Check out the Doctor Who 1206 Next Time trailer. The story is titled “Praxeus” with mysterious events across 21st century planet Earth.

The adventures of the first(?) female Doctor continue… with an episode that sounds a bit like the double episode story at the start of Series 12.

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Teaser trailer

Trailer from BBC America (and you can see must more in this than the shaky camera BBC UK version!)

Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 6 of 10

Episode six: “Praxeus” airs Sunday February 2nd, 2020
8pm on BBC America and 7:10pm on BBC One in the UK.

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The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) in DW1206 ©2020 BBC Studios, BBC America, photo by Ben Blackall

What connects a missing astronaut, birds behaving strangely in Peru, and a US naval officer who washes up on a Madagascan beach? The Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham split up to investigate mysterious events across 21st century planet Earth. As the mystery deepens, and lives are put at risk, the TARDIS team face a deadly race against time to save humanity.

Action-adventure for all the family. Guest starring Warren Brown, Matthew McNulty, and Molly Harris.

Cast

The Doctor… Jodie Whittaker
Graham O’Brien… Bradley Walsh
Yasmin Khan… Mandip Gill
Ryan Sinclair… Tosin Cole
Jake Willis… Warren Brown
Adam Lang… Matthew McNulty
Suki Cheng… Molly Harris
Aramu… Thapelo Maropefela
Zach Lawson… Tristan de Beer
Gabriela Castillo… Joana Borja
Jamila Velez… Gabriela Toloi
Joyce… Soo Drouet

Doctor Who, 12:06 - Thapelo Maropefela and Molly Harris
Aramu (Thapelo Maropefela) and Suki Cheng (Molly Harris) in DW1206 ©2020 BBC Studios, BBC America, photo by Ben Blackall

Crew

Writers… Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall
Director… Jamie Stone
Executive Producer… Chris Chibnall

Notes

Pete McTighe is the originating writer of Wentworth, the female prison drama that screens worldwide on Netflix. He is currently Executive Producing and writing season two of A Discovery Of Witches for Sky/AMC/BadWolf. For Doctor Who he wrote a story about a space version of Amazon called “Kerblam!” (Season 11, Episode 7).

Jamie Magnus Stone is a film director and animator. He graduated from the National Film and Television School. Jamie created and directed the Bafta-nominated short Orbit Ever After. Other recent work includes Tripped and The Last Dragon Slayer.

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