Doctor Who Holiday Trailer Unleashes New Daleks

'Physician Who' Releases Trailer for Dalek-Filled New Year's Day Special

'Physician Who' Releases Trailer for Dalek-Filled New Year's Day Special

Doctor Who, as it has done for more than a decade now, is returning with a holiday special called "Revolution of the Daleks".

The Fab Four are no more. "The people like me on the screen come and go, but it's the people behind the scenes and the fans that will always be there keeping the Doctor Who world alive and exciting", he said.

"Revolution of the Daleks" will air on New Year's Day on BBC One. Walsh and Cole first appeared as Graham O'Brien and Ryan Sinclair in the eleventh season of Doctor Who, serving as the new companions along with Mandip Gill's Yaz to Jodie Whittaker's version of the Time Lord.

Titular star Jodie Whittaker also shared an emotional statement regarding Walsh and Cole's departure from the series. It doesn't mean I still won't miss the traditional Christmas specials, but "Revolution of the Daleks" looks like it may actually be worth the wait. "On a personal note, absolutely devasted!"

He added: "I hope it feels like a good send off to those two characters - no matter what happens to them". Brad couldn't cope with it at all!

Walsh continued, "Working in Wales with everyone on the crew".

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It's here: your first full look at the upcoming Doctor Who holiday special, "Revolution of the Daleks". "Tosin was like, 'I really can't cope with you getting this upset'".

The comedian and host of game show The Chase said he had "absolutely loved" being on the long-running sci-fi programme and would miss "everyone and everything" involved. "You have to respect them because they are so iconic". "Our times overseas, when we were in Spain, South Africa, I just loved it". It doesn't much help showrunner Chris Chibnall's case against the criticism that his era is too heavily inspired by Davies' run, but you know what, it's been a while since the Earth has been invaded, and this looks to be the kind of blockbuster action episode we need right now from Doctor Who.

It's already been confirmed that "Revolution of the Daleks" will feature the surprise return of John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, who will be lending an experienced helping hand to the Doctor's companions as they try to foil the Daleks' evil plan and save the Earth. Dame Harriet Walter (Killing Eve, Succession) will also be making her Doctor Who debut for the special, alongside television star Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (The Trial of Christine Keeler).

In a nod to his character's storyline in "The Parting of The Ways", he adds: "Being with The Doctor, you don't get to choose when it stops - whether you leave her, or she leaves you".

Captain Jack will be on hand to help "the fam" as they discover a disturbing plan forming involving one of the Doctor's most feared and unsafe enemies, the Daleks.

Even with the aid of Captain Jack, the Doctor and her friends are about to face one of their biggest and most frightening challenges yet.

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