Doctors has finally confirmed its return date on BBC1 – and it’s not long!

Doctors fans get the news they want - it will be back in November!

Doctors fans have been asking for months now – when will Doctors be back on our screens? Well, today the BBC has officially confirmed it will return on Monday November 2nd.

The BBC broke the news on the official Doctors twitter page, declaring “Drum roll please…” and then announcing the date.

Doctors normally has a summer break but this year it’s come back a lot later than usual because filming had to stop due to the pandemic. But the BBC is now in a position to at last put it on screen again.

So when will Doctors be back on BBC1 and at what times?

Doctors will return on Monday November 2nd at 1.45pm. In further good news for fans there will be four episodes on that week. There won’t be an episode on the Friday. Each episode is going out at 1.45pm.

Doctors, Sarah Moyle

Doctors star Sarah Moyle, who plays receptionist Valerie, sets up a camera at home ready to film her scenes for the recent special remote episode

Doctors was last seen doing a special extended lockdown episode, which is still available to watch on BBCiPlayer.

It was the final episode of the show before its extended break. And it explored what the surgery staff had been up to during life under lockdown.

The one-off episode was filmed remotely by the Doctors cast.

Meanwhile, Casualty and Holby City fans are still waiting for those shows to come back.

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