The sci-fi's sixth series will continue on BBC One and BBC America on August 27, the panel of Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, writer Toby Whithouse and outgoing executive producers Piers Wenger and Beth Willis confirmed.
Smith and Gillan further teased that fans could expect "huge cliffhangers" and the disclosure of some unexpected "secrets" when Doctor Who's remaining six episodes air.
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"My secret, I've still got. And you still don't know it," Gillan said of her character Amy Pond's future. "It's so exciting! I feel so powerful now."
"Steven [Moffat]'s told Karen something about… we can't even say what it's about," Smith teased. "She's told me what it's about, but she won't say what it is."
Doctor Who's first two episodes back will be entitled 'Let's Kill Hitler' and 'Night Terrors'. The 11th instalment of the sixth season, written by Whithouse, is titled 'The God Complex'.
The show was renewed for a seventh season in June, though its 14 episodes will be spread out between 2012 and 2013.
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