Although short, the trailer packs in a lot-shots of creepy glass monsters, jokes about the sonic sunglasses (they work indoors, don't you know), and yes, the Twelfth Doctor working with his former self, now in the form of David Bradley. I was admittedly not a huge fan of Capaldi's run, but that was more the fault of showrunner Steven Moffat, whose convoluted writing and flat characterization of female characters brought down a sci-fi series that I once adored. The preview ends with the declaration, "The regeneration is coming". "Don't miss Twice Upon a Time, the Twelfth Doctor's last adventure, this Christmas!" said a message accompanying the preview on Facebook Friday. Capaldi is exiting the role to make way for 13th Doctor Jodie Whitaker, who will become the first woman Doctor. And a World War One captain destined to die on the battlefield, but taken from the trenches to play his part in the Doctor's story.
But for a Doctor Who fan, the flawless Christmas is gorging on as many episodes of the sci-fi series as humanly possible without the aid of a TARDIS. Enchanted glass people, stealing their victims from frozen time.
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Besides releasing a teaser for this year's Christmas Special, called "Twice Upon a Time", BBC America also announced the current 12th Doctor Peter Capaldi will be given a Doctor Who: Farewell to Peter Capaldi special to also air on Christmas Day. "But as the Doctor must face his past to decide his future, his journey is only just beginning..." "Twice Upon a Time", the 2017 installment of the annual holiday tradition, is about more than one regeneration. It will air on BBC 1 at 5:30 in Christmas Day and at 9/8 C on Christmas Day in the USA.