What time is Doctor Who on tonight? (December 5)

John Bishop as Dan - Doctor Who _ Season 13 - Photo Credit: Ben Blackall/BBC Studios/BBC America
John Bishop as Dan - Doctor Who _ Season 13 - Photo Credit: Ben Blackall/BBC Studios/BBC America /
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It’s time to see who The Doctor and her mates stop the Flux from destroying the whole of Earth. What time can you watch Doctor Who tonight?

Grab the snacks and your favorite drinks. Gather your blankets and everything else you need to be comfortable for another episode of Doctor Who.

It’s time for the Doctor Who: Flux finale tonight. Oh yes, this is the last episode of the six-part event, and we’re sure we’re going to see The Doctor and her mates figure out how to stop the Flux in its tracks. They can’t let Swarm become the ruler of the hell that is left behind.

Now you just need to know the time that you can start watching. Here’s everything you need to know.

Doctor Who Season 13, Episode 6 release time

There is only one place to watch the episode live tonight. The Doctor Who Season 13 finale airs tonight, Sunday, Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. ET. Watch it on BBC America.

If you’ve cut the cord, there is some good news. You’ll be able to watch BBC America on the likes of Fubo TV and Sling TV.

But what if you can’t watch it live? There is some even better news. You’ll be able to watch it the following day on AMC+. You can already watch the first five episodes, which you’ll probably want to do throughout the day. After all, this event series has been full of different story threads, giving us more intel about the Weeping Angels and understanding a little more about The Doctor before we knew her as William Hartnell’s regeneration.

The finale will be on AMC+ tomorrow, Monday, Dec. 6. Eventually, the full season will head to HBO Max, which is where you can watch all previous 12 seasons of the revival. Turn to BritBox for the classic series.

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Doctor Who airs Sundays at 8/7c on BBC America.