Following the discharge of its Easter particular, BBC has formally unveiled the primary Physician Who centenary particular teaser for the upcoming closing feature-length story of Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Physician. Followers will get to see Whittaker’s closing journey someday this autumn.
The video, which you'll try under, reveals the return of The Grasp, the Thirteenth Physician’s greatest enemy, who will seem within the particular alongside different two villains, the Daleks and the Cybermen. It additionally teases the looks of Physician Who veterans Janet Fielding and Sophie Aldred as they reprise their respective roles as Tegan and Ace from the sooner seasons of the time-traveling drama.
“Jodie’s closing feature-length story accommodates a plethora of treats and surprises for audiences and followers, not least the return of two of probably the most beloved companions within the present’s historical past,” showrunner Chris Chibnall stated in an announcement. “They’ll be serving to the Physician battle on three fronts, towards her deadliest enemies: the Grasp, Daleks, and Cybermen, in a single enormous story! For the BBC’s Centenary, we’ll be celebrating the previous, current, and way forward for Physician Who, in a fittingly thrilling, epic, and emotional send-off for the Thirteenth Physician.”
Physician Who Season 13 stars Jodie Whittaker because the Thirteenth Physician, Mandip Gill as Yasmin Khan, and John Bishop as Dan. Earlier than she takes a bow, Whittaker has set three closing specials, with the primary two already obtainable for viewing. Jodie’s closing feature-length particular, the place the Thirteenth Physician will regenerate, will transmit in autumn 2022 as a part of the BBC’s Centenary celebrations.
Physician Who Season 13 was written and govt produced by Chris Chibnall, who can be serving because the showrunner. He's additionally anticipated to exit the collection together with Whitaker after Season 13 and the three 2022 specials. He'll then be succeeded by returning govt producer and showrunner Russell T. Davies.