Doctor Who returned last year for its long-awaited eleventh season (since its modern reboot, that is), heralding the arrival of a new Doctor, a new showrunner, and an even bigger first: a female star.
With the season now finished, the next thing to look forward to is season 12 - here's everything we know so far.
When is Doctor Who back?
With season 11 and the New Year's Special done, everyone's already talking about season 12. We don't know much about it yet, but the news we do have is a bit mixed.
First up, the good news: Jodie Whittaker is staying on as the Doctor for at least another year, after a phenomenal debut. We're not sure yet about the rest of the fam, but hopefully they'll all stick around for another season too.
Now the bad news: either way you'll have to wait until 2020 to watch more of the Doctor. We don't know when in the year it will air - hopefully early - but there'll be no Doctor Who at all in 2019 other than the New Year's Special, which will be tough going.
You can at least still catch up on older episodes. That's helped by the BBC's decision to add every single episode of the show since 2005 - including all the specials - to the iPlayer streaming service, announcing that they'll stay online until at least the season 11 finale. That means you get every episode from every Doctor from Christopher Eccleston to Peter Capaldi, without paying a penny.
How can you watch Doctor Who in the US?
Obviously Doctor Who is a British show, but in recent years BBC America has been better about airing the show as close as it can to the British air date, to minimise piracy. That was the same for season 11 - BBC America aired each episode in a regular Sunday evening slot at 8/7c.
That's also what you'll have to do if you want to take advantage of the BBC's to decision to add every episode of the show's modern era so far to iPlayer - so grab a VPN if you know you've missed a few and want to catch up. Alternatively, you can stream every episode of the modern show so far on Amazon Prime Video.