The twelfth series of the British science fiction television program Doctor Who is set to premiere in early 2020, with filming for the series having commenced in January 2019. This series will be the 12th to air following the program’s revival in 2005 and will be the thirty-eighth season overall.
Doctor who is Sci-Fi BBC series available on hotstar whose season 12 is currently in production as Jodie Whittaker films her second series as the eponymous Time Lord. Currently, the show-runner is Chris Chibnall, who took over from Steven Moffat a couple of years ago.
As Doctor Who fans know full well, Russell T Davies was the man to bring back the show after a long hiatus. Speaking exclusively at a Years and Years press day, Russell explained he loves the show dearly, but has no plans to go back.
The 56-year old giggled: “They’re managing without me! I thought it would fall off the air, but it hasn’t happened. But it was 10 years ago when I was there. Can you imagine going back to a job you had 10 years ago? It would be odd, and they’d all say, ‘Who are you?” When asked if he would like to write for Jodie, Russell added: “That would be lovely. But I wrote 60 episodes of that and all those episodes of Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures.”
Well, this indicates that Russell is not going to come back.
Jodie Whittaker is also not going to be seen in season 12, nor will they add new cast members with more new plots?
We will see soon what is inside this new season of this hit show.