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This year's Doctor Who festive special episode is getting closer. Revolution of the Daleks premieres on New Years Day 2021 and, as the press release for the show itself will tell you, will see a host of exciting guest artists including John Barrowman MBE reprising his role as Captain Jack Harkness alongside Chris Noth who will be back as the disgraced Jack Robertson. Chris Noth previously appeared in the series 11 episode Arachnids in the UK and it’s safe to say the Doctor and all those involved were less than impressed by his questionable actions. However viewers will have to wait and see just what brings him back this time.

Also appearing in Revolution of the Daleks is star of the stage and screen Dame Harriet Walter who will be making her Doctor Who debut for the Festive Special alongside television star Nathan Stewart-Jarrett who has recently appeared in The Trial of Christine Keeler.

Viewers last saw the Thirteenth Doctor at the end of series 12 where her fate was left hanging in the balance as she was locked away in a high-security alien prison with no hope of escape. In the upcoming Festive Special, Yaz, Ryan and Graham are far away on Earth and having to carry on with their lives without her. However they soon discover a disturbing plan forming. A plan which involves a Dalek. How can you fight a Dalek without the Doctor? Even with Captain Jack’s help, the gang are set to face one of their biggest and most frightening challenges yet…

Revolution of the Daleks will also be the end of the road for ‘the fam’ as Bradley Walsh (Graham) and Tosin Cole (Ryan) depart the show. Both joined the show back in 2017 and have starred in series 11, 12 and the previous special Resolution. With the Daleks back, the Doctor locked away and the stakes higher than ever prepare to say some emotional goodbyes.

If the Revolution of the Daleks trailer whet your appetite and left you wanting more, then check out this plethora of promotional images for the episode...

Revolution of the Daleks” premieres Friday January 1st 2021 at 6.45pm on BBC One.

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