Check out the two Doctor Who 1207 trailers. In the story titled “Can You Hear Me?” something is stalking the Doctor and her friends.
The adventures of the first(?) female Doctor continue…
In the second trailer we are told there are only two episodes left before the two part finale episode. That last bit is news, if not unexpected.
Will we have our questions answered about the Timeless Child? Plus how does the ‘Ruth’ Doctor fit in?
The Masters discovery was obviously profound. What was the lie told by Founding Fathers of Gallifrey? Who really are The Master and The Doctor?
Doctor Who 1207 Trailers
Doctor Who Series 12 Episode 7 of 10
Episode Seven: “Can You Hear Me?” airs Sunday February 9th, 2020
From ancient Syria to present-day Sheffield and out into the wilds of space, something is stalking the Doctor and her friends…
As Graham, Yaz and Ryan return home to see friends and family, they find themselves haunted by very different experiences. Who is the figure calling from beyond the stars for help, and why? And what are the fearsome Chagaskas terrorising Aleppo in 1380?
To find the answers, Team TARDIS must embark on a mission which forces them to face their darkest fears.
Guest starring Clare-Hope Ashitey, Ian Gelder, Buom Tihngang, Aruhan Galieva, Nasreen Hussain and Bhavnisha Parmar.
The Doctor… Jodie Whittaker
Graham O’Brien… Bradley Walsh
Yasmin Khan… Mandip Gill
Ryan Sinclair… Tosin Cole
Rakaya… Clare-Hope Ashitey
Zellin… Ian Gelder
Tibo… Buom Tihngang
Tahira… Aruhan Galieva
Anita Patel… Nasreen Hussain
Sonya Khan… Bhavnisha Parmar
Writers… Charlene James and Chris Chibnall
Director… Emma Sullivan
Executive Producer… Chris Chibnall
New to Doctor Who, Charlene James has previously written for the television show A Discovery Of Witches as well the award-winning theatre play, Cuttin’ It.
Also making her debut in 2020 and joining ‘the fam’ is director Emma Sullivan. When she graduated from the National Film and Television School Emma was named one of Screen International’s Stars of Tomorrow. Her short film, After Tomorrow, was also nominated for a Palme d’Or at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. Also it won Best Short Film at the Edinburgh Film Festival in 2009. She has also directed for the critically acclaimed dramas Call The Midwife and Silent Witness.