The wait is almost over – the Eighth Doctor's next epic saga is about to begin! Check out the video trailer today...
One of Big Finish's most anticipated releases of the year is almost ready to launch – Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 1 will be available from Monday the 12th of October.
Starring Paul McGann, Nicola Walker and Hattie Morahan, this brand new set of four-adventures sees the Eighth Doctor drawn back to Gallifrey to face The Eleven (Mark Bonnar) – a Time Lord criminal who retains each of his personalities every time he regenerates.
The new story will see the Eighth Doctor and Liv cross paths with new companion Helen Sinclair. Together, they'll journey from Sixties London to Renaissance Italy and a meeting with famed astronomer Galileo Galilei (John Woodvine). It all comes down to a stunning showdown with the Eleven – one that will have dire consequences for the Doctor across the series! Check out the video trailer below!
The first volume’s stellar cast also includes Robert Bathurst (Downton Abbey, Toast of London, Joking Apart), Caroline Langrishe (Dominick Hide, Lovejoy, Judge John Deed), Ramon Tikaram (Stella, Jupiter Ascending, Game of Thrones), David Yelland (Chariots of Fire, Poirot), Harry Myers (Bernice Summerfield), Esther Hall (Queer as Folk, Spooks, Rome), Matthew Cottle (Game On, Citizen Khan) and Sylvester McCoy in a special cameo appearance as the Seventh Doctor.
Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 1 is available to pre-order now for just £20 on both CD and Download – which as with all Big Finish pre-orders includes free UK shipping! All CD purchases through the Big Finish website make a download-version available for instant access!
The saga will continue across three further box-sets, beginning with Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 2 in March 2016 – where River Song (Alex Kingston) crosses paths with the TARDIS crew. You can pre-order all four sets as part of the Doom Coalition bundle.
You can still enjoy the Eighth Doctor's previous adventures with Charlotte Pollard, Lucy Miller and Molly O'Sullivan today, with all titles available to download. There's also a chance to look into the early days of the Time War with the just announced Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor - The Time War.