PUBLISHED: 20:11, Sun, Mar 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 20:26, Sun, Mar 1, 2020
The season 12 Doctor Who finale started last week and starred female Doctor Jodie Whittaker. In the episode, she took on the notorious Cybermen and the life of a man called Brendan. Here is everything you need to know about where the BBC show will pick up from here.
The series has been leaving fans in awe since the 1960s so there is no reason to assume it will be ending any time soon.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall has just confirmed there will be a 13th season of the show with the Thirteenth Doctor leading the way.
When asked if he was leaving the show he told Radio Times: “It’s categorically untrue [that I’m leaving]. We’re already planning the next series after this series.”
There is also confirmation from Whittaker she will be hanging around for another series.
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Doctor Who: Will there be another series (Image: BBC)
Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker takes the lead role (Image: BBC)
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly the actress said: “I’m doing another season. That might be a massive exclusive that I’m not supposed to say, but it’s unhelpful for me to say [I don’t know] because it would be a massive lie.
“At some point, these shoes are going to be handed on, but it’s not yet. I’m clinging on tight.”
However, she may not be joined by the same cast members next time as there is news of Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Yaz (Mandeep Gill) leaving the series.
The Master actor Sacha Dhawan has also revealed he has not been asked back for another series, so fans will have to wait and see who will make up the new cast.
The Doctor and her companions suited up (Image: BBC)
Doctor Who: The greatest enemy (Image: BBC)