While we'd seen Jodie Whittaker's Doctor in action at the end of the last season's finale and in her announcement trailer the first teaser for the next season gives us a look at the new companions friends she'll be traveling with. and some weird ghost shimmery stuff.
The 11th series of Dr Who will be shown on BBC 1 this autumn.
Jodie Whittaker was announced as the 13th Doctor Who during last year's Wimbledon final.
With San Diego Comic-Con on the horizon, and a Doctor Who panel planned for Thursday, July 19 at 11.45 a.m., fans should expect to get more information about the upcoming season, as well as a full trailer or more clips ahead of its premiere.
Better watch your breakfast when the new Doctor's around.
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The 40 second trailer showcased more of the companions Ryan (played by Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham, played by The Chase host Bradley Walsh. She is the first woman to take on the role of the Time Lord.
Still, this teaser is a breath of fresh air for Whovians, anxiously awaiting the new series-the first in 12 years without Steven Moffat pulling the strings. When I went to them and said, 'This is what I would do, ' I actually expected them to say, 'Ooh, let's talk about that.' But they said: 'Great!' I finally said yes because I love the show to my bones.
Doctor Who fans have only had a tiny glimpse of the Yorkshire-born actress when Peter Capaldi's incarnation regenerated into her.
After things around him start to shake, he looks back at his newspaper to find it has miraculously transformed into the 1981 Beano Summer Special. "I resisted it for a very long time, and [the BBC] really had to woo me".
Whittaker, Cole and Gill will all be appearing at a panel event on Thursday alongside new head writer Chris Chibnall and executive producer Matt Strevens.