Casualty spoilers

Casualty is the longest-running medical drama in the world and is watched by thousands of people but since episodes only air once a week, many fans find the wait frustrating and end up searching for the latest Casualty spoilers to find out what will be happening. 

Take a look at our Casualty spoilers, gossip and below if you need a little help in tiding yourself over until the next episode…

Casualty is a British medical soap opera / drama that launched back in the 1980s. Currently, Casualty, which airs on BBC1, is the longest-running medical drama in the world, currently (2019) in it’s 33rd series!

Casualty Background

Casualty is a drama set in the fictional Holby City Hospital and the show focuses on the lives of the staff and patients. The show is loosely tied to sister show Holby City which is based in the same hospital. 

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The medical drama was created by duo Paul Unwin and Jeremy Brock. Reports reveal that the show was made in response to the Margaret Thatcher era, acting as a revolution that promoted the NHS, feminism and was anti-racist and anti-conservative. 

The show has featured numerous British actors who have gone on to become huge stars. Actors who appeared on the show include Orlando Bloom, Kate Winslet, Christopher Eccleston, Tom Hiddleston, David Walliams and Jonny Lee Miller. 

Casualty covers numerous subjects, including several that are sensitive to many viewers. However that hasn’t stopped the show as it continues to touch on controversial topics, and it seems this is one of the many reasons the show is so popular in the United Kingdom and around the world. 

You can take a look at the latest Casualty spoilers to discover all of the upcoming storylines that will be featured in new episodes. Reading our Casualty spoilers is also a great way of keeping busy while you wait for the next episode to hit your television! 

Famous Gossip, Facts And Mishaps

Although only a weekly, the show has aired over 1,000 episodes. In fact, the 1,000th episode of the show aired in June 2016 and Casualty celebrated its 30th anniversary in August of the same year with the first episode of its 31st series. In the final for that same series, show creator Paul Unwin returned to write a unique episode which was filmed in one take with one single camera and five boom operators and forty microphones. 

The medical drama has also won numerous awards including Best Soap at the British Academy Television Awards, Best Drama Star and Best Drama Storyline at the Inside Soap Awards, Best Drama at the National Television Awards, Best Continuing Drama at the Writers’ Guild Of Great Britain Awards, Best Loved Drama at the TV Quick Awards and many, many more.

Casualty has also created numerous spin-offs including sister medical drama Holby City which is set in the same hospital, a Holby City and Casualty mini crossover titled Casualty@Holby City, HolbyBlue which focused on the police service but was cancelled after two series, and Casualty 1900s which was the name of several short medical dramas based in the early 1900s. 

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While all of these shows were popular with fans, nothing was as well-loved as Casualty itself. The medical drama continues to be watched by millions and thousands of them regularly search for Casualty spoilers because they cannot bear the weekly wait any longer. So feel free to take a look at our latest Casualty spoiler if you’re feeling the same way; you’ll thank us later!

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