Series 10 of doctor who was confirmed a few weeks ago, but it has not been confirmed when it will air.
Rumours abound today with talk of Doctor Who possibly not airing a full series in 2016, due to Moffat’s Sherlock commitments.
The source is Private Eye [via], who wrote in the latest issue of their magazine:
Not long now till the return of Doctor Who, which arrives back on screens for the ninth series of its latest incarnation on 19 September. Fans should make as much as they can of this 12-part run, as BBC staff have recently been informed that showrunner Steven Moffat’ commitments to his other hit show Sherlock mean that there will be no full series of Doctor Who in 2016.
It’s important to note that the source in question is predominately known in the UK for its satirical content. However they have also posted a couple of Doctor Who stories in the past which turned out to have some truth in them. For now we’ll just have to wait for an official comment.
A BBC spokeperson told Den of Geek: “It’s too early to confirm the schedule for future series at this point. We’re all excited for the new series that starts on the 19th of September”.
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