‘Doctor Who’ Series 9 – “The Girl Who Died” Production Artwork

Concept art: The Mire.

Concept art: The Mire.

Concept art: Mire armour.

Concept art: Mire armour.

Concept art: Mire processing chamber.

Concept art: Mire processing chamber.

Concept art: Mire processing chamber.

Concept art: Mire processing chamber.

Concept art: Mire processors.

Concept art: Mire processors.

Concept art: Mire vials.

Concept art: Mire vials.

Concept art: Mire medkit.

Concept art: Mire medkit.

Concept art: Viking horn.

Concept art: Viking horn.

Concept art: Viking village.

Concept art: Viking village.

Concept art: parts for Ashildr's 'monstrosity'.

Concept art: parts for Ashildr’s ‘monstrosity’.

Concept art: Ashildr’s ‘monstrosity’.

Concept art: Ashildr’s ‘monstrosity’.

Concept art: Ashildr’s ‘monstrosity’.

Concept art: Ashildr’s ‘monstrosity’.

Synopsis:

Captured by Vikings, the Doctor and Clara must help protect their village from Space Warriors from the future: the Mire. Outnumbered and outgunned, their fate seems inevitable. So why is the Doctor preoccupied with a single Viking girl?  

“The Girl Who Died” was written by Jamie Mathieson (Mummy on the Orient Express, Flatline), directed by Ed Bazalgette (Poldark) and produced by Derek Ritchie (Before the Flood).

‘Doctor Who’ Series 9 airs Saturdays on BBC America at 9pm.

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