So how does it stand out from the pack? For starters, the plan is officially for this season to work as a six-episode epic storyline. This is unlike most other seasons, which are mostly full of standalone episodes with maybe a few exceptions in between. This particular feel could make the show feel more like a limited series, which is probably why it carries such a unique subtitle.
We’ve known for a while that there would be a new companion in Dan, played by actor and comedian John Bishop. You get a little glimpse of him in the trailer, the same goes for a whole host of well-known monsters from the past. Showrunner Chris Chibnall’s strategy seems to be to fill the series with as many dangerous villains as possible. By doing this, you build the case to make this one of the most electric and unique versions of the story we’ve seen yet.
So will this story be the farewell to Jodie Whittaker as the title character? Not so fast! In case you haven’t heard the news yet, Jodie is set to complete her arc during a series of specials in 2022. After that, Russell T. Davies will return to his old role as showrunner and a new doctor will be hired. . For now, however, there is no indication who this doctor will be. That will more than likely be a decision by both the new showrunner and also the BBC and we doubt anything official will be made about it until at least Doctor Who: Flux has come to an end.
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