Doctor Who plans to begin filming in the fall, with the goal of airing the next series in 2021. Speaking at the Gallifrey One fan convention, producer Tracy Simpson suggested filming begin on season 13 in September.
The September start date has not been officially set, the doctors expected to return in front of the cameras in the fall of 2020. This would mean that the next series will premiere next year, although again, not An exact broadcast date has been officially confirmed.
We are going to see some delay because of coronavirus:
Chris Chibnall has pushed for dramatic production value for Modern Doctor Who, but unfortunately that means the show is particularly vulnerable to outages, especially during a global epidemic. In a speech to the Royal Television Society in June, the director of BBC Wales confirmed that the program is currently unable to resume filming.
uAccording to Rhodri Talfan Davies, social distinctions made Doctor Who impossible. Manufacturing that employs masses of humans at any given time, freelancers, and stuff, I don’t think it can be done to the current standard in a socially distorted environment,” Rothery explained. There is no news as the current restrictions would be relaxed enough to recommend filming. Fans may have to wait longer after the Doctor Who Holiday special.
The expected release date of the Doctor Who season 13:
The first seasons of revival began in March or April, but once the Peter Capaldi era began, all bets were off. Whitaker’s most recent run, also known as Season 12, started on January 1, 2020, so don’t expect Season 13 to hit 2021 any sooner.
In the meantime, we know for a fact that Doctor Who will return in late 2020 for a special celebration called “Revolution of the Deluxes.”
The cast members of Doctor Who season 13:
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- Jodie Whittaker
- Bradley Walsh
- Tosin Cole
- Mandip Gill