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Doctor Who: Flux is coming at the end of October, and with its arrival comes a few familiar faces., as the trailer confirmed The Doctor would once again go head-to-head with one of the most terrifying enemies she’s faced, the Weeping Angels. The villains will be a part of Jodie Whittaker’s final season as The Doctor, and apparently, they spooky baddies will be a bit different than in the past.
Doctor Who executive producer Matt Strevens recently spoke about the return of the Weeping Angels and confirmed they won't play into expectations this time around. In an interview with the, Strevens said the Weeping Angels’ upcoming presence will be markedly “different," and described their involvement as such:
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“Sinister” is how I’d usually describe the Weeping Angels, though who knows how their story will be different this time around? One way to twist things around would be to make the Weeping Angels the “good guys” in Season 13, albeit likely through unintentional means. After all, Weeping Angels feed on various types of energy, so ifis some sort of energy, could the Angels be tricked or convinced into consuming it? Or maybe all of this is uneven speculation.
Doctor Who briefly featured a Weeping Angel in the 2021 special “Revolution of the Daleks,” though the scene wasn’t substantive enough to affect anything else that occurred. Current showrunner Chris Chibnall expressed excitement to use the Weeping Angels for Doctor Who: Flux and noted it’s been quite a while since the villains have been a meaningful part of the show.
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Who is behind the Time Lord's return?Unlike previous series, the new six-episode instalment will tell one serialised story, Doctor Who: Flux, rather than a series of standalone episodes. Because of this format change, fewer guest writers have been invited this time around.
Doctor Who: Flux will be unlike past modern seasons of Doctor Who in that it’ll be one giant serialized adventure. The season marks theas the Doctor, though her tenure will . After that, Russell T. Davies will for the series’ 60th anniversary and potentially more seasons after.
Fans can catch the premiere of Doctor Who: Flux on BBC America starting Sunday, October 31st. Here’s hoping the change of pace will be a positive final chapter for Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor and answer some of the major questions presented by Season 12.
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