Jodie Whittaker's Doctor Who Will Premiere In October, On A New Night

'Doctor Who' Season 11 Premiere Date on BBC America — Jodie Whittaker

The show will also be broadcast on Sundays in the United Kingdom and the season premiere will start in the U.S.at the same time as the episode debuts in the United Kingdom on October 7. Finally, the BBC has come out with the season 11 premiere date for the U.S. and the United Kingdom, and happily, it's not too far away.

AMERICA's Doctor Who is blazing a global trail to match Jodie Whittaker's revolutionary first season as the Doctor.

The first episode has been named The Woman Who Fell to Earth, a reference to the unfortunate position Jodie's Doctor was left in after regenerating at the end of the 2017 Christmas special, Twice Upon A Time. This year marks a brand new era with a new Showrunner, a new Doctor, new friends and a whole host of new monsters - so it's only fitting that the new Time Lord will land in a new time zone on BBC One.

Jodie Whittaker is set to be the first female Doctor in Doctor Who history.

In an official statement, Chibnall advises Who viewers to "get...homework done, sort out your Monday clothes, then grab some special Sunday night popcorn, and settle down with all of the family for Sunday night adventures across space and time". It's an appropriate title given that in the latest Season 11 promo (and this GIF), Thirteen looks to be catching her breath after literally falling to the ground. The premiere will be timed to the United Kingdom broadcast, followed by a primetime encore in its new Sunday night time slot (which remains TBA).

"It's more than an honor to play the Doctor", Whittaker said in an interview. "New Doctor, new home!"

Are you excited about the new season of Doctor Who?

She'll be joined by a whole team of new companions, made up of Graham (played by "The Chase" presenter Bradley Walsh), Yasmin and Ryan (portrayed by newcomers Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole).

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