Mondasian Cybermen, a new companion, and the return of John Simm as The Master, there’s much to look forward to when Doctor Who makes it’s triumphant return this Saturday – but where can you watch Series 10?
On the telly? Yes, yes, very good but depending on where you are in the world, you’ll need to how just how and where, so, being the good sports that we are, here’s a handy list of where you can watch Series 10 opener, The Pilot.
April 15th 2017
UK & Ireland
You can catch Doctor Who on BBC One at 7:20 pm.
Simulcast on BBC First which is available exclusively via OSN on channel 215 in a number of regions including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Egypt.
You can see Doctor Who on BBC America, 9/8c.
Canadians will be able to see the Doctor and his magnificent hair via Space at 9pm EST.
April 16th 2017
Mexican Whovians will be able to see Doctor Mysterio via Syfy Latam at 22hrs.
You can see Bill question the Doctor (along with every sci-fi convention this sci-fi show can throw at her) via Syfy Latam at 24hrs.
Brazilians can see the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole make their bow via Syfy Brasil at 20hrs.
Say g’day to the Doctor via ABC at 7.40 pm (and don’t forget to catch Whovians – a brand new half hour panel show to dissect, delve into and delight in the world of Doctor Who, hosted by Rove McManus – on ABC2 at 8:30 pm).
April 17th 2017
New Zealand whovians will be able to watch The Pilot via Prime at 7:30 pm.
Wherever you are, enjoy! And don’t forget to come back to the DWC following transmission to vote in our upcoming poll and read our review.