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Doctor Who wraps up Season 14 filming

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Doctor Who showrunner Russell T. Davies has confirmed that the long-running British sci-fi adventure show has finished filming. Season 14 will mark the beginning of another new Doctor, this time portrayed by Rowandan-Scottish actor Ncuti Gatwa.

The news was confirmed on Instagram on Friday.

Much like previous seasons, the 15th Doctor isn’t going through time and space alone. He’ll be joined by Ruby Sunday, played by Coronation Street’s Millie Gibson. We’ll also see some familiar faces like Jemma Redgrave and Bonnie Langford stepping back into their respective roles.

The show is running on a shorter season than usual, though we don’t have a concrete number just yet. Following late last year’s deal between Disney Branded Television and BBC, it will also mark the first season that’ll stream on Disney+ as a way to reach an international audience past the widespread fanbase that it’s fostered for well over a decade.

This next season will debut sometime in 2024, but if that seems too far away, BBC has you covered with a 60th-anniversary special starring 14th Doctor David Tennant alongside Cathrine Tate stepping back into the Donna Noble role in November. We’ll also see Gatwa in action during the 2023 Christmas Special.

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