Doctor Who: Disney+ is the new home of the series, which will be broadcast in Brazil

Disney has secured the broadcast rights to the series. Doctor Who, from the BBC. Streaming will have exclusivity for all new seasons of the series, outside the UK and Ireland, from the end of 2023.


So far, there is no information on whether the streaming platform will have the previous seasons of the production in its catalog.

Disney+ used social media to publicize the new logo for the traditional sci-fi series.


Also, the next protagonist, Ncuti Gatwa (sex education), recorded a video to clarify all the main doubts for the future of the series. See below.


Doctor Who is a science fiction series, produced and broadcast by the BBC since 1963 and is listed in Guinness World Records as the longest-running science fiction television series in the world.

The first era of production lasted until 1989, before being cancelled. However, in 2005, Doctor Who made a big comeback, led by Russell T. Davies. The showrunner is also in charge of season 14, which will feature Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother) as the new villain.

David Tennant, the 10th Doctor, returns in the role in special episodesSource: BBC


To celebrate the show’s 60th anniversary, the new season is set to arrive in November 2023 and will see David Tennant reprise his classic role as the 10th Doctor for three commemorative episodes, before Gatwa takes the lead.

Doctor Who follows an alien with the ability to mutate, known as the Doctor, who travels through time accompanied by a human. He uses his phone booth-shaped spaceship to go to different planets and times to save the universe.

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