DOCTOR WHO: FLUX | FIRST LOOK IMAGES OF THE GUEST CAST

The BBC have today released twelve new images from Doctor Who: Flux which show the guest cast in their various roles across the series.


On Halloween, all across the universe, terrifying forces are stirring. From the Arctic Circle to deep space, an ancient evil is breaking free. And in present-day Liverpool, the life of Dan Lewis is about to change forever. Why is the Doctor on the trail of the fearsome Karvanista? And what is the Flux?

Each image is captioned with the actor's name. Where the character name is available, this is highlighted in bold. The images are from across the series and are not exclusive to episode one.



^Sara Powell

“A role in Doctor Who is top of any actors wish list. To say I leapt at the chance is something of an understatement. Working with Jodie Whittaker - an iconic Doctor and actor - was also on my list.”

^Blake Harrison

“It’s a pleasure to be a part of this huge show that has such a passionate fan base! I hope all the Doctor Who fans enjoy the new series and my role in it.”


^Penelope McGhie


^Craig Parkinson



^Rochenda Sandall



^Gerald Kyd

“I absolutely adored being a part of such an iconic show. There’s nothing like it. The history, the stories, the utter devotion of the fanbase. I am honoured to now count Doctor Who as a credit. Oh, and the highlight amongst highlights was working with the wonderful, hilarious and irrepressible Jodie Whittaker.


^Annabel Scholey

“I am absolutely thrilled to be a part of the 13th series of Doctor Who. It was a lot of fun to film and I enjoyed every minute I spent with the amazing cast and crew...Halloween will be that little bit more spooky this year!”

^Kevin McNally

“I am thrilled to be helping the Doctor put the universe to rights in the latest season of Doctor Who.”


^Thaddea Graham


^Steve Oram as Joseph Williamson



^Nadia Albina as Diane


^Sue Jenkins and Paul Broughton



Doctor Who: Flux begins Sunday 31st October at 6:25pm on BBC One and iPlayer. Episodes continue weekly.


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Image credits: James Pardon (photographer), BBC (copyright holder), BBC Studios (production)