Fathom Events and BBC AMERICA are bringing you a fantastic gift for Christmas, The Legendary British Sci-Fi Program,

Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time. 

The epic finale to the Peter Capaldi era of Doctor Who is coming to U.S. movie theaters for one night, Wednesday, Dec. 27 at  7p.m. CST featuring the return of 

Pearl Mackie and special guests 

Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) and David Bradley (Game of Thrones). 

The event will also introduce the Thirteenth Doctor, played by 

Jodie Whittaker 

(Broadchurch), the first woman to assume the role.

The cinema event will also feature two exclusive bonus pieces, taking audiences behind the scenes to the filming of this holiday special and celebrating the tenures of Peter Capaldi as the Doctor and Steven Moffat as showrunner and lead writer. 

“The regeneration of the Doctor is a must see event for Doctor Who fans around the world,” says Sergei Kuharsky, EVP Franchise and Digital Enterprises, BBC Worldwide North America. “To be able to feature Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time in theaters across the U.S. - with our long-standing partner, Fathom Events, gives fans another chance to celebrate Peter Capldi as the Doctor. And who wouldn’t want to watch the historic emergence of Jodie Whitaker as the first female Doctor on the big screen?”

Tickets for Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time can be purchased beginning Friday, October 20, by visiting www.FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices.


The Legendary British Science Fiction Series, Doctor Who has been seen by millions of television viewers for more than 50 years and each generation has its favorite Doctor, Companions, Villians and monsters.

Each year, a multitude Whovians travel the globe to see their beloved Doctor Who cast members. The following is a partial listing of upcoming conventions in The United States featuring Classic as well as New Doctor Who cast members. Now, WHO's Your Favorite???

(NOTE: Scheduled appearances may change due to artist schedule)


Chicago Tardis:

Nov. 24-26: Chicago Tardis: Peter Davison

Nov. 24-26: Chicago Tardis: Sylvester McCoy

Nov. 24-26: Chicago Tardis: Colin Baker

Nov. 24-26: Chicago Tardis: Sophie Aldred

Nov. 24-26: Chicago Tardis: Nicholas Briggs

Regeneration Who:

March 23-25, 2018:  Peter Davidson

March 23-25, 2018:  Pearl Mackie

March 23-25, 2018:  Michelle Gomez

Don't forget to lookout for The UltimateTV host Rachell Montgomery at any one of the conventions listed. For a detailed list of your favorite classic and new Doctor Who cast members, visit the website http://doctorwhoactorappearances.blogspot.com/ 


As recently reported, WYCC Channel 20 lost its broadcasting license, however, all is not lost for dedicated PBS subscribers and Doctor Who fans.  

The PBS affiliate, which is owned by City Colleges of Chicago is exploring a deal to share a channel with WTTW-Ch. 11, allowing it to continue broadcasting after agreeing to vacate its own frequency in a Federal Communications Commission spectrum auction. 

That's fantastic news for Midwest Whovians who have been enjoying the Doctor Who Classic Series Marathon every Saturday Morning from 6:00am-10:30am and Sunday evenings at 10:00pm.  The current broadcast schedule has been extended and the popular sci-fi cult classic will continue to air on WYCC Channel 20 now until November 24th. 

The current Doctor Who Classic Programming Schedule is listed below:

9/30: Classic Doctor Who Programming Schedule

6:00am-7:30am The Deadly Assassin

7:30am-9:00am Frontios

9:00am-10:30am The Trial of a Time Lord

10:00pm The Leisure Hive

10/7: Classic Doctor Who Programming Schedule

6:00am-7:30am The Face of Evil

7:30am-9:00am Planet of Fire

9:00am-10:30am The Trial of a Time Lord

10:00pm  State of Decay

10/14: Classic Doctor Who Programming Schedule

6:00am-8:30am The Robots of Death starring Tom Baker

7:30am-10:30am The Trial of a Time Lord starring Colin Baker

10:00pm Frontios starring 5th Doctor, Peter Davison 

10/21: Classic Doctor Who Programming Schedule

5:30am-8:00am  The Talons of Weng-Chiang

8:00am-10:30am  Four to Doomsday

10:00pm  Full Circle

Doctor Who episodes airing on PBS/WYCC for the week of 10/27 -11/27 have not yet been announced. Please check back for updated show times and dates. 


The highly anticipated Season Finale of Doctor Who airs on BBC America, Saturday, July 1 at 7:30pm(CST)  The emotinally charged two-part show stopper stars Actor Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor, Pearl Mackie as Bill, Matt Lucas as Nardole, Michelle Gozez as Missy and John Simm as The Master.

Part one of the finale, titled World Enough and Time, airs Saturday June 24 with Part two, The Doctor Falls, follows a week later at the slightly earlier time.

What happens in the Doctor Who finale?

The 12th Doctor’s swan-song kicks off this week with part one of the finale.  Missy joins the TARDIS team for the first time since turning “good”, as friendship drives the Doctor to make the rashest decision of his 13 lives.

Trapped on a giant spaceship that is hurtling towards a black hole, he witnesses the death of a friend he vowed to protect.  For once, time is the Time Lord’s enemy as each passing seconds leads to impending doom.  World Enough and Time features the return of the Mondasian Cybermen, who have not appeared on the show for 50 years.  It also brings back John Simm as The Master for the first time since 2010’s The End of Time.

Details on part two are scarce, with the official synopsis giving little away.  It reads: “The Doctor makes a final stand against an army of Cybermen to protect a tiny band of humans from destruction.”

Following the finale, Peter Capaldi will make one final appearance as the Doctor in this year’s Christmas special.  Capaldi has said that his regeneration is “complicated”, and it is widely rumoured that the process will begin during the season 10 finale.

Showrunner Steven Moffat will also bow out after the festive edition, with Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall set to take his place.  It is not yet known whether Bill (Pearl Mackie) or Nardole (Matt Lucas) will return for season 11, nor who will replace Capaldi as the Doctor.  Michelle Gomez has confirmed that she will step down as Missy, telling Radio Times: “My pals are going so I’m going.”





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