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Entertainment Doctor Who boss hints at bringing back the Timeless Child

14:12  14 december  2019
14:12  14 december  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall has hinted that the new episodes could revisit the Timeless Child mystery from the previous series. If The Doctor and her fam do delve deeper into the mystery of the Timeless Child , they will do it while keeping very busy in the upcoming episodes.

The Timeless Child … we see what’s hidden, even from yourself. The outcast, abandoned and unknown…” All pretty unsettling stuff, which New showrunner Chris Chibnall seems intent on harking back to the early days of Doctor Who , so maybe he’s minded to bring back one of the original


The mystery of the Timeless Child continues to loom large over Doctor Who.

The previous series introduced the term into the Whoniverse in 'The Ghost Monument', when the monstrous Remnant referred to it as something "hidden" even from The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker).

Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh are posing for a picture: Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall has hinted that the new episodes could revisit the Timeless Child mystery from the previous series.© BBC Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall has hinted that the new episodes could revisit the Timeless Child mystery from the previous series.

There were no more references throughout the rest of the series about what the Timeless Child actually is. Is it a weapon? Or could it be a name for The Doctor herself?

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Might the Timeless Child be the unearthly child , Susan, the Doctor 's granddaughter and first companion? She was a Gallifreyan teenager (and possible Time Lord herself) who traveled with the First Doctor , afterwards remaining The Batman Working Title Hints At Story Details. SR Originals.

The Remnants referred to the " Timeless Child " when drawing on the Thirteenth Doctor 's fears and history, on the planet Desolation. When the Remnants made the reference, the Doctor was stunned for a moment before she angrily told the Remnants to get out of her mind when they taunted her.

According to a recent interview in the Radio Times, Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall reckons the enigma of the Timeless Child is something worth thinking about in the new series.

Doctor Who series 12: Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill© BBC Doctor Who series 12: Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill "You know, these are always good questions to be asking," he teased.

If The Doctor and her fam do delve deeper into the mystery of the Timeless Child, they will do it while keeping very busy in the upcoming episodes.

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DOCTOR WHO season 11 has gotten off to a fantastic start, with Jodie Whittaker’s first outing as the The Master made reference to her childhood way back in The Magician’s Apprentice But could the Timeless Child actually be the biggest hint fans will get that the Doctor ’s childhood will be explored

The trailer for Doctor Who season 12 teases Cybermen, Judoon and a Racnoss, but it may also hint at a progression of the Timeless Child story. Related: Doctor Who Has Rewritten The Cybermen Origin 4 Times. Although there's no explicit reference to the Timeless Child in Doctor Who 's season

Jodie Whittaker posing for the camera: Doctor Who, Series 12, Jodie Whitaker© BBC Doctor Who, Series 12, Jodie Whitaker "With recurring monsters from previous seasons, we've got the Judoon, we've got Cybermen," Jodie Whittaker has told Digital Spy. "And having worked with the Daleks in the last season, it just feels like, you know, this is exciting, to bring our stamp onto those monsters from previous seasons. Classic monsters."

Showrunner Chris Chibnall also insisted the Daleks won't feature in series 12, though we'd take his words with a grain of salt since the pepperpots were recently filmed on set.

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