Posted by Eric Musco on July 19, 2018 03:28:11 Infinity Train, which debuted in the latest episode of Doctor Who’s fifth season, has seen its release date in question.
The episode was recorded on July 6 and released on July 8, 2018, but some fans are wondering whether the show will ever return.
According to a post on the BBC’s Twitter account, the show’s sixth season is due to come to an end in 2020.
This is no small point of concern as the Infinity Train has proven to be the best companion companion in the show.
We’ve seen the Infinity train go from an obscure character to an iconic villain in the past, and this year, the BBC has announced the show has already surpassed its 200 millionth audience.
But this has led to some speculation about the show eventually ending.
Some fans believe the series may never return because the show is set in an alternate universe, meaning the characters are different.
However, other fans have speculated that the show may be cancelled at some point and will be replaced by a new series.
The show was first revealed in the fifth season of the Doctor Who Christmas Special, which premiered on Christmas Day of 2018.
The Infinity Train first appeared in the episode “The Name of the Rose” and was created by British science fiction writer Terry Nation.
In the episode, a train carrying a robot spaceship crashes on Earth and the passengers are all on board.
When they find out the train is powered by an alien energy source, the passengers decide to leave Earth in order to travel to another dimension.
That way, the alien will never know that the train came from Earth and is now a threat to humanity.
The BBC is currently developing a new show for 2018, which is scheduled to air on BBC One in 2020, but it has not yet been confirmed whether this new series will return to the show or be cancelled altogether.
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