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Doctor Who: That first look at Ncuti Gatwa’s Doctor and Millie Gibson’s Ruby landing in the 60s, plus the arrival of Jinkx Monsoon!

It’s official, and in case you missed it, the TARDIS has landed in the 1960s!

This is already a crazy exciting Doctor Who year, with both the 60th Anniversary and the 15th Doctor on the horizon – so a full introduction of Ncuti Gatwa, plus his new travelling companion Ruby Sunday, played by Millie Gibson, isn’t too far away already.

Here’s a first look as they’ll be arriving in the swinging sixties, and filming is very much under way…

Also, if you hadn’t seen, the famous Jinkx Monsoon has landed and has also been filming for Doctor Who but who are they playing? All we have so far is this impressively dramatic first look, and that she’s the Doctor’s ‘most powerful enemy yet’ – new things ahead, with Russell T Davies having this to say:

“In a galaxy of comets and supernovas, here comes the biggest star of all. Jinkx Monsoon is on a collision course with the TARDIS, and Doctor Who will never be the same again!”

Doctor Who returns later this year, with specials in November and then hopefully a new episode before the year is out…


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