The fourteenth season of the wildly popular British sci-fi series Doctor Who has finally wrapped up filming, as it was confirmed by its showrunner Russell T Davies via an Instagram post. Doctor Who Season 14 will see the Sex Education famed actor Ncuti Gatwa taking on the role of the famous Doctor, and alongside him, we will also be introduced to his new companion Ruby Sunday (played by Millie Gibson).
The filming for Season 14 of Doctor Who began production in December last year in the UK, and it took the creators six months to finish filming for a new season and a new Doctor. Season 14 will have a slightly shorter episode count, but it is shaping up to be one of the most exciting Doctor Who seasons, after Jodie Whittaker‘s departure from the character.
Before Gatwa takes on the iconic role, the fans are getting a huge gift from the creators for the 60th anniversary of the long-running series. The fans will get to see the (arguably) the most popular Doctor Who actor once again taking on the role for three Specials, which are set to release later this year. David Tennant will be reprising his role as the Doctor, and as a bonus, we will also get to see fan-favorite Doctor Who companion Donna Noble (played by Catherine Tate).
You can see the three Doctor Who specials and every upcoming new episode on Disney+ in the United States and on BBC One in the UK, because of an ongoing deal between the two companies. You can check out the post by Davies below: