Doctor Who series eleven writers have teased what to expect from their respective episodes, throwing out some surprising adjectives to describe their adventures.
Jodie Whittaker‚Äôs Thirteenth Doctor is set to arrive in the autumn, with a trailer being released at San Diego Comic-Con teasing some of the new worlds the Time Lord will be exploring.
A bunch of writers working on the next series have now offered some choice words to tease, what could be, the scariest run yet.
Speaking to Doctor Who Magazine, novelist Malorie Blackman said: ‚ÄėPart of the joy of writing for Doctor Who is to try to surprise your audience, no matter what their age.
‚ÄėI love unpredictability ‚Äď where you introduce the unexpected, even into a story the audience may already think they know.‚Äô
Blackman described her respective episode as ‚Äėheartfelt, thought-provoking and timely‚Äô, while Murdered By My Father writer Vinay Patel stated his would be ‚Äėeducational, epic [and] emotional‚Äô.
It won‚Äôt all be tales of morality however, with fellow writers Pete Tigh, Joy Wilkinson and Ed Hime saying their episodes are ‚Äėcreepy, fun, rollercoaster‚Äô and ‚Äėdark, funny, squelchy‚Äô.
If you‚Äôre hoping Whittaker will be blasting to future Glastonbury, the ‚Äėsquelchy‚Äô could be referring to the bad weather the team had to deal with while filming the new series. Sorry.
The new series is helmed by Chris Chibnall, but there‚Äôs a whole group of new writers scribing for the show.
Doctor Who series 11 is expected to arrive on BBC One this October.