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The video appears to be offering an Easter Egg which sees Bradley Walsh's character reading something that fans may find familiar.

AceShowbiz - "Doctor Who" season 11 has released its first teaser ahead of its premiere. Unearthed during the World Cup Final between France and Croatia, the video introduces not only one or two, but three companions for Jodie Whittaker's Thirteenth Doctor in the upcoming season of the BBC series.

The first companion to be introduced is Ryan (Tosin Cole). He is seen watching the soccer on his phone while eating a fry up in a typical British cafe. But his moment is interrupted by a rattling furniture before a gold flash slows his world momentarily. The scene later cuts to a hand which dips his toast into his egg. Ryan is left shocked when everything goes back to normal in a split of second.

Somewhere in the trailer, Yasmin (Mandip Gill) is also watching the World Cup with her friends. She has an empty pizza box on her lap, but after a mysterious golden flash appears, her pizza box is magically full.

The last companion is Bradley Walsh's Graham. He is seen waiting for his order at a restaurant while reading a newspaper. The flash later comes, offering a glimpse of a pair of boots leaving the restaurant. Graham decides to ignore it before he surprisingly finds that the newspaper he's reading has been traded for a copy of The Beano Summer Special from 1981.

This is interesting as it's actually an Easter Egg that "Doctor Who" apparently puts in the teaser. Fans are familiar with the comic since Matt Smith's Doctor is a fan of it.

The teaser concludes with Jodie's Doctor who is smiling brightly. Judging by the background, it looks like she will reveal herself to Graham first.

Season 11 of "Doctor Who" will arrive on BBC this fall. However, for fans who are eager to get to know more of the new Doctor, the show will hold a panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 19. Alongside Jodie, Mandip, Tosin and Bradley will be among the panelist.

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