https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Doctor_Who_episodes_(2005%E2%80%93present)

Dr Who Episodes 157 (2005) onwards

Series 1 (2005)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 1)

The 2005 series constitutes a loose story arc, dealing with the consequences of the Time War and the mysterious Bad Wolf.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

157

1

"Rose"

Keith Boak

Russell T Davies

26 March 2005

1.1

10.81

76

158

2

"The End of the World"

Euros Lyn

Russell T Davies

2 April 2005

1.2

7.97

76

159

3

"The Unquiet Dead"

Euros Lyn

Mark Gatiss

9 April 2005

1.3

8.86

80

160a

4

"Aliens of London"

Keith Boak

Russell T Davies

16 April 2005

1.4

7.63

82

160b

5

"World War Three"

Keith Boak

Russell T Davies

23 April 2005

1.5

7.98

81

161

6

"Dalek"

Joe Ahearne

Robert Shearman

30 April 2005

1.6

8.63

84

162

7

"The Long Game"

Brian Grant

Russell T Davies

7 May 2005

1.7

8.01

81

163

8

"Father's Day"

Joe Ahearne

Paul Cornell

14 May 2005

1.8

8.06

83

164a

9

"The Empty Child"

James Hawes

Steven Moffat

21 May 2005

1.9

7.11

84

164b

10

"The Doctor Dances"

James Hawes

Steven Moffat

28 May 2005

1.10

6.86

85

165

11

"Boom Town"

Joe Ahearne

Russell T Davies

4 June 2005

1.11

7.68

82

166a

12

"Bad Wolf"

Joe Ahearne

Russell T Davies

11 June 2005

1.12

6.81

86

166b

13

"The Parting of the Ways"

Joe Ahearne

Russell T Davies

18 June 2005

1.13

6.91

89

Tenth Doctor

The Tenth Doctor was portrayed by David Tennant, who was cast before the first series aired.[12]

Series 2 (2006)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 2)

The back-story for the spin-off series Torchwood is "seeded" in various episodes in the 2006 series. Each episode also has an accompanying online Tardisode.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special

167

"The Christmas Invasion"

James Hawes

Russell T Davies

25 December 2005

2X

9.84

84

Series

168

1

"New Earth"

James Hawes

Russell T Davies

15 April 2006

2.1

8.62

85

169

2

"Tooth and Claw"

Euros Lyn

Russell T Davies

22 April 2006

2.2

9.24

83

170

3

"School Reunion"

James Hawes

Toby Whithouse

29 April 2006

2.3

8.31

85

171

4

"The Girl in the Fireplace"

Euros Lyn

Steven Moffat

6 May 2006

2.4

7.90

84

172a

5

"Rise of the Cybermen"

Graeme Harper

Tom MacRae

13 May 2006

2.5

9.22

86

172b

6

"The Age of Steel"

Graeme Harper

Tom MacRae

20 May 2006

2.6

7.63

86

173

7

"The Idiot's Lantern"

Euros Lyn

Mark Gatiss

27 May 2006

2.7

6.76

84

174a

8

"The Impossible Planet"

James Strong

Matt Jones

3 June 2006

2.8

6.32

85

174b

9

"The Satan Pit"

James Strong

Matt Jones

10 June 2006

2.9

6.08

86

175

10

"Love & Monsters"

Dan Zeff

Russell T Davies

17 June 2006

2.10

6.66

76

176

11

"Fear Her"

Euros Lyn

Matthew Graham

24 June 2006

2.11

7.14

83

177a

12

"Army of Ghosts"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

1 July 2006

2.12

8.19

86

177b

13

"Doomsday"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

8 July 2006

2.13

8.22

89

Series 3 (2007)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 3)

This series introduces Martha Jones and deals with the Face of Boe's final message, the mysterious Mr. Saxon, and the Doctor dealing with the loss of Rose Tyler.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special

178

"The Runaway Bride"

Euros Lyn

Russell T Davies

25 December 2006

3X

9.35

84

Series

179

1

"Smith and Jones"

Charles Palmer

Russell T Davies

31 March 2007

3.1

8.71

88

180

2

"The Shakespeare Code"

Charles Palmer

Gareth Roberts

7 April 2007

3.2

7.23

87

181

3

"Gridlock"

Richard Clark

Russell T Davies

14 April 2007

3.3

8.41

85

182a

4

"Daleks in Manhattan"

James Strong

Helen Raynor

21 April 2007

3.4

6.69

86

182b

5

"Evolution of the Daleks"

James Strong

Helen Raynor

28 April 2007

3.5

6.97

85

183

6

"The Lazarus Experiment"

Richard Clark

Stephen Greenhorn

5 May 2007

3.6

7.19

86

184

7

"42"

Graeme Harper

Chris Chibnall

19 May 2007

3.7

7.41

85

185a

8

"Human Nature"

Charles Palmer

Paul Cornell

26 May 2007

3.8

7.74

86

185b

9

"The Family of Blood"

Charles Palmer

Paul Cornell

2 June 2007

3.9

7.21

86

186

10

"Blink"

Hettie MacDonald

Steven Moffat

9 June 2007

3.10

6.62

87

187a

11

"Utopia"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

16 June 2007

3.11

7.84

87

187b

12

"The Sound of Drums"

Colin Teague

Russell T Davies

23 June 2007

3.12

7.51

87

187c

13

"Last of the Time Lords"

Colin Teague

Russell T Davies

30 June 2007

3.13

8.61

88

Series 4 (2008)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 4)

This series explores the coincidences binding the Doctor and Donna together. There is also the loose story arc of the planets disappearing and bees also disappearing.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special

188

"Voyage of the Damned"

James Strong

Russell T Davies

25 December 2007

4X

13.31

86

Series

189

1

"Partners in Crime"

James Strong

Russell T Davies

5 April 2008

4.1

9.14

88

190

2

"The Fires of Pompeii"

Colin Teague

James Moran

12 April 2008

4.3

9.04

87

191

3

"Planet of the Ood"

Graeme Harper

Keith Temple

19 April 2008

4.2

7.50

87

192a

4

"The Sontaran Stratagem"

Douglas Mackinnon

Helen Raynor

26 April 2008

4.4

7.06

87

192b

5

"The Poison Sky"

Douglas Mackinnon

Helen Raynor

3 May 2008

4.5

6.53

88

193

6

"The Doctor's Daughter"

Alice Troughton

Stephen Greenhorn

10 May 2008

4.6

7.33

88

194

7

"The Unicorn and the Wasp"

Graeme Harper

Gareth Roberts

17 May 2008

4.7

8.41

86

195a

8

"Silence in the Library"

Euros Lyn

Steven Moffat

31 May 2008

4.9

6.27

89

195b

9

"Forest of the Dead"

Euros Lyn

Steven Moffat

7 June 2008

4.10

7.84

89

196

10

"Midnight"

Alice Troughton

Russell T Davies

14 June 2008

4.8

8.05

86

197

11

"Turn Left"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

21 June 2008

4.11

8.09

88

198a

12

"The Stolen Earth"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

28 June 2008

4.12

8.78

91

198b

13

"Journey's End"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies

5 July 2008

4.13

10.57

91

Specials (20082010)

Main article: Doctor Who (20082010 specials)

The specials focus on the "four knocks" and the death of the Tenth Doctor. From "Planet of the Dead", episodes were filmed in HD.[13]

No.
story

No.
special

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

199

1

"The Next Doctor"

Andy Goddard

Russell T Davies

25 December 2008

4.14

13.10

86

200

2

"Planet of the Dead"

James Strong

Russell T Davies & Gareth Roberts

11 April 2009

4.15

9.75

88

201

3

"The Waters of Mars"

Graeme Harper

Russell T Davies & Phil Ford

15 November 2009

4.16

10.32

88

202a

4

"The End of Time  Part One"

Euros Lyn

Russell T Davies

25 December 2009

4.17

12.04

87

202b

5

"The End of Time  Part Two"

Euros Lyn

Russell T Davies

1 January 2010

4.18

12.27

89

Eleventh Doctor

The Eleventh Doctor was portrayed by Matt Smith. Steven Moffat took over as showrunner from the fifth series.

Series 5 (2010)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 5)

This series deals with cracks spreading throughout time, the Pandorica and the Silence which is mentioned in various episodes.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

203

1

"The Eleventh Hour"

Adam Smith

Steven Moffat

3 April 2010

1.1

10.09

86

204

2

"The Beast Below"

Andrew Gunn

Steven Moffat

10 April 2010

1.2

8.42

86

205

3

"Victory of the Daleks"

Andrew Gunn

Mark Gatiss

17 April 2010

1.3

8.21

84

206a

4

"The Time of Angels"

Adam Smith

Steven Moffat

24 April 2010

1.4

8.59

87

206b

5

"Flesh and Stone"

Adam Smith

Steven Moffat

1 May 2010

1.5

8.50

86

207

6

"The Vampires of Venice"

Jonny Campbell

Toby Whithouse

8 May 2010

1.6

7.68

86

208

7

"Amy's Choice"

Catherine Morshead

Simon Nye

15 May 2010

1.7

7.55

84

209a

8

"The Hungry Earth"

Ashley Way

Chris Chibnall

22 May 2010

1.8

6.49

86

209b

9

"Cold Blood"

Ashley Way

Chris Chibnall

29 May 2010

1.9

7.49

85

210

10

"Vincent and the Doctor"

Jonny Campbell

Richard Curtis

5 June 2010

1.10

6.76

86

211

11

"The Lodger"

Catherine Morshead

Gareth Roberts

12 June 2010

1.11

6.44

87

212a

12

"The Pandorica Opens"

Toby Haynes

Steven Moffat

19 June 2010

1.12

7.57

88

212b

13

"The Big Bang"

Toby Haynes

Steven Moffat

26 June 2010

1.13

6.70

89

Series 6 (2011)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 6)

The series centres on River Song's relation to the Doctor, the Doctor's "death" and discovering what the Silence is. The original transmission of series 6 was split into two parts, with the first seven episodes airing April to June 2011 and the final six from late August to October 2011.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

Prod.
code

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special

213

"A Christmas Carol"

Toby Haynes

Steven Moffat

25 December 2010

2.X

12.11

83

Part 1

214a

1

"The Impossible Astronaut"

Toby Haynes

Steven Moffat

23 April 2011

2.1

8.86

88

214b

2

"Day of the Moon"

Toby Haynes

Steven Moffat

30 April 2011

2.2

7.30

87

215

3

"The Curse of the Black Spot"

Jeremy Webb

Stephen Thompson

7 May 2011

2.9

7.85

86

216

4

"The Doctor's Wife"

Richard Clark

Neil Gaiman

14 May 2011

2.3

7.97

87

217a

5

"The Rebel Flesh"

Julian Simpson

Matthew Graham

21 May 2011

2.5

7.35

85

217b

6

"The Almost People"

Julian Simpson

Matthew Graham

28 May 2011

2.6

6.72

86

218

7

"A Good Man Goes to War"

Peter Hoar

Steven Moffat

4 June 2011

2.7

7.51

88

Part 2

219

8

"Let's Kill Hitler"

Richard Senior

Steven Moffat

27 August 2011

2.8

8.10

85

220

9

"Night Terrors"

Richard Clark

Mark Gatiss

3 September 2011

2.4

7.07

86

221

10

"The Girl Who Waited"

Nick Hurran

Tom MacRae

10 September 2011

2.10

7.60

85

222

11

"The God Complex"

Nick Hurran

Toby Whithouse

17 September 2011

2.11

6.77

86

223

12

"Closing Time"

Steve Hughes

Gareth Roberts

24 September 2011

2.12

6.93

86

224

13

"The Wedding of River Song"

Jeremy Webb

Steven Moffat

1 October 2011

2.13

7.67

86

Series 7 (20122013)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 7)

Series 7 started with five episodes and a Christmas special in late 2012, followed by eight episodes in 2013. The series dealt with the exit of the Ponds, the Great Intelligence and the mystery of Clara Oswald, the impossible girl.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special (2011)

225

"The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe"

Farren Blackburn

Steven Moffat

25 December 2011

10.77

84

Part 1

226

1

"Asylum of the Daleks"

Nick Hurran

Steven Moffat

1 September 2012

8.33

89

227

2

"Dinosaurs on a Spaceship"

Saul Metzstein

Chris Chibnall

8 September 2012

7.57

87

228

3

"A Town Called Mercy"

Saul Metzstein

Toby Whithouse

15 September 2012

8.42

85

229

4

"The Power of Three"

Douglas Mackinnon

Chris Chibnall

22 September 2012

7.67

87

230

5

"The Angels Take Manhattan"

Nick Hurran

Steven Moffat

29 September 2012

7.82

88

Special (2012)

231

"The Snowmen"

Saul Metzstein

Steven Moffat

25 December 2012

9.87

87

Part 2

232

6

"The Bells of Saint John"

Colm McCarthy

Steven Moffat

30 March 2013

8.44

87

233

7

"The Rings of Akhaten"

Farren Blackburn

Neil Cross

6 April 2013

7.45

84

234

8

"Cold War"

Douglas Mackinnon

Mark Gatiss

13 April 2013

7.37

84

235

9

"Hide"

Jamie Payne

Neil Cross

20 April 2013

6.61

85

236

10

"Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS"

Mat King

Stephen Thompson

27 April 2013

6.50

85

237

11

"The Crimson Horror"

Saul Metzstein

Mark Gatiss

4 May 2013

6.47

85

238

12

"Nightmare in Silver"

Stephen Woolfenden

Neil Gaiman

11 May 2013

6.64

84

239

13

"The Name of the Doctor"

Saul Metzstein

Steven Moffat

18 May 2013

7.45

88

Specials (2013)

Main article: Doctor Who (2013 specials)

The specials focus on various incarnations of the Doctor, including the return of the Tenth Doctor and the reveal of the War Doctor and his actions during the Time War.

No.
story

No.
special

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

240

1

"The Day of the Doctor"

Nick Hurran

Steven Moffat

23 November 2013

12.80

88

241

2

"The Time of the Doctor"

Jamie Payne

Steven Moffat

25 December 2013

11.14

83

Twelfth Doctor

The Twelfth Doctor was portrayed by Peter Capaldi.

Series 8 (2014)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 8)

For series 8 to 10, the episode count was reduced from thirteen to twelve. This series dealt with the mystery identity of the character "Missy" and the mystery around "The Promised Land".

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

242

1

"Deep Breath"

Ben Wheatley

Steven Moffat

23 August 2014

9.17

82

243

2

"Into the Dalek"

Ben Wheatley

Phil Ford & Steven Moffat

30 August 2014

7.29

84

244

3

"Robot of Sherwood"

Paul Murphy

Mark Gatiss

6 September 2014

7.28

82

245

4

"Listen"

Douglas Mackinnon

Steven Moffat

13 September 2014

7.01

82

246

5

"Time Heist"

Douglas Mackinnon

Stephen Thompson & Steven Moffat

20 September 2014

6.99

84

247

6

"The Caretaker"

Paul Murphy

Gareth Roberts & Steven Moffat

27 September 2014

6.82

83

248

7

"Kill the Moon"

Paul Wilmshurst

Peter Harness

4 October 2014

6.91

82

249

8

"Mummy on the Orient Express"

Paul Wilmshurst

Jamie Mathieson

11 October 2014

7.11

85

250

9

"Flatline

"

Douglas Mackinnon

Jamie Mathieson

18 October 2014

6.71

85

251

10

"In the Forest of the Night"

Sheree Folkson

Frank Cottrell-Boyce

25 October 2014

6.92

83

252a

11

"Dark Water"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

1 November 2014

7.34

85

252b

12

"Death in Heaven"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

8 November 2014

7.60

83

Series 9 (2015)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 9)

This series dealt with the consequences of the Doctor and Clara's relationship, and the Doctor's confession about the Hybrid.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special (2014)

253

"Last Christmas"

Paul Wilmshurst

Steven Moffat

25 December 2014

8.28

82

Series

254a

1

"The Magician's Apprentice"

Hettie MacDonald

Steven Moffat

19 September 2015

6.54

84

254b

2

"The Witch's Familiar"

Hettie MacDonald

Steven Moffat

26 September 2015

5.71

83

255a

3

"Under the Lake"

Daniel O'Hara

Toby Whithouse

3 October 2015

5.63

84

255b

4

"Before the Flood"

Daniel O'Hara

Toby Whithouse

10 October 2015

6.05

83

256

5

"The Girl Who Died"

Ed Bazalgette

Jamie Mathieson and Steven Moffat

17 October 2015

6.56

82

257

6

"The Woman Who Lived"

Ed Bazalgette

Catherine Tregenna

24 October 2015

6.11

81

258a

7

"The Zygon Invasion"

Daniel Nettheim

Peter Harness

31 October 2015

5.76

82

258b

8

"The Zygon Inversion"

Daniel Nettheim

Peter Harness and Steven Moffat

7 November 2015

6.03

84

259

9

"Sleep No More"

Justin Molotnikov

Mark Gatiss

14 November 2015

5.61

78

260

10

"Face the Raven"

Justin Molotnikov

Sarah Dollard

21 November 2015

6.05

84

261

11

"Heaven Sent"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

28 November 2015

6.19

80

262

12

"Hell Bent"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

5 December 2015

6.17

82

Special (2015)

263

"The Husbands of River Song"

Douglas Mackinnon

Steven Moffat

25 December 2015

7.69

82

Series 10 (2017)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 10)

This series dealt with the mystery of the vault and the Doctor's oath, later exploring the Doctor and Missy's relationship, and the possibility of Missy "turning good". This season introduces Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) and Nardole (Matt Lucas) as the Doctor's companions.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

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Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

Special (2016)

264

"The Return of Doctor Mysterio"

Ed Bazalgette

Steven Moffat

25 December 2016

7.83

82

Series

265

1

"The Pilot"

Lawrence Gough

Steven Moffat

15 April 2017

6.68

83

266

2

"Smile"

Lawrence Gough

Frank Cottrell-Boyce

22 April 2017

5.98

83

267

3

"Thin Ice"

Bill Anderson

Sarah Dollard

29 April 2017

5.61

84

268

4

"Knock Knock"

Bill Anderson

Mike Bartlett

6 May 2017

5.73

83

269

5

"Oxygen"

Charles Palmer

Jamie Mathieson

13 May 2017

5.27

83

270

6

"Extremis"

Daniel Nettheim

Steven Moffat

20 May 2017

5.53

82

271

7

"The Pyramid at the End of the World"

Daniel Nettheim

Peter Harness and Steven Moffat

27 May 2017

5.79

82

272

8

"The Lie of the Land"

Wayne Yip

Toby Whithouse

3 June 2017

4.82

82

273

9

"Empress of Mars"

Wayne Yip

Mark Gatiss

10 June 2017

5.02

83

274

10

"The Eaters of Light"

Charles Palmer

Rona Munro

17 June 2017

4.73

81

275a

11

"World Enough and Time"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

24 June 2017

5.00

85

275b

12

"The Doctor Falls"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

1 July 2017

5.30

83

Special (2017)

276

"Twice Upon a Time"

Rachel Talalay

Steven Moffat

25 December 2017

7.92

81

Thirteenth Doctor

The Thirteenth Doctor is portrayed by Jodie Whittaker.[14] Chris Chibnall took over as showrunner from the eleventh series.

Series 11 (2018)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 11)

For series 11, the episode count was reduced from twelve to ten. The Thirteenth Doctor initially searches for her lost TARDIS, inadvertently bringing her companions with her on her travels, who contemplate returning to their lives but decide to continue travelling. The series also deals with grief. This series also saw the time slot change to Sunday.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

277

1

"The Woman Who Fell to Earth"

Jamie Childs

Chris Chibnall

7 October 2018

10.96

83

278

2

"The Ghost Monument"

Mark Tonderai

Chris Chibnall

14 October 2018

9.00

82

279

3

"Rosa"

Mark Tonderai

Malorie Blackman and Chris Chibnall

21 October 2018

8.41

83

280

4

"Arachnids in the UK"

Sallie Aprahamian

Chris Chibnall

28 October 2018

8.22

83

281

5

"The Tsuranga Conundrum"

Jennifer Perrott

Chris Chibnall

4 November 2018

7.76

79

282

6

"Demons of the Punjab"

Jamie Childs

Vinay Patel

11 November 2018

7.48

80

283

7

"Kerblam!"

Jennifer Perrott

Pete McTighe

18 November 2018

7.46

81

284

8

"The Witchfinders"

Sallie Aprahamian

Joy Wilkinson

25 November 2018

7.21

81

285

9

"It Takes You Away"

Jamie Childs

Ed Hime

2 December 2018

6.42

80

286

10

"The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos"

Jamie Childs

Chris Chibnall

9 December 2018

6.65

79

Special

287

"Resolution"

Wayne Yip

Chris Chibnall

1 January 2019

7.13

80

Series 12 (2020)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 12)

This series deals with a new incarnation of the Master, the return of Jack Harkness, the appearance of an unknown incarnation of the Doctor who existed at some point before the Time War, and the "lone Cyberman", while following the destruction of Gallifrey and the secret of the Timeless Child. The special marked the last regular appearance of Graham and Ryan.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

288a

1

"Spyfall, Part 1"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall

1 January 2020

6.89

82

288b

2

"Spyfall, Part 2"

Lee Haven Jones

Chris Chibnall

5 January 2020

6.07

82

289

3

"Orphan 55"

Lee Haven Jones

Ed Hime

12 January 2020

5.38

77

290

4

"Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror"

Nida Manzoor

Nina Metivier

19 January 2020

5.20

79

291

5

"Fugitive of the Judoon"

Nida Manzoor

Vinay Patel and Chris Chibnall

26 January 2020

5.57

83

292

6

"Praxeus"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Pete McTighe and Chris Chibnall

2 February 2020

5.22

78

293

7

"Can You Hear Me?"

Emma Sullivan

Charlene James and Chris Chibnall

9 February 2020

4.90

78

294

8

"The Haunting of Villa Diodati"

Emma Sullivan

Maxine Alderton

16 February 2020

5.07

80

295a

9

"Ascension of the Cybermen"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall

23 February 2020

4.99

81

295b

10

"The Timeless Children"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall

1 March 2020

4.69

82

Special

296

"Revolution of the Daleks"

Lee Haven Jones

Chris Chibnall

1 January 2021

6.35

79

Series 13 (2021)

Main article: Doctor Who (series 13)

The series is entitled Flux, and includes six episodes that comprise one story.[7][9] It introduced Dan Lewis (John Bishop) as a new companion.

No.
story

No. in
series

Title[a]

Directed by

Written by

Original air date

UK viewers
(millions)
[11]

AI[11]

297a

1

"The Halloween Apocalypse"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall

31 October 2021

5.81

76

297b

2

"War of the Sontarans"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall

7 November 2021

5.13

77

297c

3

"Once, Upon Time"

Azhur Saleem

Chris Chibnall

14 November 2021

4.67

75

297d

4

"Village of the Angels"

Jamie Magnus Stone

Chris Chibnall and Maxine Alderton

21 November 2021

TBD

79

297e

5

"Survivors of the Flux"[15]

Azhur Saleem

Chris Chibnall

28 November 2021

TBD

TBA

297f

6

"The Vanquishers"[16]

Azhur Saleem

Chris Chibnall

5 December 2021

TBD

TBA