Published: Wed, March 15, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

'Doctor Who' Season 10 Trailer: New Companion Bill Potts, Daleks, Mondasian Cybermen!

'Doctor Who' Season 10 Trailer: New Companion Bill Potts, Daleks, Mondasian Cybermen!

The footage of Moffat comes from a never-before-seen bonus feature, "Becoming the Companion", which Fathom Events and BBC America are screening in theaters alongside the season premiere of Doctor Who on April 17 and 19. It looks like Pearl Mackie will bring a lot of comedy to the show.

The one-minute clip gives a further look at the Doctor's new assistant, Bill -played by newcomer Pearl Mackie - following the short clip that was released alongside the news of her casting previous year. They'll be joined by Matt Lucas' Nardole, who previously only appeared in the show's Christmas specials. However, according to a follow-up video Doctor Who's YouTube channel, also below, we should expect to meet a group of enemies known as the Monks over several episodes. Steven Moffat's last season was also confirmed for this year, placing Chris Chibnall as the new head writer and executive producer, to begin after Season 10.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Kris Marshall is definitely gonna be the next doctor who", while another added: "Anyone else think that Kris Marshall would be pretty good as the next Doctor?" The trailer revealed everything fans want in the new season: Missy (Michelle Gomez), Mars, Daleks, and the Mondasian Cybermen.

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He announced he was leaving the show during an interview with BBC Radio 2, after four years leading the long-standing sci-fi favourite. And like Clara - and many of those who came before them, actually - Bill is not afraid to ask or tell the Doctor whatever's on her mind.

Doctor Who returns Saturday, April 15 at 9/8c on BBC America.

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