Doctor Who Season 13 premieres in fall 2021
Doctor Who Season 13 is coming before the end of 2021. It will premiere in the fall, and we get an idea of what to expect.
One thing we still don’t get just yet is an exact premiere date for Doctor Who Season 13. However, we do know that we’ll get the new episodes in the fall. During the summer TCAs, the AMC Networks announced a few premiere dates for the rest of 2021, along with details of the shows.
Doctor Who Season 13 will be a shorter season. It’s only going to have six episodes, but there will be specials throughout 2022. As we previously shared, the specials will be the final episodes for Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor and Chris Chibnall as the showrunner.
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What do we know about Doctor Who Season 13?
There are a lot of questions about what’s to come. The previous special saw The Doctor lose two of her companions. Ryan decided it was time for him to leave the adventures and focus on being at home. Graham couldn’t leave his step-grandson behind, so chose to leave too.
The Doctor and Yaz will now take to space and time to save the universes from all sorts of dangers. They will be joined by another companion, though.
John Bishop is joining the series as Dan Stone. Considering he’s a comedian, Bishop is sure to bring the comedic element to the show. He’s a little like Bradley Walsh’s character, being the one that gets in trouble and ends up being made fun of a lot.
Jacob Anderson will join the series as Vinder. He’ll team up with the fam now and then to help with situations. There will be plenty of enemies old and new throughout the six-part season, and it’s coming soon.
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Doctor Who Season 13 will premiere in fall 2021.