Doctor Who: Flux – ‘Village of the Angels’ trailer and image breakdown

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Two trailers were released for the fourth chapter of Doctor Who: Flux. One can be seen at the end of the previous episode, Once, Upon Time. The other is on YouTube.

What follows are both promotional photos and screen captures from multiple trailers. We begin with some lead-up images from previous episodes.

Claire Brown (Annabel Scholey) found herself transported back in time by the touch of a Weeping Angel, likely to Medderton in Devon 1967, in The Halloween Apocalypse.

The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her companions Yaz (Mandip Gill) and Dan (John Bishop) watch helplessly as the TARDIS is hijacked by a Weeping Angel in Once, Upon Time.

Devon, November 1967. A little girl has gone missing, Professor Eustacius Jericho (Kevin McNally) is conducting psychic experiments, and in the village graveyard, there is one gravestone too many. Why is Medderton known as the Cursed Village, and what do the Weeping Angels want?

Claire Brown is in Professor Jericho’s lab, connected to monitoring equipment as he records and interviews her.

The TARDIS lands in Medderton. Jean (Jemma Churchill) and Gerald (Vincent Brimble) recognize the TARDIS as a Police Box. Jean tells the Doctor, Yaz and Dan that a little girl is missing.

The villagers call out “Peggy!” (Poppy Polivnick) as they search for the missing little girl.

A scarecrow suddenly appears to Yaz and Dan.

Reverend Shaw (Alex Frost) says a prayer in a graveyard near a church. An angel statue he’s never seen before is present.

Mrs. Hayward (Penelope Ann McGhie) worriedly exclaims “It’s happening again!”

Claire (who was previously seen greeting the Doctor Halloween 2021) informs the Doctor that everyone in the village is going to disappear that very night.

Professor Jericho’s lab:

“Jericho, wait!”

Behind you!

The TARDIS turns up in a drawing.

The Weeping angels up to their usual scary haunts.

A weeping angel in the eye of the beholder.

Dan and Yaz witness something shocking.
“Maybe we should have broke it to you a little more gently”

Village of the Angels will also continue Bel (Thaddea Gram) and Vinder’s (Jacob Anderson) story with a new character, Namaca (Blake Harrison).

Rochenda Sandall (Azure) and Jonny Mathers (Passenger) are also on the Village of the Angels cast list.

Village of the Angels was filmed on location in Penarth Wales, Knapp Beach in Barry Wales, Friars Point in Barry and Saint Hilary, Vale of Glamorgan Wales,

Written by Maxine Alderton and Chris Chibnall and directed by Jamie Magnus Stone, Village of the Angels, the fourth chapter of Doctor Who: Flux, will premiere Sunday, 21 November, at 6:20pm BT on BBC One and at 8:00pm ET on BBC America.