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There isn’t much longer to wait now that the BBC has announced when Jodie Whittaker’s farewell Doctor Who episode will air on the network.
Since 2017, Whittaker has portrayed the thirteenth iteration of the Time Lord; after her final episode, Ncuti Gatwa will take over.
Chris Chibnall, who oversaw the show’s 2005 rebirth, is reportedly expected to quit the project and be replaced by Russell T Davies.
Whittaker’s tenure on the program will be concluded by a full-length centennial special called The Power Of The Doctor.
Her final battle. Her deadliest enemies 🔥
— Doctor Who: The Power of the Doctor 🔥 (@bbcdoctorwho) October 8, 2022
The Master, the Daleks, and the Cybermen are some of the enemies she faces as she fights for her life, as shown in the teaser.
Deciphering who is attacking a speeding bullet train in a far-off galaxy, figuring out why seismologists are going missing on 21st-century Earth, and figuring out why some of history’s most famous paintings are being vandalized are some of the other problems that will be addressed.
It’s also anticipated that two prior companions of the Doctor from earlier times will appear.
Tegan Jovanka, the fourth and fifth Doctors’ traveling companion, will be played once more by Janet Fielding, while Ace, the seventh Doctor’s traveling companion, will be played once more by Sophie Aldred.
The Release Date for “Doctor Who: the Power of the Doctor”
On Sunday, October 23, at an unspecified hour, BBC One will screen Jodie Whittaker‘s final episode as the Doctor.
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Additionally, BBC iPlayer users will be able to view it there.