Following tonight’s Doctor Who festive special which saw Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole leave the TARDIS, comedian John Bishop was officially announced to be joining the show.
The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her Tardis team (Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill & Bradley Walsh) will kick-off 2021 with an action-packed spectacular episode entitled ‘Revolution of the Daleks’ set to air on BBC One on New Year’s Day and a new TV Spot has been released featuring the voice of John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness.
Doctor Who returns on New Year’s Day in the upcoming special Revolution of the Daleks, and this adventure will be the last for Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole, who played Graham O’Brien and Ryan Sinclair.
In an interview below brought to you in association with BBC Cymru Press Office, they talk more about the Daleks’ return, the Doctor locked away with the stakes higher than ever, and some emotional goodbyes.
The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her Tardis team (Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill & Bradley Walsh) will kick-off 2021 with an action-packed spectacular
episode entitled ‘Revolution of the Daleks’ set to air on BBC One on New Year’s Day and a teaser trailer has been released.
One of the most iconic characters in the Whoniverse is returning for the upcoming Festive Special as John Barrowman MBE puts on his famous coat once more and reprises his role as Captain Jack Harkness.
The cheeky Captain left viewers reeling in the series 12 episode, Fugitive of the Judoon, when he made a brief surprise appearance with a stark warning for Yaz, Ryan and Graham to pass on to the Doctor before disappearing.
The Thirteenth Doctor is on her way back as filming for Series 13 of Doctor Who is now underway!
With Jodie Whittaker once again reprising her role as the Doctor, fans can look forward to seeing her on her adventures once again as she fights the good fight across space and time.
Season 13 will be three episodes shorter due to the coronavirus pandemic restricting filming, it has also been confirmed.
Something is stalking the Doctor and her friends, from ancient Syria to present-day Sheffield, and out into the wilds of space in Can You Hear Me?
As Graham, Yaz and Ryan return home to see friends and family, they find themselves haunted by very different experiences. Who is the figure calling from beyond the stars for help, and why?
Ian Gelder, who Doctor Who fans may recognise as the voice of the Remnants, talked about playing this mysterious, villainous figure. Continue reading