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'Doctor Who' Season 7 trailer: Daleks, Daleks & more Daleks

A brand new trailer for Season 7 of "Doctor Who" hit the web Thursday with footage that wasn't revealed during the show's panel at San Diego Comic Con in July.

The Doctor, dinosaurs and tons of Daleks! Not to mention hints at the deaths fans are probably not ready to see. The clip ends with Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) unconscious in the arms of Doctor Who (Matt Smith).

"Who killed all the Daleks?" asks Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill), Amy's husband.

"Who do you think?" the Doctor says.

But we won't say goodbye to the Ponds for a handful of episodes, so what else do we see with the companions? The threesome standing in the middle of thousands of Daleks, with the Doctor challenging them. Dinosaurs ... on a spaceship! A couple of giant robot-looking thingies. Amy and the Doctor arguing in another scene from the Western episode. River Song! And, of course, the Weeping Angels.

The new trailer furthers the hints presented in the Season 7 key art (above) released earlier this week, in which we see the Time Lord carrying Amy amongst a variety of standing Daleks.

Jenna-Louse Coleman, who plays the Doctor's new companion, will join the show sometime after the fifth episode--after the departure of Gillan and Darvill. Season 7 guest stars include David Bradley, Rupert Graves and Mark Williams.

I'll have more from Comic Con conversations with the cast and producers of "Doctor Who" soon. Check out the first trailer by clicking here. The new trailer is below. What do you think of it? Excited for Season 7?

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