The “Flux” segment of Season 13’s conclusion, also known as Doctor Who: Flux, has been resolved, but the Time Lord’s riddles have just begun. Jodie Whittaker’s tenure as the 13th Doctor is quickly coming to an end, even though the immediate plot elements have all been resolved.

What to anticipate from Doctor Who in 2022, as well as how Season 13 altered canon, how many episodes Jodie Whittaker has left, and what to expect from Season 14 in 2023. Allons-y! Doctor Who: Flux contains major spoilers.

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Despite all of Season 13’s twists and turns, two major canon revisions appear to cheval:

We’ve all heard of “Time,” a mysterious entity who appears to know all there is to know about everything. They assume the appearance of the person with whom they are conversing.

Prior to the memory wipe that occurred when the Doctor left the clandestine group known as “Division,” the Doctor got a fob watch that holds all of their memories. This features the Doctor’s recollections of becoming the “Fugitive Doctor,” a previously unknown Doctor initially played by Jo Martin in Season 12’s “Fugitive of the Judoon.” The Doctor buried the fob watch deep inside the TARDIS and begged her trusted space/time ship to keep it hidden forever at the end of the Flux season finale. Unless she “asks for it specifically.”

The fob watch is the most significant of these improvements; the Doctor now has complete access to memories from previous incarnations.

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This would probably include the previously mythical “Morbius Doctors” glimpsed briefly in the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) episode “The Brain of Morbius” in 1976. “The Timeless Children,” the Season 12 conclusion, implied that these other Doctors are now canon, although it’s unclear what that implies for the future. There may be a half-dozen or hundreds of unknown Doctors currently.


Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor is now on a farewell tour following the conclusion of Doctor Who: Flux. This happened in 2009 with David Tennant. Tennant continued to appear in specials after Season 4 finished in 2008, culminating in his farewell episode, “The End of Time Parts 1 and 2,” in 2009 and early 2010.

What are the details of Whittaker’s final episodes? Whittaker will feature in three specials throughout the year, beginning with the Doctor Who 2022 New Year’s Special. Her farewell special will likely see her regeneration into the next Doctor! The specials are organized as follows:

New Year’s Day Special, 1 January 2022: “The Eve of the Daleks.”

“Legend of the Sea Devils” premieres in Spring 2022.

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Jodie Whittaker’s farewell special in the late 2022 Fall of 2022 is the expected release date.

There is only one more Whittaker episode following “Eve of the Daleks” and “Legend of the Sea Devils.” After all, Time — played by the Doctor but dressed in a black suit — warned in the Flux finale, “Your time is coming to an end… nothing is eternal, no regeneration, no life.”


The actor who will play the next Doctor has nearly always been named around the time the existing Doctor departs the show. Fans of David Tennant knew about Matt Smith before “The End of Time” in 2010, and they knew he would regenerate into Peter Capaldi when “The Time of the Doctor” aired in 2013. Before the 2017 season of “Twice Upon a Time,” Jodie Whittaker was revealed as Capaldi’s replacement.

As a result, the BBC and the Doctor Who creative team might announce the new Doctor as soon as 2022. Phoebe Waller-Bridge and T’Nia Miller, who previously featured as a Time Lord named “the General” in Doctor Who, have both been mentioned. However, the Tom Baker period established a pattern for Time Lords to adopt the look of persons they’ve met, which Peter Capaldi perpetuated.

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Doctor Who will return for Season 14 in 2022, with a new actor playing the eponymous Time Lord, after Whittaker’s farewell tour. Chris Chibnall, the series’ current showrunner, will step down and be replaced by Russell T Davies.

Davies isn’t a newcomer, as veteran Who fans will know. Davies is credited with relaunching Doctor Who for the twenty-first century, beginning in 2005, and is thus credited with initiating the revival of the show. Doctor Who was relaunched in 2005 with “Season 1,” which is why we say “Season 14” today.

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Davies is a well-known writer and producer in the Who fandom, and he also developed the offshoot programs The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood, but there are few parallels in science fiction for something like this. If George Lucas were to direct a new Star Wars film or Ronald D. Moore was to return to Star Trek and take over as showrunner on Discovery or Picard, Davies’ return to Who would be similar.

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It’s uncertain how Davies will handle the upcoming season of Doctor Who, but it’s logical to presume that the taste of Season 14 will be closer to that of David Tennant and Christopher Eccleston’s heyday. Doctor Who ushered in a mainstream science fiction television revolution in 2005, and it shows no indications of slowing down in the coming two years.

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