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Australian broadcast times now confirmed for DOCTOR WHO: FLUX

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The ABC now confirmed officially confirmed the highly anticipated, upcoming season eleven of Doctor Who will be fast-tracked, same-day as the UK.

Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill, John Bishop and Jacob Anderson star in an epic six-part adventure which will take the Doctor and her friends to the edge of the universe and beyond, in a battle for survival.

Packed with action, humour, terrifying new villains and iconic returning monsters such as the Sontarans and the Weeping Angels, the new series of Doctor Who tells one story across a vast canvas.

The new season will feature a host of acclaimed British acting talent including Rochenda Sandall, Annabel Scholey, Craig Parkinson, Kevin McNally, Sam Spruell, Robert Bathurst, Steve Oram and Thaddea Graham.

Discussing the new season , Jodie Whittaker said:

Obviously for Whovians (the story) has played out in many different ways over the years, and I think it for us it was great to have had the experience of both.

It was definitely the right decision for us to start series eleven, my first series, in a way that was a jumping off point for anyone that hadn’t watched it before.

And this series certainly doesn’t exclude people that haven’t seen it but it gives reason to go back and rediscover, it also has those brilliant cliff hanger moments and that, as actors and for the characters, it gives lots of different layers you can bring to it. You don’t want to play the end note in the first episode because you know you’ve got this journey to go with a particular beat or particular emotion.

Even with the serialisation it’s still very episodic and each episode has its world that is different from the rest. There may be characters you see again but you certainly feel like you are taken through many different worlds and times like you would in our previous seasons.

From Liverpool to the depths of space, via the Crimean war and a planet named Atropos which shouldn’t even exist, fighting old foes and new creatures from beyond our dimension, the Doctor and company face a race against (and through!) time to uncover a universe-spanning mystery: what is the Flux?

Doctor Who Flux will be available to stream from Monday November 1 at 6:20am AEDT on ABC iview with new episodes added weekly.

Episode one of Doctor Who Flux will be broadcast on ABC TV Plus on Monday November 1 at 7:30pm.

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The ABC now confirmed officially confirmed the highly anticipated, upcoming season eleven of Doctor Who will be fast-tracked, same-day as the UK.

Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill, John Bishop and Jacob Anderson star in an epic six-part adventure which will take the Doctor and her friends to the edge of the universe and beyond, in a battle for survival.

Packed with action, humour, terrifying new villains and iconic returning monsters such as the Sontarans and the Weeping Angels, the new series of Doctor Who tells one story across a vast canvas.

The new season will feature a host of acclaimed British acting talent including Rochenda Sandall, Annabel Scholey, Craig Parkinson, Kevin McNally, Sam Spruell, Robert Bathurst, Steve Oram and Thaddea Graham.

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Discussing the new season , Jodie Whittaker said:

Obviously for Whovians (the story) has played out in many different ways over the years, and I think it for us it was great to have had the experience of both.

It was definitely the right decision for us to start series eleven, my first series, in a way that was a jumping off point for anyone that hadn’t watched it before.

And this series certainly doesn’t exclude people that haven’t seen it but it gives reason to go back and rediscover, it also has those brilliant cliff hanger moments and that, as actors and for the characters, it gives lots of different layers you can bring to it. You don’t want to play the end note in the first episode because you know you’ve got this journey to go with a particular beat or particular emotion.

Even with the serialisation it’s still very episodic and each episode has its world that is different from the rest. There may be characters you see again but you certainly feel like you are taken through many different worlds and times like you would in our previous seasons.

From Liverpool to the depths of space, via the Crimean war and a planet named Atropos which shouldn’t even exist, fighting old foes and new creatures from beyond our dimension, the Doctor and company face a race against (and through!) time to uncover a universe-spanning mystery: what is the Flux?

Doctor Who Flux will be available to stream from Monday November 1 at 6:20am AEDT on ABC iview with new episodes added weekly.

Episode one of Doctor Who Flux will be broadcast on ABC TV Plus on Monday November 1 at 7:30pm.

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  1. And all subsequent episodes of Dr.Who Flux will be broadcast on Australian ABC-TV Plus on Monday night 7.30pm AESST?? Please confirm..

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