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Doctor Who’s 14th series will be shorter than usual

OHMYGOSSIP — The new series of ‘Doctor Who’ will be shorter than usual.
The BBC sci-fi show’s 14th series will feature ‘Sex Education’ actor Ncuti Gatwa as the titular Time Lord and former ‘Coronation Street’ actress Millie Gibson as his companion, and while most series have consisted of between 10 and 13 episodes, the show’s 14th outing will have just eight, plus a Christmas special.
Showrunner Russell T Davies told Doctor Who Magazine: “The Fifteenth Doctor’s first full season will be eight episodes long, with a Christmas special, making it nine episodes every year, and when I say Christmas, that’s my generic term for festive/end-of-year/holiday or New Year, you’ll have to wait and see. OK, that’s fewer episodes than the last full season. But give us time. We have plans, and that’s a promise.”
The ‘Queer as Folk’ creator admitted that while the sci-fi show – which last aired a full series in 2021, and a string of specials earlier this year – is set to return to the BBC this year for a Christmas edition starring former Doctor David Tennant and Catherine Tate as his series four companion Donna Noble, he has already started work on the 2024 special, and promised there will be no more gaps between series.
He added: “For the first time ever, I’m writing a Christmas Special … at Christmas! And this isn’t for next year, no, the 2023 script has been long since signed-off.
“The new one is for end-of-year 2024! It takes a while to get the empire in shape, but that’s a serious plan: annual ‘Doctor Who’, no gap years, lots of content, on and on.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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