Doctor Who is a British science-fiction television programme produced by the BBC since 1963. The most recent season of Doctor Who, starring Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor, had already finished up its run when most of the world started to go into lockdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The thirteenth Doctor, i.e., Jodie Whittaker will be returning to the upcoming season. The character herself confirms the news to EW. She says, “I’m doing another season. It might be a massive exclusive that I’m not supposed to say, but it’s unhelpful for me to say because it would be a massive lie! At some point, those shoes are going to be handed on, but it’s not yet.” The Doctor will still be clinging to it.
Moreover, fans won’t be seeing the return of Graham and Ryan in Doctor Who Season 13. The characters will be leaving the series by the end of the festival special. Michelle Gomez will probably be coming back to the season. He expresses the desire to pop into the series. We are expecting more characters to make their appearance.
Chibnall described the upcoming episodes as “mad, exciting, funny and scary” in his column, adding: “And look, there’s the Doctor. There’s the TARDIS in new places, new locations. Just seeing that lifts the soul. She’s on new adventures. She’s back-saving people and worlds. Fans continue to speculate about the future of Doctor Who could bring. John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness will be reuniting with the Doctor in “Revolution of the Daleks” for the first time in a decade, which could open the door for more old characters to return. With Whittaker about to lose some companions, it could be the perfect time for familiar faces to board the TARDIS once again.
Chris Chibnall made his comment on expecting the new season as “I’ve got an idea,” he said when asked about when season 13 will release. “As soon as we finish it, I promise we’ll put it on telly straight away.”. Viewers are expecting the return of Doctor by the beginning of 2021.