‘Doctor Who Season 13’: Is Doctor Going To Die? Know more in this article.

‘Doctor Who’ recently came back for a season 12. It has started well, with a huge reveal. With no doubt, the audience wants more. Here’s what we know about the next series of Doctor Who.

The writers include Chris Chibnall , Vinay Patel, Pete McTighe, and Maxine Alderton. 

Head writer and executive producer, Chris stated: “It’s like a step up. It probably is more ambitious than it was last year: scale, all. I’d say we’re expecting to continue moving forward and up. This year there are bigger moments. ‘

Is there any news about the release date yet?

As of now, there is no news about the release date. We hope we can see the next installment by early 2021. Looking at the response of Season 12 so far, we expect that it will be released soon.

Is Doctor Going To Die?

We will see Jodie Whittaker as ‘Doctor’ in the next season. She stated “This isn’t the last season I’ll play the Doctor.” With this, we hope she gives her comeback in the next installment.

(Huge sigh of relief! The Doctor is not dying).

What Jodie Whittaker has to say about Doctor Who..

Jodie said: “I feel really proud and I feel quite emotional about the whole thing because I feel finally we can talk about it…”

“‘It’s out there, and we can have this series that we can be, and I feel really proud of.’”

“It doesn’t seem we are regurgitating anything we’ve done before,” said Jodie Whittaker.

Cast of Doctor Who Season 13

For sure, Jodie Whittaker as ‘Doctor’. 

But, we are not sure about Graham (Bradley Walsh), Ryan (Tosin Cole), and Yaz (Mandeep Gill) though.

There may or may not be few additions to the cast. We may see the same team back too.

Latest news about Doctor Who

There seemed to be a lot of complaints about the latest Doctor Who episode. It was about ‘Can You Hear Me?’, which came out on Sunday, February 9.

Graham (Bradley Walsh) tells about him being worried that his cancer may return. But the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) admits she was too “socially awkward” to give a comforting response. The audience felt that this was inconsiderate.

In response to this BBC replied through Radio Times.  “We never set out to upset our viewers with what we show and this episode tackled some sensitive themes.”

They said, “The episode used dreams and nightmares to explore the inner lives of the companions.”

“Thanks to Zellin’s nightmare powers, Ryan, Yaz, and Graham were forced to confront their worst fears, many of which relate to the way traveling with the Doctor has changed their lives.”

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