Jodie, 36, will conclude her debut season as the iconic Time Lord, Doctor Who, tonight as she faces an alien threat back on Earth.
The special episode is the first New Year episode of the BBC sci-fi series to air since the show was rebooted back in 2005.
However, the New Year special replaces the Christmas Day special to coincide with the fact this will be the only episode to air in 2019, with Jodie’s second season due to broadcast in early 2020.
Viewers will not be disappointed however, as the Doctor and her companions have teased what fans of the show can expect.
It’s probably the biggest action-packed [episode]
The stars of the show including Ryan Sinclair actor Tosin Cole, 26, Yaz Khan actress Mandip Gill, 31, and Bradley Walsh, 58, who plays Graham O’Brien, joined Jodie in the short teaser which was released on the shows official Twitter page.
Jodie says: “I just want an audience to sit down and have a good time, and to be interested and to be continually unable to look away.”
Teasing the action-packed episode, Tosin added: “We’ve got heavy action sequences, it’s very epic, probably the biggest action-packed [episode] maybe throughout the whole series.”
Mandip teased: “There’s a massive like car chases, explosions. It’s like a race against time."
Concluding the teaser, Bradley commented: “There are some interlocking things in the show that they’ll go, oh