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BBC Studios Welcomes New Licensing Deals for ‘Doctor Who’

Beeline Creative, Hallmark and Rittenhouse join Team TARDIS.

BBC Studios, the distributor and licensing agent for the action-adventure series “Doctor Who,” is partnering with Beeline Creative, Hallmark and Rittenhouse to bring brand new collectibles to fans in the U.S. later this year. 

“Fans are the lifeblood of ‘Doctor Who.’ Those who have been along for the ride for decades will enjoy adding these collectibles to their collections – and if you’re just joining us, these are great gifts for the ‘Doctor Who’ newbie in your life as well,” says Suzy Raia, vice president, licensing, BBC Studios, Americas.

Beeline Creative is introducing a brand-new line of “Doctor Who” Geeki Tikis mugs. Each Geeki Tikis mug features sculpted detailing true to the characters. The ceramic Geeki Tiki mugs are top-shelf dishwasher and microwave safe and available starting Oct. 7.  Hallmark will launch “Doctor Who” collectible ornaments starting Oct. 2. In a global deal, Rittenhouse Archives will release “Doctor Who”: Series 11 and 12 Trading Cards, featuring autograph cards signed by dozens of cast members. This collection will also feature images and plot synopses from every episode of Series 11 and 12, and much more.  More details will be available in the coming weeks and months from Rittenhouse at

“Doctor Who” is available in the U.S. exclusively on BBC America, with past seasons available to stream on HBO Max. In the U.S., classic “Doctor Who” can be found on BritBox.

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