Jodie Whittaker expel as Doctor Who’s first womanlike lead


After months of aspiring expectation from fans, BBC finally announced this morning that singer Jodie Whittaker will be holding on the role of the 13th Doctor in the eleventh series of Doctor Who.

Whittaker will be the first womanlike singer to hold the role in the show’s 54-year history. The time-traveling sci-fi show first went on the air in 1963. The 12th Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, announced his retirement from the role in Dec after 4 years as the Time Lord.

Known to general audiences by her roles in cinema like Attack the Block, Whittaker is maybe best famous as starring in the ITV crime series Broadchurch.

The proclamation was done following the finish of today’s Wimbledon Men’s Final and showcased Whittaker getting the pivotal to TARDIS.  The arriving series will likely start airing in late 2018.

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