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Friday, 28 September 2018 - Reported by Marcus
SPACE Canada have confirmed that they will join BBC America by broadcasting the new series of Doctor Who at the same time it is seen in the UK.

The first episode will transmit at 1.45pm Eastern Time, with a repeat in primetime at 8pm ET.

Following the premiere, all-new episodes of Doctor Who will debut in their regular Sundays at 8pm ET timeslot beginning October 14.

Pat DiVittorio, Vice-President, Programming, CTV and Specialty, said
We’re thrilled to deliver a fresh season of DOCTOR WHO to new viewers and faithful fans alike who are eager to meet the latest incarnation of the iconic Time Lord. Pivotal and hugely popular on Space, we’re excited to embark on this groundbreaking era for the series and watch it ignite Sunday nights with a whole new Doctor and refreshed creative team.
The episode will be part of SPACE Freeview, running until 24 October.

Freeview is available through participating television service providers across the country, including Bell, Bell Aliant, Cogeco, Eastlink, Bell MTS, Rogers, Sasktel, Shaw, Shaw Direct, Telus, and Videotron, and others. The first episode of the highly anticipated new season of Doctor Who will also be available on demand via set-top-box for all for Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw, and Eastlink subscribers from October 8 to November 7.