In what is being billed as “her biggest adventure yet”, the Doctor returns to our televisions on 31 October with a six-part series titled Doctor Who: Flux.
— Doctor Who: Flux (@bbcdoctorwho) October 9, 2021
A clip for the Halloween-premiering series was released with a warning that The Flux is coming. The video features the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) with her companions Yaz (Mandip Gill) and Dan (John Bishop) in trouble on the TARDIS.
“Can you hear me? Listen carefully! We don’t have much time. The Flux is coming! It’s bringing with it the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, Creatures known as the Ravagers and enemies from across the universe. This is the fight of out lives!”
“Doctor, we need you!”
“I can’t hold it much longer, Doctor!”
“It’s coming. Be Ready!”
Some photos from Doctor Who Series 13 filming showing the Weeping Angels and Sontarans:
Spooky goings on outside the house tonight in Penarth. It’s daylight at 8and a rather strange statue in the middle of the road.
Mmmm 🤔 I wonder what they’re filming?? Could it possibly involve a Doctor. Who knows??
Good to see the film industry starting up again. pic.twitter.com/pr5fD7oVmr
— Workbench (@WorkbenchOffice) December 8, 2020
In addition to the six episodes of Series 13 this year, there will be three additional specials featuring Jodie Whittaker’s thirteenth Doctor in 2022 . They will air on New Year’s Day, spring, and in autumn with a BBC centenary special in which Whittaker’s Doctor will regenerate.