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Disney+ Updates Fans On ‘Doctor Who’ Relaunch With New Teasers And Artwork

‘Doctor Who’ is coming back with new episodes on May 10, and for the first time, fans all around the world can watch them at the same time on Disney+ and BBC. There will be a two-episode premiere, exciting artwork, and a new trailer soon.

BBC and Disney+ recently shared new details about the launch of ‘Doctor Who’s upcoming season.

Doctor Who’s official Twitter page shared the artwork and updated the fans about the premiere date. The tweets read:

“Same time. Everywhere. Get ready for the global premiere of ‘Doctor Who’ on BBC iPlayer in the UK on 11th May and Disney+ on 10th May where available.”

According to Comicbookmovie.com, the new season will have a special two-episode premiere, and it will be available worldwide at the same time.

Check out the tweets below:

Details of the Relaunch

This BBC and Disney+ collab kicks off the ‘season 1’ for the Fifteenth Doctor. It will be the first season to launch simultaneously across the world.

Fans living in the US can watch the premiere on Disney+ at 7 p.m. ET on May 10. The episodes will also be available on the BBC iPlayer at 12 a.m. BST on May 11 for fans in the UK and will air on BBC One before the Eurovision Song Contest.

The show’s official webpage shared details about the upcoming season. Showrunner Russell T. Davies said the following in the announcement:

“At last, it’s my great delight to unleash a whole new season of the Doctor and Ruby’s adventures together. Monsters! Chases! Villains! Mysteries! And a terrifying secret that’s been spanning time and space for decades. Don’t miss a second!”

Guest stars will join the main cast this season, including Aneurin Barnard, Anita Dobson, Yasmin Finney, Michelle Greenidge, Jonathan Groff, Bonnie Langford, Genesis Lynea, Jemma Redgrave, Lenny Rush, Indira Varma, and Angela Wynter.

Doctor Who’s Twitter page also shared a short clip from a new trailer, which will be released on March 22. The video was also shared on YouTube. You can watch it below.

Millie Gibson’s Future As Ruby is Unclear

Millie Gibson’s recent comments caused some confusion about Ruby Sunday’s future on the show.

Her departure from ‘Doctor Who’ was announced earlier. However, she talked about Ruby’s look in ‘season two’ and expressed her excitement about upcoming episodes in an interview with Doctor Who Magazine:

“I think the sixties episode will blow people away. I think that’s my favorite, personally. It’s a really cool episode with cool costumes. Any of the era episodes are always pretty iconic, aren’t they? It’s good because it’s usually only the companions that get new costumes, but that season, the Doctor changes his outfit as well. I’m always blown away by the make-up team and the costume team; they’re so good. I love Ruby’s season two look as well. I’m so lucky.”

‘Doctor Who’ previously announced Varada Sethu as Gatwa’s new companion starting from Season 15. Production photos already showed the duo in action.

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