The new star of Doctor Who will be revealed in a special live program on Sunday, the BBC has announced.
The half-hour show, presented by Zoe Ball, will feature an interview with the new lead, as well as 11th Doctor Matt Smith and executive producer Steven Moffat.
“The decision is made and the time has come to reveal who’s taking over the Tardis,” Moffat said. “For the last of the Time Lords, the clock is striking twelve.”
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor, is on BBC One at 7pm on 4 August, which means it will be announced at 2pm on BBC America here in the states.
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Matt Smith’s final episode will be this year’s Christmas special.
First, we’ll have the 50th Anniversary Special which will be simulcast across the world on November 23rd. In an effort to avoid spoilers and plot leaks, BBC Worldwide is orchestrating a worldwide simulcast in 200 countries, with an expected 100 million viewers.
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Here is the full Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special panel from SDCC 2013:
Source: BBC News