Filming For ‘Doctor Who’ Series 10 To Begin In May | TV News
With the next series of Doctor Who not airing until 2017, everyone has been left wondering when the BBC crew will actually begin the production process. However, according to Radio Times, the show’s bosses have decided to start the cameras rolling in May this year for Steven Moffat‘s final series as showrunner.
It was announced last month that Moffat would hand over the TARDIS keys to Broadchurch creator and producer Chris Chibnall; who will officially take charge after series ten’s twelve episodes and a Christmas special. In other news, no developments regarding Jenna Coleman‘s replacement have begun; with inside sources stating auditions haven’t even started yet. Get a move on guys!
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