By Caroline LucasBBC News science correspondentWe’re used to hearing stories about the Doctor, the Doctor Who, the Time Lord and the TARDIS.
And we’re all familiar with the many, many incarnations of the Doctor.
But where does the Doctor’s personal life rank among these incarnations?
It’s the subject of a new BBC science series, Doctor Strange.
The Doctor has a pet, known only as Doctor Strange, which he spends most of his time with.
The series is produced by Scott Derrickson (Crimson Peak) and is produced in association with BBC Worldwide.
In the first episode of Doctor Strange’s first season, Doctor Strange is seen visiting the home of his friend Johnny Storm, and his son, Johnny Storm Storm (played by actor Michael Gambon).
A week later, Johnny Storm is diagnosed with cancer.
His doctor has asked him to take a trip to a remote country, and to do so, he will need to visit his old stomping ground.
But as Doctor Strange explores his new home, his time travels take him to the magical land of Atlantis.
Doctor Strange is a fictional character created by J.K. Rowling for the Harry Potter books series.
It’s the first time the Doctor has been portrayed in the BBC series as a character who can’t seem to go back.
There are no plot details released about how Doctor Strange will deal with his new situation, but it is likely that he will return to Earth.
As we’ve previously reported, the Doctor has been playing the game of Time Travel since the first series, and in the past, it has become a major part of the series.
Doctor Strange’s companion Johnny Storm is seen in Doctor Stephen Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme and Doctor Igor Strange: Nightcrawler.
The series was co-created by Joss Whedon (Captain America: Civil War, Captain America: The Winter Soldier), J. Michael Straczynski (Supergirl) and Mark Gatiss (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
Doctor’s Strange is written by Scott Fisk (Doctor Who) and stars Michael Gambons Johnny Storm as the Doctor and Johnny Jnr as the Magician.