Filming for Doctor Who season 14 continues. As usual, BBC keeps most details about the series under tight wraps. But now we do know a little bit more about the next installment of the sci-fi series, thanks to Doctor Who Magazine.

The publication’s latest issue revealed a number of new stars attached to season 14: Bhav Joshi (Wedding Season), Eilidh Loan (Traces), Pete MacHale (The Feed), Miles Yekinni (The Lost Pirate Kingdom), and Hemi Yeroham (Mamma Mia!). They will join Ncuti Gatwa (The Doctor) and Millie Gibson (companion Ruby Sunday).

Unfortunately, while we do know these actors will appear in season 14, details about their characters and plots remain undisclosed. 

Other confirmed stars for the upcoming season include Aneurin Barnard, playing new character Roger ap Gwilliam, and Jack Forsyth-Noble, playing a character named Will. Jemma Redgrave will also reprise her role as Kate Lethbridge-Stewart.

Before Doctor Who heads into season 14, the show will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a series of specials. The anniversary specials will see David Tennant reprise his role as the Time Lord, and also bring back fan-favorite companion Donna (Catherine Tate).

In the US, the 60th anniversary specials and season 14 of Doctor Who will stream on Disney+. Previous seasons of the series are currently available on HBOMax.

Season 14 of Doctor Who doesn’t have an air date just yet, so check back to THS for more updates.

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