The Doctor is back in just less than a month!
The hotly-anticipated twelfth season of the show will kick off on BBC One with an action-packed two-part special episode, named Spyfall.
The two-parter on January 1 is called Spyfall, with Jodie Whittaker reprising her role as the Time Lord for her second series.
AMERICA also released today the official global trailer for Jodie Whittaker's second season as the Doctor, which introduces terrifying new monsters alongside the return of some familiar but not-so-friendly faces. That's why we're so excited that BBC America finally announced on Monday that Doctor Who will return for Season 12 on New Year's Day at 8/7c.
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The network also announced that it has partnered with BBC Studios and Fathom Events to screen the premiere episode on over 600 cinema screens on January 5. Tosin Cole (as Ryan), Mandip Gill (as Yasmin) and Bradley Walsh (as Graham) also will be back, while this season's guest stars include Stephen Fry (Bones), Lenny Henry (Broadchurch), Goran Višnjić (Timeless) and English actor Robert Glenister. Tickets and a list of participating locations will be available beginning Friday, December 6 at the Fathom Events website. After teasing Whovians for far too long - with its latest offering being the season's first trailer a little over a week ago - fans now know they'll be getting a holiday episode after all.but it won't be a special.
"What better way to ring in a new decade than with our favorite Time Lord?" said Courtney Thomasma, BBC America's executive director.
Following the New Year's Day extravaganza, the 10-part series will return to its usual Sunday night timeslot.