A guide to all that we know so far about the upcoming series of doctor who. It shall be the first series to feature a brand new doctor, companions and a new showrunner-so check out our guide for the new series below.
Last Updated: 17th January 2018
Coming Autumn 2018-We are persumming this means that it shall be released from somewhere between August and October. Most likely release date would be on Bank Holiday weekend (25th August) at the earliest.
Confirmed at 10 episodes which last 60 minutes each. The season opener will be 65 minutes long, according to various sources. We are apparently receiving over 11 hours of new content for series 11.
Jodie Whittaker-The Doctor
Sharon D Clarke-Playing a recuring role in the series, although the character name is yet unknown
Various other guest cast members
Mark Gatiss and Sarah Dollard will NOT be returning to write stories for series 11.
Introduces Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor, Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan and Mandip Gill as Ryan and shall pick off where Twice Upon a Time left of.
Written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Jamie Childs.
Produced by Nikki Wilson.
Plot details and much more to be announced closer to the date of release in Autumn 2018.
Any other information
Gareth Marks will play a police officer in the second block worth of episodes, either in one of the two episodes or both episodes which are directed by Mark Tonderai.
Sharon D Clarke will play a returning role in the series, presumably not appearing in all 10 episodes but having a major and significant role in the series. Start your fan theories!
The ending and regeneration of the series showed Jodie Whittaker falling out of her TARDIS, but what will happen next?
We are unaware if there shall be a Christmas special or if Twice Upon a Time was the last episode. Maybe the Christmas special was that "Over 11 hours of content" included.
We are unaware if Chris Chibnall shall take the approach that Steven Moffat and RTD did, or whether he shall be taking the rumoured American style writers room approach.
Block 1 shall contain of episodes 1 and 7 and shall be directed by new director Jamie Childs. Block 2, directed by Mark Tonderai, shall contain episodes 2 and 3, and some filming takes place in Cape Town, South Africia.
More information to be released soon...
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