Doctor Who Season 12 Premiere Will Hit Theaters This January
The Doctor’s next adventure is so big, it can’t be contained to television. Fathom Events has announced that it’s bringing Doctor Who to theaters. Fans will be able to see the two-part premiere of Season 12 on the big-screen on January 5, 2020. This will coincide with the second part of the season premiere, which debuts on BBC during that weekend. The first episode will hit on January 1 as a New Year’s Day special.
Fans that attend the movie event will get to see both episodes in their entirety. Additionally, there will also be a special Q & A broadcast from The Paley Center in New York with the Doctor herself, Jodie Whittaker. Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill will also be on hand to answer questions from fans.
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Tickets for the event will go live on December 6. For more info, check the official event page.
The season 12 trailer, posted below, shows the Doctor going up against what she calls a “big, serious crisis.” But her loyal companions are still by her side and ready to face the unknown.
Following the season premiere in early January, the remainder of Doctor Who season 12 will air sometime in late 2020 on both BBC and BBC America.
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