Doctor Who Season 14 Finale Episode “The Legend of Ruby Sunday” Confirmed for BBC One Time Slot

As Doctor Who fans eagerly anticipate the two-part season 14 finale, the first part titled “The Legend of Ruby Sunday” has now been confirmed to air on BBC One at 6:30pm on Saturday, June 15th. The episode will first be available on BBC iPlayer at midnight.

In this thrilling installment, the Doctor and UNIT delve into Ruby’s past, only to uncover horrifying secrets from Christmas Eve through the Time Window. The enigmatic Triad Technology releases the ultimate evil, setting the stage for an epic showdown.

The star-studded cast includes familiar faces such as Jemma Redgrave as Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, Bonnie Langford as Mel Bush, and Yasmin Finney as Rose Noble, along with new additions like Lenny Rush and Genesis Lynea. Susan Twist returns in a pivotal role as Susan Triad, sparking intriguing speculations among fans.

Showrunner Russell T Davies teases that the following episode, “Empire of Death,” promises to be the most monumental finale yet, urging viewers to stay up till midnight for a thrilling experience. With surprises in store and a rollercoaster of emotions, fans are advised to avoid spoilers for maximum enjoyment.

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