The final episode of Doctor Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory is scheduled to air on Saturday, July 10.
The BBC will not be showing the episode at all.
Doctor Who’s finale will be the final Doctor Who series broadcast to the public, and will see Matt Smith leave the role for a second time.
Smith, who was in the series’ final episode, has been replaced by Anthony Ainley, who is currently starring on The One Show in the UK.
BBC America will air the final episode in full on Monday.
This marks the end of a journey that began with the final season, with Smith becoming a part of the cast, then playing the titular character.
In the final three episodes, Smith was cast as the iconic villain who destroyed the world in the Doctor Who universe.
However, the show was cancelled by BBC America due to budget constraints, but was later re-released in the United States.
Now, Smith has been appointed to be the new Doctor, replacing Peter Capaldi, who has been on leave since 2013 due to cancer.
It is not the first time that Smith has taken over the role of the Doctor.
He had previously played the role from 1995 to 2005.
After being hired, Smith will return to the series for the last time on July 12.
It will be interesting to see how the Doctor will react to this new era of the series.
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Doctor Willy wonka’s chocolate factory episode will air on BBC America on Saturday July 10, 2016.