Want to know the Doctor Who season 11 premiere time? Well, look no further — we’ve got that within!
It was already revealed previously that the BBC drama series starring Jodie Whittaker would be airing on Sunday, October 7 on BBC One / BBC America, and that the premiere would be simulcast to go along with it. This isn’t something that the American branch does all the time, but they clearly understand the value of getting buzz around the premiere.
Now, we also know that this episode is going to air at 1:45 p.m. Eastern time, which coincides perfectly with when it is going to air overseas in Great Britain (6:45 p.m.). BBC America will re-air the episode again at 8:00 p.m. Eastern, just in case you are off doing other things throughout the day. It’s good for them to give viewers two different opportunities to check the show out throughout the day.
Let’s just hope that this episode is fun, exciting, and offers a wide array of twists and turns. We know that Whittaker is a great actress and someone with a tremendous amount of ability — we also know that new showrunner Chris Chibnall has a lot of ideas and creativity, and we certainly do think that he is going to deliver on much of what he set out to do. It seems as though there was a plan almost from the moment that Chibnall came on board — it’s risky, but if he does manage to pull it off it could prove to be a very exciting thing for Doctor Who and the future of the franchise as a whole.
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