New Doctor Who to be revealed on Sunday

Pierre Vaugeois
Juillet 17, 2017

The actress said she wanted to "tell the fans not to be scared by my gender". As a British chameleon of impeccable talent, the next saga in the Whovian universe is sure to be in the hands of a master of transformation. Having performed alongside former Doctor David Tennant on the show, and with Broadchurch's showrunner replacing Moffat, it feels like a strong fit. So why else would they do it?

"The 13th season of "#Doctor Who" has been officially announced to have a female lead star. The date was November 23rd 2013, and the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who was on the big screen.

I'm sad because Whittaker felt the need to allay fears that a woman could actually play one of TV's most beloved time travellers in her very first interview. Could the Doctor be a Weasley, and, even more importantly, finally a ginger? It sees the First and Twelfth Doctors meeting in the snow - just as was glimpsed at the end of the recent season finale. Chances are, this year won't be the year that the series challenges its self-imposed limitations. "This opens so many potential new dynamics for the shows".

It was such a strange thing to watch at first and I was slightly confused as well but it did leave me with goosebumps at the end and at one point I was starting to wonder if they were going to make the reveal there and then. That doesn't mean we shouldn't consider female companions. "The 13th Doctor is on her way".

The official Doctor Who Twitter account stated in a video teaser today that the 14th Doctor's identity will be shown following the Wimbeldon Men's Final. Because to me and my husband, George is an iconic guy. "Jodie is an in-demand, funny, inspiring, super-smart force of nature and will bring loads of wit, strength and warmth to the role".

Known as "regeneration", it saw Hartnell stagger into his London police box time machine, the Tardis, and collapse; when the shimmering light subsided, actor Patrick Troughton was in his place. A spokesman for Jodie Whittaker was unavailable for comment. They condescendingly refer to them as 'assistants' in order to highlight their perceived inferiority. Keep it THN for more.

Think Princess Leia in Star Wars, Dana Scully in The X-Files, and of course the groundbreaking Ellen Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver, in the Alien films.

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