Saturday, 25 March 2017

Doctor Who Series 10 News: Three-Parter Confirmed!

 

Doctor Who Series 10 is confirmed to feature a three-part story, the first of its kind since the show's relaunch in 2005. Toby Whithouse revealed to Digital Spy that Episodes 6-8 will form a story that will take place over three consecutive episodes with a different writer tackling each episode.

Toby Whithouse who's written the concluding episode said: "Mine is the third part of a three-parter – Steven's done the first one, Peter Harness did the second and I've done the third."

"It's set in modern-day... and I think anything more than that and Steven will come round and kick me in the shin!"

This will be the first official three-part episode series for the show in decades - the last time that we saw the Doctor in a three-parter was in the 1989 classic Seventh Doctor epiode, 'Survival'. These episodes will see the introduction of 'The Monks', a new threat that is linked to previously spotted 'Truth' posters on set during filming in Cardiff. Quite how these are linked we are yet to know, but it won't be long until we find out!

The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), Bill (Pearl Mackie) and Nardole (Matt Lucas) will face 'The Monks' in the upcoming series, which will begin Saturday 15th April 2017. You can see the trailer for the series below:


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