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Doctor Who 2020 cast, next episode and spoilers from Series 12

Doctor Who series 12 cast, spoilers and number of episodes, how to watch online

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Doctor Who series 12 has arrived for 2020 - here's all you need to know.

The Thirteenth Doctor is in her TARDIS on her way back to BBC One for a thrilling 10 part series which first landed on New Year’s Day 2020.

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From the cast to when the next episode is, here's all you need to know about Series 12 of Doctor Who...

The BBC tease that the Thirteenth Doctor is "well and truly back with a bang" after opening the series with a blockbuster action packed two-part episode entitled Spyfall.

The BBC say: "Series twelve is set to be an epic action packed rollercoaster for everyone, just don’t stray too far from behind the sofa…"

Doctor Who 2020 air date and next episode

Doctor Who series 12 started on Wednesday, January 1 at 6:55PM on BBC One with the first of ten episodes.

The next episode - the final of the current series - airs tonight Sunday, March 1 at 6:50PM on BBC One.

You can watch episodes online as they air or catch up via the BBC iPlayer here or order the full series on DVD and Blu-Ray here.

Doctor Who 2020 cast

As Jodie Whittaker takes charge of the TARDIS once again, the Doctor will be joined by her friends Tosin Cole (Ryan), Mandip Gill (Yaz) and Bradley Walsh (Graham).

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Guest starring in the Doctor Who cast for episode 10 this week are Julie Graham as Ravio, Steve Toussaint as Feekat and Ian McElhinney as Ko Sharmus.

The twelfth series will also welcome a host of famous faces including Stephen Fry, Sir Lenny Henry CBE, Robert Glenister, Goran Višnjić, Anjli Mohindra, Laura Fraser and Neil Stuke.

Doctor Who spoilers

Series 12 concludes tonight, March 1, with its tenth episode, The Timeless Children.

A teaser reveals: "In the epic and emotional series finale, the Cybermen are on the march. As the last remaining humans are ruthlessly hunted down, Graham, Ryan and Yaz face a terrifying fight to survive.

"Civilisations fall. Others rise anew. Lies are exposed. Truths are revealed. Battles are fought.

"And for the Doctor - trapped and alone - nothing will ever be the same again."

The episode was written by Chris Chibnall and directed by Jamie Magnus Stone.

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Doctor Who airs Sunday nights on BBC One.

Watch episodes and catch up via the BBC iPlayer.

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