Doctor Who to return on New Years Day

Doctor Who to return on New Years Day

‘Doctor Who’ is set to return on New Years Day (01.01.20).
The Thirteenth Doctor – played by Jodie Whittaker – is ready to land her TARDIS for her second season as the iconic Time Lord as she kicks things off with the first part of an action packed double episode written by showrunner Chris Chibnall.
‘Spyfall’ sees the return of co-stars Tosin Cole (Ryan), Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Bradley Walsh (Graham), while a host of famous faces including Stephen Fry, Sir Lenny Henry CBE, Robert Glenister and Goran Višnjić are set to appear throughout the upcoming 10-episode run.
However, the Doctor and her friends are not the only ones making a comeback this season as classic ‘Doctor Who’ villains the Cybermen have been confirmed to return for the new series.
Chris has previously said he had plans for Jodie to face one of the longrunning BBC sci-fi’s most formidable foes.
He said: "I really wanted to see Jodie against the Cybermen. There are certain monsters you want to see a Doctor go up against. She met a Dalek in Resolution last New Year.
"Cybermen feel like an important part of the rogues’ gallery and we’ve done something slightly different with them this year – there was a particular story I wanted to tell. They’re just relentless, the Cybermen. They just don’t stop."
Season 12 is set to be an epic blockbuster for fans in 2020 with ten thrilling episodes to follow ‘Spyfall’, and Chris recently revealed he’s already starting laying down plans for the following series.
He said: "It’s categorically untrue [that I’m leaving. We’re already planning the next series after this series."