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Disney and the BBC today announced that Disney+ will be the new exclusive home outside the UK and Ireland for the hit British sci-fi series “Doctor Who”. In early 2023, new episodes of the series will be released on the platform in more than 150 markets, including the United States. BBC will continue to host the series in the UK and Ireland.

It’s safe to say that the company hopes that Whovians, new and old, will flock to Disney+ to get their “Doctor Who” solution.

Bringing the popular British show to the streamer is a smart move for Disney+ as it hopes to reach 215-245 million subscribers by 2024. Disney+ also plans to expand the streaming service to more than 160 countries next year. In June, the streaming service was launched in 16 markets in the Middle East and North Africa.

Disney+ President Alisa Bowen said in a statement: “We are excited to bring new seasons of this beloved franchise exclusively to Disney+ and introduce the show to the next generation of audiences in more than 150 markets around the world. The series is a perfect addition to our ever-expanding catalog of global content that continues to make Disney+ home to exceptional stories.”

“Doctor Who” returns in November 2023. To celebrate the show’s 60th anniversary, David Tennant, who was the 10th Doctor, will reprise his role as the 14th Doctor, replacing the 13th Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker. The next Doctor is played by ‘Sex Education’ actor Ncuti Gatwa, who takes over from Tennant.

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