‘Doctor Who: Flux’ Releases First-Look Trailer For 13th Season, Spotlighting Guest Actors And Monsters

It wouldn’t be Doctor Who without monsters. And even thought the show is now known as Doctor Who: Flux, its 13th season promises more creatures great and small.

The trailer for the show’s 13th season is out now, revealing a first look at the guest actors and monsters that will be featured across the six-episode series. The character names of the guest actors and the monster names, as well as who will be playing them, will be announced at a later date.

The shows will be among the last for Jodie Whittaker, the first female Doctor in the iconic role. Three specials next year will be her swan song, with showrunner Chris Chibnall also departing for returning showrunner Russell T. Davies.

Joining regular cast members Whittaker, Mandip Gill, John Bishop and Jacob Anderson are:

Related Story

'Doctor Who: Flux' Unveils Season 13 Trailer, Promises New Villains For Jodie Whittaker Finale

Robert Bathurst (Cold Feet, Toast Of London, Downton Abbey), Thaddea Graham (The Irregulars, Us), Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners, A Very English Scandal, World On Fire), Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean, Designated Survivor, Downton Abbey), Craig Parkinson (Line of Duty, Intergalactic, The English Game), Sara Powell (Unforgotten, Damned), Annabel Scholey (The Split, Britannia), Gerald Kyd (Cold Feet, Britannia) and Penelope Ann McGhie (The Crown, Harry Potter).

The trailer also includes a preview of returning monsters – Sontarans, Weeping Angels, Cybermen, and the Ood, as well as a range of new monsters, one of whom is named Karvanista.

The new season of Doctor Who airs on BBC One, BBC America and BBC iPlayer starting on October 31,  with further casting to be announced.

 “I can’t wait for the audience to come on the Flux ride with us,” said Matt Strevens, EP. “It’s our biggest adventure yet, with so many brilliant new characters to fall in love with. We had a blast making it.”

Doctor Who is a BBC Studios production for BBC One and a BBC America co-production. BBC Studios are the international distributors for Doctor Who

Must Read Stories

Sequel Picking Off $47M Weekend After $4.9M Thursday; Jamie Lee Curtis Q&A, ‘Hero Nation’ Podcast & More

Mel Gibson To Star In Action Thriller ‘Hot Seat’ Alongside Chad Michael Murray

IATSE Tells Members “Assume There Will Be A Strike” As Monday Deadline Looms; UK Broadcasting Union Lends Support

Netflix Fires Staffer Over ‘The Closer’ Leak; Hannah Gadsby Rips Ted Sarandos For Defending Comic & Special

Read More About:

Source: Read Full Article