As series 11 came to a close on BBC One tonight (Sunday 9th December) the show announced that series 12 is on its way and will be returning to BBC One in early 2020.
With 2018 marking a brand-new era for Doctor Who it is only right that 2019 kicks off in spectacular style. So, to mark the occasion, in this year’s festive episode the TARDIS will travel through the time vortex from its traditional timeslot on Christmas Day and will land in style on New Year’s Day
Following the airing of Doctor Who series 11 episode 6 ‘Demons Of The Punjab’’ and releasing the synopsis for 7 & 8 we now have details of Episodes 9 & 10. Continue reading
Following the airing of Doctor Who series 11 episode 5 ‘The Tsuranga Conundrum’ and releasing the synopsis for Episode 6 we now have details of Episodes 7 & 8.
Following the airing of Doctor Who series 11 episode 2 ‘The Ghost Monument’ and releasing the synopsis for Episodes 3 & 4; we now have details of Episodes 5 & 6.
Episode Five is titled ‘The Tsuranga Conundrum’
The new series of the BBC sci-fi saga won’t feature any two-part stories.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall confirmed this in an interview at San Diego Comic Con today. He also attended a Doctor Who panel which had the Doctor herself Jodie Whittaker in attendance.
Doctor Who fans across the world got their first glimpse of the Time Lord’s new companions in a specially-filmed preview of the new series, due to air later this year on BBC one.
The 50 second teaser debuted during the halftime time break of the World Cup Final between France and Croatia, being shown in the U.K. on BBC One. Continue reading