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From Cultbox, Series 12 will show a different side to the 13th Doctor https://cultbox.co.uk/news/doctor-who-series-12-will-show-a-different-side-of-the-thirteenth-doctor

Chibnall's (and the BBC's) need for so much secrecy seems like overkill, though there are quite a few fans who don't like spoilers, so they're probably happy with the intense secrecy

From Cultbox, Chibnall talks about doing more and different historicals in Series 12 https://cultbox.co.uk/general/more-and-different-historical-episodes-in-doctor-who-series-12

 

From Cultbox, Chibnall gives some interesting new details on the season via an interview with TV and Satellite Week, especially about the first episode https://cultbox.co.uk/news/doctor-who-series-12-new-details-from-chris-chibnall

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https://cultbox.co.uk/news/nationwide-bbc-america-doctor-who-fan-event-spyfall-screening

BBC America and Fathom event to see the first 2 episodes in theaters in the US on Jan 5. Tickets are now available. One theater is close to me so I’m considering going

ETA: I ended up getting a ticket. It will mean seeing the two episodes on a movie screen and seeing the second episode before it's telecast on BBC America. So this should hopefully be fun and will get me out of the house for about 2 hours on a Sunday afternoon

 

Per Radio Times, Doctor to meet Edison and Tesla in Series 12 https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-12-07/doctor-who-series-12-nikola-tesla-edison/

Also posted in the 1st episode topic, 1 minute First Look from the first episode 

 

Entertainment Weekly interview https://ew.com/tv/2019/12/06/doctor-who-jodie-whittaker-chris-chibnall/

Deadline interview https://deadline.com/2019/12/doctor-who-showrunner-chris-chibnall-biggest-episode-1202788483/

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Yahoo interview with Chibnall https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/doctor-who-chris-chibnall-spyfall-interview-000156877.html

 

Radio Times: Cold opens are back, but not for every episode https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-12-07/doctor-who-cold-opens-returning/

Per Cultbox, the apparent full cast list for the Spyfall two parter https://cultbox.co.uk/news/doctor-who-series-12-spyfall-cast-and-character-names

The list and Cultbox are suggesting Spyfall is an actual two parter and the second episode is broadcast on the 12th, suggesting 11 episodes vs 10. Hopefully things will get more clear as we get closer to the premiere

IGN video interview with Jodie, Tosin and Mandip 

 

First episode synopsis

Title: “Spyfall”

Airdate: Jan 1, 2020

Episode Synopsis:

The time traveller returns for a fresh set of adventures. When intelligence agents around the world come under attack from alien forces, MI6 turns to the only people who can help - a certain Doctor and her companions. As they travel the globe in pursuit of answers, threats arrive from all sides, leaving Earth's security resting on the team's shoulders. But where will this planet-threatening conspiracy lead them? Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Bradley Walsh and Mandip Gill star, with guest appearances from Stephen Fry and Lenny Henry.

Written by Chris Chibnall

Directed by Jamie Stone

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Not to be that guy, but why MI6? Why not UNIT? Especially because it'll obviously be set at least partially in the UK and the entire point of MI6 (as compared to MI5) is they don't operate on British soil.

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It appears this will be the first time the show has broadcast a season in Winter (Jan to March) since it was revived. What are ratings like on UK TV in that time period?

@SnideAsides it’s possible UNIT or its agents gets taken out in whatever is happening or is still shut down

 

Chibnall has confirmed in interviews that the characters of Tesla (guest Goran Visnjic) and Edison (guest Robert Glenister) will be in the 4th episode, written by Nina Metivier. He also indicated that James Buckley will guest in Episode 3

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8 hours ago, SnideAsides said:

Not to be that guy, but why MI6? Why not UNIT? Especially because it'll obviously be set at least partially in the UK and the entire point of MI6 (as compared to MI5) is they don't operate on British soil.

Maybe this crisis will get UNIT their funding back. I hope so, because Doctor Who isn't quite the same without it.  

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Per someone's tweet, Jodie pretty much confirms she's staying for Series 13 in an interview where she's quoted: "this isn’t the last series I’ll play the doctor". I can't recall the source article, but I saw a scan earlier of a magazine article where she stated it. 

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Metro interview with Jodie, mostly personal, some show stuff https://www.metro.news/jodie-whittaker/1828043/

Among other things she said, she loves Doctor Who memorabilia and owns a Funko Pop Doctor. While talking about fan-girling, she indicated she was super-enthusiastic about Russell Davies' series "Years and Years" and practically stalked him to let him know how much she loved it. Hopefully she'll team up with Davies down the road; I enjoyed what he did with show-running Doctor Who

 

FYI, for British viewers. It's likely the clip will be available afterwards on the Internet

ETA:
New preview clip with Lenny Henry's character talking with Yaz and Ryan 

 

Good interview with Chibnall by the AV Club https://tv.avclub.com/doctor-who-showrunner-chris-chibnall-talks-season-12-an-1840272305

Per Digital Spy, guest Lenny Henry talks some about his guest turn on Doctor Who on The One Show https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/a30186918/doctor-who-lenny-henry-teases-new-year-special-one-show/

 

CTV Scifi has an interesting interview with the producers and cast  https://www.ctvscifi.ca/doctor-who-season-12-interview/

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The BBC officially announced that Anjli Mohindra (previously of the Who spinoff the Sarah Jane Adventures) and Laura Fraser (British series The Missing, US series Better Call Saul) will guest star in Series 12 https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2019/dw-anjli-laura?ns_mchannel=social&ns_linkname=corporate&ns_source=twitter&ns_campaign=bbc_press_office

Spoilers have Mohindra playing an alien Queen in Episode 4. I haven't heard who Fraser is supposed to play

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From Radio Times, the producers talk about changes to the Tardis https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-12-15/doctor-who-tardis-changes/

 

https://digiguide.tv/programme-details/BBC+One+South+West/5+January+2020/19:00/Doctor+Who/Science+Fiction+Series/

Digiguide has listed the synopsis to Episode 2, Spyfall Part 2, Sunday, Jan 5 and is listing it as an hour from 7 to 8pm instead of the usual 50 minutes. Hopefully the time remains accurate and isn’t just a placeholder

Synopsis: 

Part two of two. A terrifying plan to destroy humanity is about to reach fruition. Can the Doctor and her companions escape multiple traps and defeat a deadly alliance? Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Bradley Walsh and Mandip Gill star.

Writer: Chris Chibnall

Director: Lee Haven Jones

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On 12/13/2019 at 7:17 PM, DanaK said:

The BBC officially announced that Anjli Mohindra (previously of the Who spinoff the Sarah Jane Adventures) and Laura Fraser (British series The Missing, US series Better Call Saul) will guest star in Series 12 https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2019/dw-anjli-laura?ns_mchannel=social&ns_linkname=corporate&ns_source=twitter&ns_campaign=bbc_press_office

Spoilers have Mohindra playing an alien Queen in Episode 4. I haven't heard who Fraser is supposed to play

I'd much rather she was reprising her SJA role as Rani - would be a nice little nod back at that spin-off to have the character cross over to guest on the main show. Alas, two showrunners later, that is never going to happen.

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FYI, there's a screening of the first episode at BFI Southbank for the cast and some invited guests like the editor of SFX Magazine. It appears to be happening now or soon according to social media. No idea if any info or reactions will leak out

A picture of Jodie, Bradley and Mandip at the screening (or on the red carpet)

 

From the panel after the screening

From BangShowbiz journalist

 
 
From RadioTimes journalist
 
And from another journalist
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According to another board, Jodie Whittaker and producer Chris Chibnall reportedly responded to a question at a recent panel as to scariest episode saying that it was Episode 3. The poster said they think Jodie said the episode title was "Orphan 55", but they aren't sure they heard correctly

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https://digiguide.tv/programme-details/BBC+One/12+January+2020/19:10/Doctor+Who/Science+Fiction+Series/

Take with a grain of salt for now but here’s the supposed information for Episode 3 according to Digiguide:

Airing: Jan 12 at 7:10pm on the BBC

Title: Orphan 55

Synopsis:

Having decided that everyone could do with a holiday, the Doctor takes Graham, Yasmin, Ryan to a luxury resort for a spot of rest and relaxation. However, they discover the place where they are having a break is hiding a number of deadly secrets. What are the ferocious monsters that are attacking Tranquillity Spa? Guest starring Laura Fraser and James Buckley, alongside Jodie Whittaker as the 13th incarnation of the Time Lord, and Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole as her trusty travelling companions.

Written by Ed Hime

Directed by Lee Haven Jones

 

In a Radio Times video, Jodie, Tosin and Mandip answer fan questions. Lots of fun though I had trouble understanding what they said at times

 

 

 

Bradley Walsh’s CV suggests that he’s staying thru Series 13 as Graham, but it’s hard to say for certain at this early point whether it means the whole season. It would be surprising given how busy Walsh is

 

 

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https://www.bigissue.com/latest/jodie-whittaker-new-year-message-as-doctor-who-returns-dont-lose-hope/

The Big Issue Magazine has an interview with Jodie that will be out in full on Dec 27. Meanwhile, they have excerpts of the interview in the above link

 

In a Radio Times interview, Chibnall says he is open to bringing back "pure historicals" https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-12-24/doctor-who-pure-historical-stories/

 

https://cultbox.co.uk/news/doctor-who-spyfall-2-will-feature-three-historical-figures

Per Cultbox, Radio Times Magazine has released the cast list for Spyfall Part 2 and it appears there are two more historical figures beside the previously mentioned British spy Inayat Khan, there will also be Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace. The cast list also includes Yaz's family (dad, mom and sister). See the article for the list of names and characters

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Den of Geek’s interview with Chibnall. He confirms the finale is a 2-parter https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/tv/doctor-who/69159/doctor-who-series-12-will-start-and-end-with-two-parters

Den Of Geek’s mostly spoiler-free preview of the first episode https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/tv/doctor-who-series-12/69142/doctor-who-series-12-spyfall-spoiler-free-review

 

 

Per Radio Times Series 12 has a common theme that links the episodes but Chibnall won’t say what it is yet as he wants the viewers to figure it out https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2019-12-27/doctor-who-series-12-theme/

INews interview with Jodie and Chibnall https://inews.co.uk/culture/television/doctor-who-jodie-whittaker-chris-chibnall-interview-new-series-1350321

New Team Tardis pictures

 

 

https://cultbox.co.uk/news/doctor-who-series-12-james-buckley-officially-announced

I thought this was already official, but James Buckley has been officially announced to be a guest star in Series 12. The gossip is that he will be in Episode 3

 

Metro's mostly non-spoiler preview of Episode 1 https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/28/doctor-review-spyfall-action-packed-caper-bodes-well-new-series-11969839/

So far, some pretty positive or mostly positive previews (or positive comments on Twitter for those who haven't posted a preview yet) for Episode 1. Hopefully will bode well for the season

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On 12/21/2019 at 7:57 AM, DanaK said:

https://digiguide.tv/programme-details/BBC+One/12+January+2020/19:10/Doctor+Who/Science+Fiction+Series/

Take with a grain of salt for now but here’s the supposed information for Episode 3 according to Digiguide:

Airing: Jan 12 at 7:10pm on the BBC

Title: Orphan 55

Synopsis:

Having decided that everyone could do with a holiday, the Doctor takes Graham, Yasmin, Ryan to a luxury resort for a spot of rest and relaxation. However, they discover the place where they are having a break is hiding a number of deadly secrets. What are the ferocious monsters that are attacking Tranquillity Spa? Guest starring Laura Fraser and James Buckley, alongside Jodie Whittaker as the 13th incarnation of the Time Lord, and Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole as her trusty travelling companions.

Written by Ed Hime

Directed by Lee Haven Jones

The BBC has finally updated their listing info for Episode 3. Their info is consistent with digiguide as I previously posted above though the BBC's synopsis is shorter:

"The Doctor and her friends discover that the luxury resort where they are holidaying is hiding a number of deadly secrets. What are the ferocious monsters attacking Tranquillity Spa?"

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If you use Twitter, you can follow several of the show's production folks, but I want to point out that costume designer Ray Holman is on Twitter (@HolmanRay) (he might also have an Instagram account) and he has indicated he will talk about costume design at the appropriate times, which may not be until the end of the season (though possibly after certain episodes as well). Today, he talked about the costumes for Spyfall, Part 1, especially Jodie's tux

 

The Age interview with Chibnall and Jodie https://www.smh.com.au/culture/tv-and-radio/misogynists-don-t-scare-time-lord-jodie-whittaker-i-know-how-it-works-20191224-p53mri.html

 

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Here’s a summary on the remaining 8 episodes as to what's known for sure (and what rumors said it was) and assuming episode order hasn't been switched

Episode 3: Title: Orphan 55. Very scary episode. Directed by Lee Haven Jones and written by Ed Hime

Episode 4: Tesla and Edison in Victorian age in NYC (trailer shows the alien is a scorpion-like creature). Written by Nina Metivier

Episode 5: Nothing known (Rumors were Sea Devils and plastic waste storyline and written by Charlene Jones)

Episode 6: the Judoon episode (Rumors were a fugitive Time Lord named Ruth, writer is Pete McTighe)

Episode 7: Nothing known (Rumor was base under siege type episode with scary creature that can go through walls, but that sounds like Episode 3)

Episode 8: Mary Shelley episode. Written by Maxine Alderton. (Rumors suggest possible appearance by Cybermen).

Episode 9 & 10 is a two-part finale. Nothing is known. (I think there have been rumors of Cybermen)

Not a heck of a lot known at this point, even rumor-wise. The producers/BBC are really keeping things close to the vest. The Master reveal had some leaks but overall they managed to keep it a surprise. It will be really interesting to see how the rest of the season plays out. It will also be interesting to see how the reported special later this year/early next year plays out as well

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Per Cultbox, comments from Jodie at the NYC Q&A and at least one other interview about Chibnall planning things and revealing things over time like the Timeless Child https://cultbox.co.uk/news/the-timeless-child-jodie-whittaker-hints-of-a-continuing-mystery

Just to note, I don’t remember these comments, but I had to duck out for a few minutes and there were times I couldn’t fully understand what was being said because of the accents

 

The full set of promo pics for Ep 3 Orphan 55 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07zr7vt/p07zr7bc

 

Really good long (36min) interview by Jodie, Tosin and Mandip with Build by Yahoo yesterday in NYC. I recommend watching it as there's lots of good stuff, including how Series 12 goes compared to Series 11 (much bigger) without revealing much

 

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Next 3 titles revealed by Doctor Who Magazine:

Episode 4 “Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror” (by Nina Metivier)

Per Digiguide, here is the reported synopsis of this episode

It is 1903 and on the edge of Niagara Falls, something is wrong at Nikola Tesla’s generator plant, where someone – or something – is sabotaging the maverick inventor’s work. Has Tesla really received a message from Mars? And where does his great rival Thomas Edison fit into these events? The Doctor and her companions Yaz, Ryan and Graham must join forces with one of history’s greatest minds to save both him and planet Earth.

Episode 5 “Fugitive of the Judoon” (by Vinay Patel)

Episode 6 “Praxeus” (by Pete McTighe)

Reportedly Episodes 5 and 6 were switched

Here’s more info from Cultbox on what DWM posted for Episodes 3-6 and comments from some of the writers

https://cultbox.co.uk/general/doctor-who-series-12-new-episode-titles-writers-and-descriptions

Four Doctor Who Series 12 episode titles and descriptions were revealed in Doctor Who Magazine #547

Episode 3 – Orphan 55, written by Ed Hime, directed by Lee Haven Jones

From Ed Hime:

“The gang know that going anywhere with the Doctor will lead to adventure, so they try to take a different route with this one. They all go on holiday together to a place called Tranquillity, which is an idyllic, all-inclusive holiday destination where they can take some time out and relax.

“But of course they get there and things go horribly wrong. They’re quickly dragged into a spiralling situation they’ve landed in the middle of.”

Guest Cast List:
Laura Fraser – Kane
Gia Ré – Bella
James Buckley – Nevi
Julia Elizabeth Fogle (Julia Foster) – Vilma
Amy Booth-Steel – Hyph3n
Will Austin – Vorm
Col Farrell – Benni
Lewin Lloyd – Sylas
Spencer Wilding – Creature

Episode 4 – Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror, written by Nina Metivier, directed By Nida Manzoor

“The time: the earliest years of the 20th century. The place: New York City. Inventor Nikola Tesla is at war with his rival Thomas Edison. However, there’s an even greater threat in their midst…”

Guest Cast List:
Goran Višnjić – Nikola Tesla
Robert Glenister – Thomas Edison
Anjli Mohindra – Queen Skithra
Haley McGee – Dorothy Skerrit,  Tesla’s assistant

Episode 5 – Fugitive of the Judoon, written by Vinay Patel, Directed by Nida Manzoor

“Stomping their way into present-day Gloucester, the Judoon are on the hunt for someone on the run. Who is this fugitive? And why are these alien mercenaries after them?”

Guest Cast List:
Jo Martin – Ruth Clayton, Gloucester tour guide
Neil Stuke – Lee, Ruth’s husband
Paul Kasey – Judoon leader

Episode 6 – Praxeus, written by Pete McTighe, directed by Jamie Magnus Stone

“The Doctor and her friends split up to investigate multiple mysteries across planet Earth. What they find will threaten all of humanity…”

From Pete McTighe:

“When we come into the episode, the Doctor, Graham, Yaz and Ryan are already split up around the globe, investigating strange goings-on that are linked to a brand-new alien menace.”

“Prepare for a fun rollercoaster of an episode with some genuinely disturbing moments. And watch the skies…”

Guest Cast List:
Joana Borja – Gabriela, a young blogger
Matthew McNulty – Adam
Molly Harris – Suki Cheng

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Short clip for next episode Orphan 55. Shown on The Tonight Show last night where Jodie was a guest

 

 

Jodie interview with Paste Magazine Podcast (includes video)

 

 

The BBC has announced two more guest stars https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2020/dw-warren-matthew?ns_linkname=corporate&ns_campaign=bbc_press_office&ns_source=twitter&ns_mchannel=social

TV stars Warren Brown (Luther, Liar, Strike Back) and Matthew McNulty (Versailles, The Bay, Deadwater Fell) will guest star in an upcoming episode that sounds like Episode 6

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The BBC's listing for Episode 5, "Fugitive of the Judoon" has this for the synopsis:

Ko Sho Blo! Trigger-happy space police the Judoon are targeting 21st-century Gloucester. The Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham race back to Earth in order to prevent them doing too much damage to the cathedral city. But who are they looking for, and what did they do to incur the wrath of the Judoon?

The listing also indicates that Chris Chibnall and Vinay Patel co-wrote this

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Since the Judoon episode topic is closed for now:

Next-time trailer from the BBC for next week's Judoon episode

It seems BBC America played a trailer after the Tesla episode that was about several upcoming episodes. I don't know when or if they will put it on social media

Also, man, these BBC next-time trailers truly suck. I have been told that the usual BBC America trailers right after an episode are from the BBC, which shows the longer trailer sometime after it shows the next-time trailer. The longer ones are definitely better

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The BBC posted the trailer that refers to the next few episodes

 

 

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000f1wx

From the BBC website for Episode 6, Praxeus:

Synopsis: What connects a missing astronaut in the Indian Ocean, birds behaving strangely in Peru and a US naval officer who washes up on a Madagascan beach? Team Tardis investigate.

Also, the episode is co-written by Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall

 

Jodie answers Doctor Who questions for Twitter. She’s a lot of fun

 

Entertainment Weekly interview with Jodie. She confirms that she’s staying for at least one more season https://ew.com/tv/2020/01/22/jodie-whittaker-doctor-who-3/

 

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Found on another board, from an interview of Chibnall in Empire magazine in their TV section, about the upcoming Mary Shelley episode:

"...we go and meet Lord Byron and Mary Shelley later on in the series. Maxine Alderton wrote that episode, she's a massive aficionado of the Romantics and it's [set on] that night when Shelley was writing Frankenstein. And you're like, these guys are going to want and go and visit them, so, yeah, you're always looking how you can drop these figures in, in unexpected ways."

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000f9d4

From the BBC, the synopsis for Episode 7, "Can You Hear Me?"

"From ancient Syria to present day Sheffield, and out into the wilds of space, something is stalking the Doctor and her friends. 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? And what are the fearsome Chagaskas terrorising Aleppo in 1380? To find the answers, Team Tardis embark on a mission that forces them to face their darkest fears."

Guest cast:

Rakaya - Clare-Hope Ashitey

Tibo - Buom Tihngang

Written by Charlene James and Chris Chibnall

Directed by Emma Sullivan

I'm so intrigued

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1 hour ago, gonzosgirrl said:

Do we know how many episodes this series will be?

10 episodes (including the 2 part finale), plus a special. It's not been confirmed when the special will air, but it will be sometime after Series 12 ends. Many are speculating it will be shown Christmas 2020 or New Year's Day 2021

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1 hour ago, DanaK said:

10 episodes (including the 2 part finale), plus a special. It's not been confirmed when the special will air, but it will be sometime after Series 12 ends. Many are speculating it will be shown Christmas 2020 or New Year's Day 2021

Thanks! Hard to believe we're over half way through already. It's such a long wait between series!

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35 minutes ago, gonzosgirrl said:

Thanks! Hard to believe we're over half way through already. It's such a long wait between series!

Yes, that's what I hate as new viewer, the year or more wait between seasons. As an American, I usually only wait less than 6 months for a broadcast show to come back in the Fall after it ends in the Spring. Mid-season usually is about a 9 month wait. Cable and streaming can be a pretty long wait for some shows. I'm concerned that Series 13 will be more than a year's wait if they don't start filming soon because I can't see them wanting to broadcast it in the Spring or Summer given the poor ratings climate then. But I guess if they broadcast the special at Christmas or New Year's, then the series in Fall 2021, then that would be less than a year for something Who-related

Of course, the other thing I really hate is the 6 hour wait after the BBC broadcast to see the show on BBC America. I have to do a personal blackout of my social media and Internet viewing for 6+ hours so not to be spoiled

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Regarding Series 13, someone at Gallifrey Base is saying show producer Nikki Wilson said they will be starting filming in early Summer (which month is considered early Summer for the UK?). Someone said somewhere else a month or two ago that Jodie maybe said May during some Q&A or interview

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