“Doctor Who” fans know that it isn’t just the TARDIS that travels. The show likes to find a new streaming home every few years too. The BBC America drama is on the move again.

At one point, “Doctor Who” was found on Netflix, but then, Amazon Prime scooped up the exclusive streaming rights. It has lived there since March 2016, but it’ll say goodbye to Amazon in Spring 2020. Don’t expect it to go back to Netflix, though. Anyone who wants to stream “Doctor Who” will need to subscribe to a new streaming service.

“Doctor Who” will start streaming exclusively on HBO Max next year. The WarnerMedia streaming service, which hasn’t launched yet, will have all 11 seasons of the rebooted “Who.”

According to Variety, HBO Max has licensed quite a few BBC shows, including “Luther,” “Top Gear” and the original U.K. version of “The Office.” (NBC Universal’s upcoming streaming service will host the U.S. version after it leaves Netflix.)

“Doctor Who” is currently on hiatus. Season 11, which aired last year, introduced Jodie Whitaker as the titular character, but Season 12 won’t air until 2020. It isn’t clear if HBO Max will host new episodes after they air each week (like Hulu) or wait for the season to complete (like Netflix).

HBO Max has been lining up plenty of content (with originals including a “Gossip Girl” show as well as new series from Reese Witherspoon and Greg Berlanti), but the specifics are still unclear.

Details are expected to be unveiled this fall. An Oct. 29 investors meeting will reportedly reveal more info about not just original content but also the price point and launch date.

The price is rumored to be on the high end for a streaming service. Reports claim that HBO Max could cost as much as $17 a month. Veteran streamer Netflix costs $15.99 per month for a premium subscription, but there are plan options for as low as $8.99 a month. Disney+, which will launch in November, is kicking off with a low price point at just $6.99 per month.