The BBC have finally revealed Doctor Who series 11 premiere date. In typical BBC fashion, they released a small teaser announcement of the premiere date as October 7, 2018. American audiences were given a larger teaser featuring Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor in a colorful if not explosive video.
BBC America gave Whovians another delightful treat, a brand-new Doctor Who series trailer at the San Diego Comic Con. Unlike the purely mysterious trailer that its UK parent company, BBC, this one gives fans a delightful treat to the eye and a few more peeks at our brand new 13th Doctor.
The time finally arrived for the new Doctor Who trailer. Whovians across the world have been awaiting another glimpse of their favorite timelord. As promised on Friday, the BBC aired (and posted online) during the FIFA World cup finals the new teaser trailer featuring mostly the new Team TARDIS.
Whovians across the globe gasped out loud as Peter Capaldi’s Doctor regenerated into Jodie Whittaker. For the first time in the Doctor Who history, the title character will be played by a female. As typical of most regenerations, the fans don’t get to see much of our new Doctor until the new season starts. Our last peek of the beloved timelord (timelady?) is seeing her plummeting to the ground fa...[Read More]
As you may know, US fans are being treated to a marathon of 500 classic episodes of our beloved Timelord on Twitch. Fortunately for United Kingdom Whovians, they get their own marathon of Doctor Who. The BBC has decided to air the entire New Doctor Who (NuWho) series, starting with Christopher Eccleston as the ninth Doctor up to Peter Capaldi’s last episode.