The Doctor is back! Fans are convinced that the 13th series of Doctor Who will introduce a new companion, with some speculating it could be Jodie Whittaker.
The dr who season 13 is a theory that fans of the series have been convinced about. This character has not been seen since the end of season 10 and there has been no mention of them returning.
Jodie Whittaker will leave Doctor Who after the 13th season (Picture: )
Following the publication of the new teaser, Doctor Who fans believe a particular villain is set to return to the popular sci-fi.
The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Yaz (Mandip Gill), Dan (John Bishop), and Vinder (Jacob Anderson) will join forces for the ‘battle of their lives’ in Series 13, dubbed Doctor Who: Flux.
Fans believe the Doctor’s old adversary, The Master (most recently portrayed by Sacha Dhawan), is going to return for one very simple reason, in addition to taking on the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, and Ravagers.
It all stems from a query sent to the Doctor Who cast in July, when the first teaser was published.
When asked to describe Series 13 in one word, Chris Chibnall confused everyone by replying, “Swarm.”
Some fans believed Chibnall was alluding to The Swarm, a sentient virus that first emerged in Classic Who’s season 15 episode The Invisible Enemy.
So Sontaran, Weeping Angel, Ravagers, and Master were Chibnall’s SWARM hints, right? I’m excited for this season! #DoctorWho
October 9, 2021 — Samuel Minton (@SamuelMinton)
Souterrains, crying angels, ravagers… #DoctorWho M..master?
— Archie Muir (@archiemuirr) on October 9, 2021
The #DoctorWho teaser suggests that â€the Swarmâ€ may be a time-traveling coalition that includes the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, and Ravages.
It would be funny if Chibnall based a whole season around a fifteen-minute idea from â€The Pandorica Opens.â€
Darren Mooney (@Darren Mooney) on the 9th of October, 2021
W eeping S ontarans M aster A ngels R avages A ngels R avages A ngels R avages
— DoinkaSCARE KlomBOObatch ‘» DoinkaSCARE KlomBOObatch ‘» DoinkaSCARE KlomBOObatch 9 October 2021 (@Doinkadect)
However, several people have observed a trend, with each verified monster’s first initial spelling out the acronym Swarm.
If we assume that Sontarans, Weeping Angels, and Ravagers cover the first four letters, just the M remains a mystery — and we all know who might fill that position.
We wouldn’t be shocked if Sacha made a cameo as The Master this season – after all, his debut in series 12 episode Spyfall was mostly kept under wraps until the program aired.
If the idea is correct, people are also curious as to how we’ll see the creatures this time.
While some have suggested that the acronym order would be the order in which we encounter them, others have speculated that they will form an alliance with other ‘enemy from throughout the cosmos.’
In Series 12, Sacha Dhawan makes an unexpected cameo (Picture: )
Of course, this isn’t the first time legendary creatures have banded together to attack the Doctor, with one of the most well-known episodes, The Pandorica Opens, including the Daleks, Cybermen, and Judoon among others that banded together.
It’s just a matter of time…
The 13th Doctor recorded an emergency call, and fans were finally given a release date and a fresh teaser for Series 13 lately.
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‘Can you hear what I’m saying?’ she explains. ‘Pay attention, we don’t have much time.’
‘The Flux is on its way. It’s bringing the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, Ravagers, and other foes from throughout the cosmos with it. This is a life-or-death struggle for us.’
On October 31, Doctor Who returns to BBC One.
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