After a long break, the popular science fiction show came back for a new adventure in space and time.
The title of the 13th season of Doctor Who was “Doctor Who: Flux.” It showed us both old and new monsters and aliens. Jodie Whittaker says that this season is “bigger and better than ever” and that there will be “questions, answers, exclamation marks, and big exclamation marks” all throughout the series.
It’s hard to believe that season 13 of Doctor Who is already over, but here’s what you need to know about it.
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Doctor Who Season 13 Plot
Season 13 of Doctor Who is a unique story for the show. Since the show was restarted in 2005, this is the first time that all of the episodes in a season tell the same story. In other seasons, there have been episodes with one, two, or three parts, but all six parts of Season 13 told the same story. The season even had a name for itself: “Flux.”
The only story in Season 13 is about the universe-ending anomaly that gives the season its name. It sends the Doctor, Yaz, and Dan, his new friend, all over space and time. Several of the Doctor’s enemies from the past, like the Weeping Angels, the Daleks, and the Cybermen, all try to take over the Earth at the same time. The mysterious Division, which was introduced in Season 11, is also explained more in Season 13.
Doctor Who Season 13 Cast
For her third season as The Doctor, Jodie Whitaker came back. Yasmin Khan, played by Mandip Gill, also came back. Sadly, that was the last thing that stayed the same from last season. During the “Revolution of the Daleks” Christmas episode, Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole left the show. Instead, John Bishop joined as Dan Lewis.
Captain Jack Harkness, who was a fan favorite, also came back for the Christmas episode. In Season 12’s “The Lone Cyberman,” Captain Jack, played by John Barrowman with lovable smarm, made a short appearance and gave a scary warning. Jo Martin as the Fugitive Doctor (who was last seen in Season 12’s “The Timeless Children”) and Jemma Redgrave as U.N.I.T. member Kate Lethbridge-Stewart will also be back for Season 13.
When Was The Doctor who Renewed For Season 13?
Early in 2020, showrunner Chris Chibnall told Entertainment Weekly that he would be in charge of the thirteenth season with the thirteenth Doctor. This confirmed the news about Doctor Who Season 13.
But all those 13s have led to a bad sign: Chris Chibnall told Radio Times that Season 13 will have fewer episodes than Season 12 because of COVID-19 restrictions on filming in the UK.
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Doctor Who Season 13 Release Date
The first episode of Season 13 of Doctor Who came out on Halloween night, October 31, 2021.
Doctor Who Season 13 Episodes
Due to the spread of the coronavirus, Doctor Who had to take a number of steps to finish the season. This includes cutting the number of episodes by a lot. Seasons 11 and 12, which were the first two with Jodie Whitaker, each had ten episodes, but Season 13 only had six.
Doctor Who Season 13 Trailer
Yes! The trailer was taken down in October 2021, just a few weeks before Season Thirteen of Doctor Who began. You can watch it below. It shows “one epic story over six thrilling chapters.”
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