It’s finally here, Whovians! The first full trailer for the 10th season of ‘Doctor Who’ dropped on March 13, and it features a brand new companion, the return of Missy, and plenty of Daleks! Watch the first look at Peter Capaldi’s last season, here.
The 1oth season of Doctor Who looks TOTALLY EPIC! The first full-length trailer dropped on March 13, and it’s chock full of exciting info about what’s to come this year. First up, of course we have to talk about the Doc’s new companion! Bill, played by Pearl Mackie, is going to be picking up the slack after Clara’s memory was wiped in season 9 (which we’re still crying over) and it looks like Pearl is giving the Doctor a run for his money! We love seeing another strong, smart, passionate woman at his side and can’t wait to hear her story.
It also looks like River Song’s former helper Nardole (Matt Lucas) will be spending a lot of time with the Doc after being reassembled. We didn’t expect him to be a main player, but it seems like he might actually be sort of a co-companion to Bill!
Then there’s Missy, the Doctor’s ultimate foe played by Michelle Gomez! She’s back once again surely to wreak havoc on his life and the universe, though we only catch a glimpse of her in the trailer. If we know anything about Doctor Who, then we know that means a showdown is coming!
Of course, the season will also include the regular hodgepodge of monsters, aliens, ghosts and creatures, including emoji-robots, a giant eyeball, and (obviously) Daleks. Plus, we got a look at the crazy locations their journey will take them including Mars, the ancient pyramids, and colonial Britain (or America?) We can’t wait to see!
The 10th season will sadly be the last for both Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, and longtime showrunner Steven Moffat, which has fans very worried about the future of the show. So far there’s no word on who will replace Peter, but we’re sure we’ll find out soon, or at least during the 2017 Christmas special. Fingers crossed it’s someone awesome, because they’ve got big, shiny shoes to fill! Tune into the show on BBC America on April 15 at 9pm!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of the new trailer? Let us know!