If you’re a Doctor Who fan, get ready for a groundbreaking change because the next Time Lord coming out of the TARDIS is a woman! After years and decades of travelling through time, prayers were answered, as this season’s “The Doctor” will be portrayed by Broadchurch actress Jodie Whittaker.
The 35-year-old, still struck over the events, expresses her joy with the latest Doctor Who announcement and mentioned that the show is a representation of “everything that’s exciting about change.” Introduced by BBC One on social media giant Twitter, the thirteenth Doctor’s declaration gained various impact to the show’s fandom. While some Whovians are rejoicing in line with the big reveal, a few fans are drowning in disappointment after hearing this season’s unexpected twist. To relieve Whovians from worries, the actress mentioned that there’s no room for fear since fans are coping up with plenty of changes over the course of the show and added that this is just one of the “different” changes arriving in the future seasons.
Jodi Whittaker’s first Doctor Who appearance will be on the show’s Christmas Special to be aired on December 25, 2017. – One, Two, Therese