In Doctor Who Magazine 441, producer Marcus Wilson stated there will be two monsters from the “classic” series making an appearance. Steven Moffat stated in DWM 442 there won’t be any two~parters and also told the Radio Times that there would be “at least” 14 episodes in Series 7.
Mark Gatiss has confirmed he is writing a story (DWM 443), and it includes the words, “meat”, “klaxon” and “Vienna”. Other writers, revealed in DWM 444, include Toby Whithouse (The God Complex) with a “blockbuster of a genre piece” and Chris Chibnall (Cold Blood/The Hungry Earth) whose story features the “biggest set Doctor Who has ever had”.
Alex Kingston is reprising her role as River Song and Murray Gold remains the composer.
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