San Diego Comic-Con is a geek's paradise. It's the one thing many fans of sci-fi and fantasy shows attend every single year. This year is definitely no different. "Doctor Who" fans will be excited as there is a panel in Hall H. Who will be there for the panel? Absolutely all the main people from Season 10 of the hit show.

Yes, you will get to see Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie, Matt Lucas, and Michelle Gomez at the panel for the show. Showrunner Steven Moffat is also going to be there for all your "Who" related questions.

What's the big deal about Hall H?

For those who have never been to San Diego Comic-Con, Hall H won't mean much to you. Well, this is the hall that all fans want their favorite shows to host a panel in. It's the largest room in the whole venue, seating more than 6,500 people! It's the room where all the hit TV shows will be, including the likes of "Supernatural," "Arrow," "The 100," and more.

This isn't the first time "Doctor Who" has appeared in Hall H. It helps that the British-filmed show is now part of BBC America. It has a loyal States fanbase, making it clear that it's a necessity for the biggest Comic Con around the world.

Is this the last SDCC 'Doctor Who' panel?

SDCC 2017 is a big deal for "Doctor Who" fans.

It will be the last panel with Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat. The two are moving on from the show. Capaldi is remaining for the exciting Christmas special, which will likely see the return of two companions (one of those being the now-deceased-but-travelling-the-world Bill Potts). Moffat is writing the Christmas special, making it his swan song from the series.

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The cast at the SDCC 2017 "Doctor Who" panel aren't slated to return for Season 11. There are many theories that Matt Lucas will not return to the show, despite being stuck on a ship that has thousands of Cybermen threatening the existence of the humans. It's unclear whether Gomez's character Missy will return. She was supposedly killed by the previous regeneration of herself, but some fans believe that it was just a trick.

During the panel, there will be a sneak peek of the upcoming "Doctor Who" Christmas special. The panel will take place on July 23, 2017 at 2 p.m. PT. This is not an event to miss. If you need to catch up on the series or want a refresher before the panel, Season 10 is now available on BBC America online. If you miss the panel, you'll likely be able to catch videos online, but it just won't be the same, right?