Doctor Who fans face TWO YEAR wait for Jodie Whittaker's return

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 9, 2018

Jodie Whittaker's Doctor announces at the start, which certainly sounds like she is describing Davros' creations.

Despite some naysayers trying to point to dropping ratings, Whittaker has been enjoying a critically acclaimed and successful run as the Doctor, with the current series finale premiering today and the annual special set for New Year's Day.

Doctor Who boss and head writer Chris Chibnall said work has already begun on the 12th series.

So far, from the first eight episodes, series 11 of Doctor Who has averaged a 4-screen consolidated audience of 8.4m.

It saw the highest launch viewing figures for the sci-fi stalwart in a decade, with 10.9 million people tuning in.

Series eleven came to an end on Sunday evening, with the Doctor answering distress calls from a battle-scarred planet.

Speaking of the return Showrunner Chris Chibnall said "We're off again!" Well we never actually stopped.

He said they couldn't wait to bring "more scares, more monsters and more Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole" - referring to the Doctor's companions.

Lizo Mzimba, the BBC's entertainment correspondent, said while there was "a recognition that fans might want a series every single year, Doctor Who has nearly uniquely complex filming requirements and a lengthy post-production period".

Will the dreaded Daleks be making a return in the New Year's special episode of Doctor Who?

The episode on 1 January marks a change in Christmas tradition, as it will be the first time Doctor Who hasn't been shown on Christmas Day.

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