The first two seasons of The Return of The TARDIS are set to air on Starz, and it’s the first time the sci-fi series has been picked up by a US network.
The new series, titled ‘The Doctor’s Daughter’, will follow the adventures of Sarah Jane Watson, the daughter of Doctor Who creator Steven Moffat.
The series will also be the first to air after the departure of executive producer and showrunner Sue Vertue.
The show, which will be written by Vertue, was originally set to debut on Syfy, but the network has decided to drop the series due to low ratings and the network’s desire to keep the original cast intact.
The show will also debut on Star Trek: Discovery, the network said on Friday.
It’s not known when the show will premiere in the US.
“We’re thrilled to announce that The Doctor’s Wife is coming to Starz,” Starz president John Landgraf said in a statement.
“We’re excited to continue the incredible storytelling and storytelling relationships that The Doctors have built with Starz and the Doctor Who fanbase.”
In addition to Moffat and Vertue’s other series, which include series like Doctor Who: The Fifth Doctor, The Sarah Jane Adventures, The Eleventh Doctor, and The Power of the Daleks, the Tardis will be featured on the CBS All Access network.