‘Doctor Who’ will return for the New Year’s Day special, ‘Resolution.’ The episode serves as a replacement for the traditional ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special. While not much has been revealed about the episode, it “promises to be one of the most dramatic episodes this series”.
A behind-the-scenes teaser was released featuring the cast of ‘Doctor Who’ hinting at what fans can expect from the special episode. The Doctor herself, Jodie Whittaker, said that fans would be “unable to look away”.
Bradley Walsh, who plays companion Graham, said:
“There’s some interlocking things in the show that they’ll go, ‘Oh wow, I didn’t see that coming’ And they’re going to love it.”
The teaser also featured Tosin Cole, who plays Ryan. Cole hints that the special would be an “action-packed epic,” saying:
“We’ve got heavy action sequences. It’s very epic. Probably the biggest action-packed maybe throughout the whole series.”
Mandip Gill (Yaz) echoes that sentiment, saying:
“There’s a massive car chase. There’s explosions. It’s like a race against time.”
Longtime Whovians got a pleasant surprise when the BBC released the trailer for ‘Resolution.’ The trailer featured the Doctor staring down at the control panel of the TARDIS, clearly upset. She then says:
“This is the DNA of the most dangerous creature in the universe.”
The clip then ends with a very familiar, mechanical sounding voice, yelling “Exterminate!” Thus, confirming the return of the Daleks, The Doctor’s sworn enemy.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall hinted at the scope of the special in an interview, saying:
“You want it to feel like a treat: a big, thrilling, explosive, moving, cheeky, surprising treat. Basically, you want the Special to be epic. And I promise it’s going to be epic.”
Don’t miss ‘Resolution’ which will air at 7 pm on New Year’s Day on BBC One and 8pm on BBC America. Check out the behind-the-scenes teaser below!
“As the new year begins, a terrifying evil from across the centuries of Earth’s history is stirring. As the Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz return home, will they be able to overcome the threat to planet Earth?”
Source: Express UK