Doctor Who Series 12: Trailer Talk

Doctor Who Series 12: Trailer Talk

Doctor Who Series 12 – Trailer Talk

I love Doctor Who and loved series 11. It replaced prophetic story arcs with world history, interesting stories and new, exciting creatures and I am personally thankful for that.

It also cast Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor, who is a perfect fit for the show and is immediately likeable. And, on the 23rd November, the trailer for series 12 was released.



This series looks exciting and adventurous and I cannot wait for it to start! The Cybermen and Judoon are making a return, as well as introducing a few new alien faces (including one that can get past the TARDIS’s protective barrier!).

As previously mentioned, the last series scraped a lot of the emotional/prophecy routes in favour of interesting stories, world history and new aliens, and I hope series 12 continues down this path.

‘Doctor Who Series 12’ will be on BBC One in early 2020.

The twelfth series of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who is set to premiere in early 2020. The series will be the second to be led by Chris Chibnall as head writer and executive produce, alongside executive producer Matt Strevens. This series will be the twelfth to air following the programme’s revival in 2005, and will be the thirty-eighth season overall.

Jodie Whittaker is due to return for her second series as the Thirteenth Doctor, the most recent incarnation of the Doctor, an alien Time Lord who travels through time and space in the TARDIS, which appears to be a British police box on the outside. The series also stars Bradley WalshTosin Cole and Mandip Gill as the Doctor’s travelling companionsGraham O’BrienRyan Sinclair and Yasmin Khan, respectively.

The ten episodes were directed by Jamie Magnus Stone, Lee Haven Jones, Nida Manzoor and Emma Sullivan. The writers for the series included those returning from the previous series, Ed Hime, Pete McTighe and Vinay Patel, as well as new contributors Nina Métivier, Maxine Alderton and Charlene James, including Chibnall, who wrote four scripts for the series. Filming for the series commenced in January 2019 and concluded in October of that year. The series will be succeeded by a special episode.


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