Friday, 1 January 2021

New Year's Day of the Daleks



Happy New Year! This is your polite reminder Doctor Who is back for a very emotional New Year's Day special.

The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) is in jail as Yasmin Khan (Mandip Gill), Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) and Graham O'Brien (Bradley Walsh) battle the Daleks alongside Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman).

The defence drones, commissioned by the Prime Minister (Harriet Walter), look like the Reconnaissance Dalek from Resolution. Please announce an action figure, before my birthday later this month, Character Options.



"It’s very emotional. I think we’ve all been in tears watching it," executive producer Chris Chibnall said of Revolution of the Daleks.

"It’s a really important mix of a special, where you get lots of thrills, lots of spills, lots of humour, lots of Dalek and lots of emotion.”

"It’s hard, but we don’t shy away from what it means for this family to have its final moments together and it’s emotional off-screen," he added.

Alongside John Barrowman returning as Captain Jack Harkness, Chris Noth (Sex and the City) reprises his role as a disgraced hotelier, Jack Robertson.

Revolution of the Daleks is on BBC One and BBC America. The special will be available to stream in 4K UHD on BBC iPlayer. Stay tuned for Nick Smith's review soon.

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