What time is Doctor Who on tonight? (November 21)

It’s almost time for a new episode of Doctor Who: Flux. We get another visit from the Angels tonight. What time can you start watching?

You’ll want to grab your popcorn and your snacks. Gather the family around ready for another episode of Doctor Who.

We’re onto Chapter 4 of the Flux story. This time, we’re going to head back to 1967 to find out what happened to Claire in the Season 13 premiere. We know she was taken by an Angel, but where was she sent and why?

Well, an Angel has control of the TARDIS right now and it looks like The Doctor and her fam is heading to the same time as Claire. It’s on the night that an entire village in Devon is going to disappear.

What time is Doctor Who on tonight?

What time can you start streaming Doctor Who online? The episode airs at 8 p.m. ET on BBC America. It is only going to be on the channel live.

You can watch the episodes via Fubo TV and Sling TV if you’ve cut the cord. You’ll need to pull up BBC America.

For those who watch the day after, you can stream on the BBC America website. You can also watch via AMC+, which is available via Amazon Channels. AMC+ gives you access to all sorts of content. Eventually, the season will leave there and head to HBO Max, which is where all the previous 12 seasons are available.

If you’re in Canada, you’ll want to tune into CTV Sci-Fi Channel a little earlier. The episodes begin at 7:55 p.m. ET and run until a little after 9 p.m. because of the commercial breaks. You can also stream on Crave live from 8 p.m. ET and get all episodes there afterward.

Doctor Who airs Sundays at 8/7c on BBC America. Stream the following day on AMC+.