Hold onto your butts! The official trailer for the upcoming season of Doctor Who starring Jodie Whittaker has arrived and it is glorious.

In the thrilling new preview, Whittaker takes charge as the new Time Lord dodging laser beams, huge explosions and even casual sexism. But don't expect the Thirteen to be jaded by real-world social politics. She remains refreshingly optimistic, offering a helping hand to anyone willing to take it.

"I'm the Doctor. When people need help, I never refuse," she says in the video.

Prepare for an EPIC Doctor Who Marathon Leading Up to Season 11!

And while we can't wait to see Whittaker's Doctor, who looks to be one of the most charming ones yet, it's impossible to ignore the giant elephant in the room — the Tardis. Sure, it exploded last season but it can't be gone for good... can it? We sure hope not!

The upcoming season finds the Doctor setting out with three new companions — Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham (Bradley Walsh) — who are ready to dive deep into the action alongside the iconic alien. And while details surrounding the new season remain scarce, we do have the synopsis for the first two episodes which you can check out below!

Episode 1: "The Woman Who Fell To Earth"
Airdate: Sunday, Oct. 7
Description: "We don't get aliens in Sheffield." In a South Yorkshire city, Ryan Sinclair, Yasmin Khan and Graham O'Brien are about to have their lives changed forever as a mysterious woman, unable to remember her own name, falls from the night sky. Can they believe a word she says? And can she help solve the strange events taking place across the city?
Guest starring: Sharon D. Clarke, Johnny Dixon and Samuel Oatley.
Written by: Chris Chibnall
Directed by: Jamie Childs.

Episode 2: "The Ghost Monument"
Airdate: Sunday, Oct. 14
Description: Still reeling from their first encounter, can the Doctor and her new friends stay alive long enough in a hostile alien environment to solve the mystery of Desolation? And just who are Angstrom and Epzo?
Guest starring: Shaun Dooley, Susan Lynch and Art Malik.
Written by: Chris Chibnall
Directed by:
Mark Tonderai

Look out for the new season of Doctor Who which is set to premiere on Sunday, Oct. 7 on BBC America.