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  1. BBC dropped a new teaser trailer for the new season of Doctor Who in 2023. The new season will see Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor but before his appearance, David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor returns, now as the Fourteenth Doctor after Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor made her exit. We see in the new teaser showing Neil Patrick Harris playing the villain in the three-anniversary specials. BBC will premiere the Doctor Who 60th anniversary specials in November 2023. Disney+ will stream the episodes in the United States.
  2. Today the BBC and Disney Branded Television - two giants of entertainment - have come together to transform Doctor Who into a global franchise for UK audiences and the rest of the world. Under a shared creative vision, they will deliver this quintessentially British show to future generations on an unprecedented scale with Disney+ as the exclusive home for new seasons of Doctor Who outside the UK and Ireland. The announcement - which was made this morning by the next Doctor Who, Ncuti Gatwa, during an appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan - begins a new collaboration between BBC and Disney Branded Television. A new Doctor Who logo was also unveiled for the new era. Both partners have aligned under returning showrunner Russell T Davies' bold vision, who takes control of the TARDIS in 2023. He was responsible for Doctor Who's revival in 2005 and is credited with propelling the show into one of TV's biggest hits. The new episodes will premiere on the BBC and Disney+ beginning in late 2023 for fans all over the world. The show will be produced in Wales by Bad Wolf with BBC Studios Production. The new episodes of Doctor Who will return to screens in November 2023 to coincide with the 60th anniversary and will premiere exclusively on the BBC for the UK and Ireland. David Tennant will play the Fourteenth Doctor for three specials, before Ncuti Gatwa takes over the role as the Fifteenth Doctor over the festive season.
  3. Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies is calling him the "greatest enemy the Doctor" has ever faced" and the Doctor will be facing Neil Patrick Harris. Neil Patrick Harris is joining the BBC sci-fi series and posted an image of his character on his Instagram account. No additional information about the character has been revealed. Harris will be joining new Doctor Ncuti Gatwa and Yasmin Finney, who will play Rose, as well as returning stars David Tennant and Catherine Tate. The new season of Doctor Who is filming in Wales and will air in 2023 as part of the show’s 60th anniversary. Source: Deadline
  4. The new season of Doctor Who will be seeing the series turning 60 and will include a new Timelord, a returning Showrunner, and a returning Timelord and his companion. According to Deadline, Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa was confirmed as the 14th Time Lord with the return of Russell T Davies as the Showrunner for the long-running BBC series. Returning is the 10th Doctor, David Tennant with Catherine Tate playing his companion Donna Noble. Tennant was Davies’ first Doctor Who showrunning gig from 2005 to 2010. There is no word yet what the show's creators will be doing with Tennant and Tate, as their scenes will air later in the new season.
  5. The BBC has confirmed that the 13th season of Doctor Who will air on BBC One, BBC America, and BBC iPlayer on Sunday, October 31st. The iconic image for the new series has also been released, alongside a new promo spot featuring Jodie Whittaker. The series title has also been revealed as Doctor Who: Flux.
  6. Having been in charge of the TARDIS since filming for the Thirteenth Doctor began in 2017, Showrunner Chris Chibnall and the Thirteenth Doctor, Jodie Whittaker, have confirmed they will be moving on from the most famous police box on Earth - and the universe. With a six-part season announced for the fall, and two specials already planned for 2022, BBC One has now asked for an additional final feature length adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor, to form a trio of specials for 2022, before the Doctor regenerates once more. After taking the helm of the show, Chris Chibnall made the ground-breaking decision to cast Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor. He also brought in ‘the fam’ of Tosin Cole (Ryan), Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Bradley Walsh (Graham), and cast the acclaimed Sacha Dhawan as the latest incarnation of The Master, plus Jo Martin as the mysterious Fugitive Doctor, adding new characters, layers and twists to the mythology of the show. Episodes such as ‘Rosa’, ‘Demons of the Punjab’ and ‘Spyfall’ have thrilled audiences across the globe garnering critical acclaim and award recognition, including two BAFTA Must See Moment nominations, along with multiple National Television Award, BAFTA Cymru, TV Choice, Screen Nation, Hugo, Saturn and Critics Choice nominations. Under Chris’ tenure, the series has been awarded the Visionary Awards TV Show of the Year, the Canadian Rockie Award from the BANFF Television Festival for best sci-fi and genre series, while Mandip Gill and Vinay Patel were recognized with wins from the Eastern Eye Awards. The 2020 series won Best Science Fiction Show voted for by readers at Radio Times.com, beating out competition from The Mandalorian, Lucifer and The Boys, as well as winning both Best Moment and Most Incredible Twist from the Digital Spy Reader Awards 2020, for ‘Fugitive Of The Judoon’ and ‘Ascension Of The Cybermen’. In 2019, the entire current cast and crew were awarded Honorary Doctorates by Sheffield Hallam University for their work on the show. As the Thirteenth Doctor, Jodie Whittaker stepped aboard the TARDIS to begin filming in 2017. As the first woman to play the iconic role, Jodie has thrilled audiences with her portrayal of the Time Lord, winning the hearts of Doctor Who fans across the globe. Jodie’s multi-layered, warm, funny and inspiring depiction of the Doctor not only created a first in Doctor Who history, but in 2020, Jodie was voted 2nd Most Popular Doctor of all time, coming within a whisker of her friend David Tennant, in a poll of more than 50,000 fans for Radio Times. Chris Chibnall says “Jodie and I made a ‘three series and out’ pact with each other at the start of this once-in-a-lifetime blast. So now our shift is done, and we’re handing back the TARDIS keys. “Jodie’s magnificent, iconic Doctor has exceeded all our high expectations. She’s been the gold standard leading actor, shouldering the responsibility of being the first female Doctor with style, strength, warmth, generosity and humour. She captured the public imagination and continues to inspire adoration around the world, as well as from everyone on the production. I can’t imagine working with a more inspiring Doctor – so I’m not going to! “For me, leading this exceptional team has been unrivalled creative fun, and one of the great joys of my career. I’m so proud of the people we’ve worked with and the stories we’ve told. To finish our time on the show with an additional Special, after the pandemic changed and challenged our production plans, is a lovely bonus. It’s great that the climax of the Thirteenth Doctor’s story will be at the heart(s) of the BBC’s centenary celebrations. “I wish our successors - whoever the BBC and BBC Studios choose - as much fun as we’ve had. They’re in for a treat!” Jodie Whittaker adds: “In 2017 I opened my glorious gift box of size 13 shoes. I could not have guessed the brilliant adventures, worlds and wonders I was to see in them. My heart is so full of love for this show, for the team who make it, for the fans who watch it and for what it has brought to my life. And I cannot thank Chris enough for entrusting me with his incredible stories. We knew that we wanted to ride this wave side by side and pass on the baton together. So here we are, weeks away from wrapping on the best job I have ever had. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to express what this role has given me. I will carry the Doctor and the lessons I’ve learnt forever. “I know change can be scary and none of us know what’s out there. That’s why we keep looking. Travel Hopefully. The Universe will surprise you. Constantly.” Piers Wenger, Director of BBC Drama, said: “Over the last four years Chris and Jodie have made Doctor Who history and their time on the show is indelibly marked on our memories. From Rosa Parks to Ascension of the Cybermen, Chris and Jodie have given Doctor Who some of its most life-affirming and tear-jerking moments to date and we are beyond excited to see what they have in store for us in the new series this Autumn. Jodie's final adventure to mark the BBC's Centenary in 2022 is set to be a Doctor Who Special to remember. I’d like to thank them both for their incredible work on the show.” Blake Callaway, GM of BBC AMERICA, said: “We’re incredibly grateful to have worked with Chris and Jodie as they ushered in a new era of the Doctor Who franchise, breaking new ground with one of TV’s most iconic heroes and bringing longstanding fans, and new viewers alike, three remarkable seasons. We’re very proud to be a part of a series that, fifty-seven years later, continues to reinvent itself, surprise and delight fans around the world.” Doctor Who is a BBC Studios production for BBC One and a BBC AMERICA co-production. BBC Studios are the international distributors for Doctor Who.
  7. Deadline is reporting that the BBC is not commenting if Jodie Whittaker is set to quit as the 13th Doctor in the British broadcaster’s iconic sci-fi series Doctor Who. Nicola Methven of the Daily Mirror wrote that Whittaker’s departure is being kept under wraps while filming on Season 13 continues. A source informed the Daily Mirror saying: Among Whittaker leaving, her co-stars Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole will also leave the show to make way for a new team. Mandip Gill will remain, while British comedian John Bishop is joining the cast. Showrunner Chris Chibnall will also remain with the BBC Studios-produced series, the Mirror added. A spokesperson for the BBC said:
  8. HBO Max, in partnership with BBC America, is excited to bring audiences aboard the Tardis for a historic, first-ever meeting of The Doctors from the hit BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who. This virtual panel is moderated by Terri Schwartz of IGN, with participation from Jodie Whittaker, Matt Smith and David Tennant. Doctor Who is available to stream exclusively on HBO Max and future season/specials will premiere on BBC AMERICA.
  9. From the Doctor Who series, the Definitive Series Fourth Doctor 1/6 scale figure is the definitive version of the Time Lord. The Fourth Doctor stands about 12 inches tall and is dressed in a multi-layered beautifully tailored costume. With special features affording collectors a greater range of posing options, fans can create the ultimate display. The figure is available for pre-order from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes the following: -2 Heads -10 Interchangeable hands -Hairpiece -Hat hairpiece -Calf-length cavalry overcoat -Waistcoat -Open-necked shirt -Pair of breeches with braces -Pair of brogues shoes with socks -Pair of buccaneer boots -Fedora hat -Long striped scarf -Sonic screwdriver (standard) -Sonic screwdriver (extended) -TARDIS key -Bag of jelly baby sweets -Telescope -Display base and stand with illuminating light-up feature -Reversible printed floor graphic: control room -Reversible TARDIS backdrop display: control room
  10. With the Thirteenth Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker, and her friends well on their way to landing back on our screens, BBC AMERICA today announced an exciting host of new directors as well as both new and returning writers for the next season of Doctor Who. Three new writers have jumped on board the TARDIS for the upcoming season: Nina Metivier, Maxine Alderton and Charlene James. Also making their debut in 2020 are four new directors ready to travel through space and time: Nida Manzoor, Emma Sullivan, Jamie Magnus Stone and Lee Haven Jones. Jodie Whittaker returns as the Thirteenth Doctor in early 2020 when Doctor Who makes an explosive return to screens for another action-packed season of thrilling adventures. Mandip Gill, Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole will all be reprising their roles alongside an exciting host of soon to be announced guest artists. In addition, three writers return from last season: Vinay Patel (episode 1106 - "Demons of The Punjab"), Ed Hime (episode 1109 - "It Takes You Away"), and Pete McTighe (episode 1107 - "Kerblam!") Showrunner Chris Chibnall said: "We're thrilled that Doctor Who continues to attract some of the most the most exciting and dynamic talent working in television. Along with our returning faces, we're excited to welcome new members to the Doctor Who family. The Doctor Who team is crammed with British television's brightest writers and directors: we've adored working with them, and can't wait to show you the explosive stuff they've created!" An all-new season of Doctor Who returns in early 2020 on BBC AMERICA.
  11. Herein discussing the New Years Special of Doctor Who, entitled ‘Resolution’... Featuring the epic return of one of the Doctor’s greatest adversaries! *EX-TER-MAN-ATE*
  12. Herein discussing the Doctor Who Series 11 finale episode, in all its glory... Be sure to share your thoughts on it below!
  13. In a season thus far that I’ve had little to really complain about, overall, this episode struck a cord with me... It is hands down the first that has ever brought me to very nearly wanting to turn it off. To hear why that is, please check out the video below! And be sure to share what you thought of the episode, as well! ?
  14. Herein discussing the compelling eighth episode of Doctor Who Series 11, entitled ‘The Witchfinders’... And whoo-boy, what an episode it was! Have a look — and be sure to comment with your thoughts on the episode, below! ?
  15. Herein discussing episodes 6 & 7 from Series 11 of Doctor Who, ‘Demons of the Punjab’ and ‘Kerblam!’, respectively... The former being one hell of an episode, and the latter being pretty good overall, but with some issues. Be sure to let me know what you thought about these episodes — and the series overall, thus far!
  16. Herein discussing episode 5 of Series 11 of Doctor Who, entitled ‘The Tsuranga Conundrum’ — and all of the highs and lows, as I saw them, that came with it! Take a look, and be sure to share your thoughts on the episode, as well.
  17. For those of you who are following Series 11 of Doctor Who, I’ve been doing video discussions after each episode, over on Youtube! If you’re interested, please have a look — and tell me how you’re liking Series 11, and Jodie Whittaker, thus far! ?
  18. Curious to know if there are any Doctor Who fans on the forums... I got into Doctor Who circa the return of the series in 2005. After which, I realized I had vague memories of watching the Fourth Doctor as a kid, with my mom, which led me to begin perusing and collecting many of the Classic Series dvds, all the while the Modern episodes continued to keep me transfixed. Fast-forward to Series 6, and I’d begun reviewing modern series episodes on my Youtube channel. As well as posted other Doctor Who themed discussions, like my votes for Great Companions that Never Were in the history of the series, and discussions of a few of the Big Finish audio plays. With the debut of Jodie Whittaker in the most current, Eleventh Series — airing right now — I was just as excited, if not even more so, to see what the future beheld for the Doctor, her companions in time and space, and the Whovian community, at large. And, I’m happy to say, just two episodes in, as of this posting, that they have thoroughly delivered, and then some. Below are my latest discussions of the first two Series Eleven episodes, ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’, and ‘The Ghost Monument’, respectively. Please check ‘em out, if you so desire, and share your thoughts on the series, Classic and Modern alike, below!
  19. Showcase your love of the iconic Time Lord and candy with this series of Doctor Who Pop! PEZ. The fourth, tenth, eleventh and thirteenth doctors are available as Pop! PEZ collectibles and snackables. Explore the universe, captain the TARDIS, eat delicious candy. Look for these to be released in November.
  20. Join the Pop! Thirteenth Doctor as she explores the universe on her trusty TARDIS. The Time Lord’s chief nemesis, Missy, also known as the Master makes a compelling Pop! figure capable of all manner of mischief. And the 6” Pop! Clara Memorial, a TARDIS covered in a floral motif, will leave you weeping for the beloved companion. Look for these in November.
  21. https://jediinsider.com/243-20031 Variety reports Matt Smith (Doctor Who, The Crown) has been cast in a 'key role' for Star Wars: Episode 9. This follows the recent announcement of Dominic Monaghan joining the cast, as well as, the official announcement of new and returning cast members. The film is scheduled to be released December 2019.(Source: Variety.com)
  22. The BBC Shop at BBC AMERICA booth #4129 is back at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 with exclusive Doctor Who merchandise featuring the Thirteenth Doctor, including a Thirteenth Doctor Superbitz plush, a Bioworld TARDIS Puffy Keychain, as well as a selection of t-shirts, hoodies, and mugs designed exclusively for the convention. Exclusive to Comic-Con · Kawaii T-Shirt, Hoodie, & Mug · Alice Zhang T-Shirt · Thirteenth Doctor Superbitz · Thirteenth Doctor Funko POP! · Thirteenth Doctor Titan Figurine (6 ½”) · Thirteenth Doctor Kawaii Figurine (6 ½”) · Thirteenth Doctor Hillside Mug · Bioworld TARDIS Puffy Keychain Shop Exclusives · Doctor Who Stars Earrings · Doctor Who Insignia Earrings, Necklace, and Dog-tags · Rainbow Paint TARDIS Raglan · Kawaii Doctors T-Shirt As a special bonus, the BBC AMERICA booth will host three booth signings: · Friday, July 20 from 11:30am-12:30pm and Sunday, July 22 from 11:30am-12:30pm: Richard Dinnick, author of Doctor Who: Myths and Legends and contributing author of the Doctor Who: The Missy Chronicles anthology. Dinnick is a writer of TV scripts, books, and comics who has worked on Disney series Eena Meena Deeka and BBC’s Go Jetters. He is currently writing for several of Titan’s Doctor Who comics. · Saturday, July 21 from 2:00pm-3:00pm: Kelly Yates, the artist whose artwork inspired the exclusive Kawaii Collection. Yates is an illustrator best known for his work on Doctor Who comics for both Titan and IDW. In addition, he writes and illustrates the creator-owned books Amber Atoms and MonstHer. BBC AMERICA will host a Doctor Who panel on Thursday, July 19 at 11:45am PT in Hall H, introducing Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. Marking a new era for the legendary Time Lord, Whittaker will be joined on the panel by two of her Doctor Who co-stars, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill, who play Ryan and Yasmin respectively, as well as award-winning series showrunner Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch) and executive producer Matt Strevens (An Adventure In Space And Time).
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