The beloved BBC sci-fi show still feels a little way off but we all are concerned in every way about Doctor Who Season 13, aren’t we? Why won’t we as the Doctor’s time travelling adventures have always managed to delight us over the years with the brilliant guidance of Russell T. Davies and Christopher Eccleston. The current custodian of the TARDIS is Jodie Whittaker who has witnessed foes turning old and new alike during her journey across space as well as time.
We haven’t got an insight into the next developments of Doctor Who since the recent Christmas special that dropped in 2019. Undoubtedly, questions have arisen in the minds of the audience regarding the show’s return and additionally in which companies will Jodie Whittaker join. In addition to that, we are also looking forward to the aliens and enemies she is most likely to face in the next Doctor Who development. And here’s everything we know so far about the 13th season.
The filming of the upcoming season began in November 2020 and was expected to fairly last for ten months. According to rumors around the show’s release date, it has been most certain that the latest season of Doctor Who is scheduled to drop this year. However, there isn’t any mention of the starting date. On the contrary, you shouldn’t really expect any new adventures in space and time until the year ends owing to the return of the highly-anticipated series.
Though there’s bad news associated with this return. The upcoming season is known to be home to shorter episodes than normal. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Doctor Who Season 13 equally which was initially planned for an 11 episode run. The filming was then delayed and the final masterpiece was divided into just eight episodes at the end.