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TV preview: 'Doctor Who' is back, along with spinoff 'Class'

Published April 12, 2017 2:58 pm
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"Doctor Who" starts a new season, and executive producer Steven Moffat promises it "introduces everything" newcomers "need to know about" the show. There's a new, openly gay companion, Bill (Pearl Mackie). And it's followed by the spinoff "Class," which features four students the Doctor tasks with dealing with aliens while he's occupied elsewhere.

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