Filming on the new series of Doctor Who commenced on Monday 5th December 2022, with a new face joining in the cast. Jack Forsyth-Noble has been announced to be playing Will in the new series.
Jack told Doctor Who Magazine: "What an absolute treat to join the Whoniverse at such an exciting time for the show! Russell [T. Davies] has brought together a kind and incredibly talented team, and to be a part of the first day filming was really special."
He concluded: "Audiences are in for a real ride!" Jack joins previously announced guest stars including Jemma Redgrave and Anita Dobson. Aneurin Barnard also joins the series as the mysterious Roger ap Gwilliam.
Jemma Redgrave returns as Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, and UNIT, the long-running organisation set on defending the Earth, returns in the next series of Doctor Who. Anita Dobson and Michelle Greenidge star in currently unknown roles.
The new series of Doctor Who is expected to air in the first half 2024, starring new Doctor Ncuti Gatwa and companion Millie Gibson as Ruby Sunday. The duo's first episode is expected to air on BBC One this Christmas.
Before then, Doctor Who celebrates its 60th Anniversary in November with three hour-long specials starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate.
Previous series of Doctor Who are available on BBC iPlayer.