Doctor Who promises 'game-changing cliffhanger' as series split in two
Showrunner Steven Moffat says 13-part series will reach 'earth-shattering climax' at Easter then return for autumn run
The new series of Doctor Who will be split into two for the first time, with its showrunner, Steven Moffat, promising the show's biggest ever cliffhanger – "an earth-shattering climax".
Next year's 13-part series, the sixth since Doctor Who returned in 2005, will run for seven episodes and then return in the autumn for another six.
Moffat said the Easter "mid-season finale" would be a "game-changing cliffhanger".
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