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It's Flux season on Doctor Who, as the BBC sci-fi series just released its first trailer for the upcoming season 13, which came with a confirmed premiere date.
In the short clip, which aired on BBC One ahead of tonight's (October 9) Strictly Come Dancing episode, Jodie Whittaker's Doctor is talking directly to the viewer, warning them about an approaching threat.
"Can you hear me? Listen carefully, we don't have much time," she says as the connection is already breaking up. "The Flux is coming. It's bringing with it the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, creatures known as the Ravagers and enemies from across the Universe.
"This is the fight of our lives," continues the Doctor as behind her, Yasmin Khan (played by Mandip Gill) and new companion Dan Lewis (John Bishop) are hard at work piloting the TARDIS.
"Doctor, we need you," are the first words we hear from Bishop's character, while Yaz is also struggling, saying: "I can’t hold it much longer, Doctor."
"It's coming. Be ready," the Doctor warns us before the transmission ends.
Alongside the trailer, the show's official channels also confirmed when we can expect to see the new series premiere: Sunday, October 31.
"The Doctor returns for her biggest adventure yet," the BBC confirmed on Twitter, sharing that the title for this new limited six-episode run will be Doctor Who: Flux.
— Doctor Who: Flux (@bbcdoctorwho) October 9, 2021
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