by actress Rosie Marcel) to the show.

Fans are already expecting the character to be killed off as brain tumor symptoms take over.

But what else can you expect from the latest releases of Holby City?

What did the cast have to say about the end of Holby City?

As the end looms on the horizon, some Holby City stars have broken their silence.

Including actress Rosie Marcel, who teased the show’s “thrilling” ending when it was announced it was cancelled.

She said: “What we have planned is really spectacular, the finale is a tribute to the NHS and to everyone who makes this show.”

“We have about 300 people here who are losing their jobs, but we are all holding on and doing our best.”

“We could just give up and say ‘Damn it’, but we don’t.”

Rosie added, “Just wait and see what we can do.”

Some former stars were also adamant as they said goodbye to Holby City, paying tribute to the cult show through social media.

Holby star James Anderson, who played the interim character Oliver Valentine, paid his respects on Twitter in December 2021.

He wrote: “Proud to have served with so many of you. So grateful.

“I hope your final hours are filled with the same love that has worn you down and filled our hearts for so many years.”

Niamh McGrady, also known as Mary-Claire Carter, shared her love with “the Holby family today and always” seven years after her passing.

She recalled: “I cried for days when I left Holby City in 2015.

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“Such a joyful place to work, where I made amazing friendships and learned my craft.

“There will always be a Holby-shaped hole in my heart.”

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