Monday, 22 October, 2018

New Doctor Who Trailer Shows the 13th Doctor in Action

Jodie Whitaker's Doctor Who Gets A Shift On In Series 11 Trailer New Doctor Who Trailer Gives Our Best Look Yet at the Show's Fresh Start
Adrian Cunningham | 21 September, 2018, 03:56

She may wind up being prone to questionable judgment or the occasional goofy exploit, as have so many of her forebears, but what we see thus far in the Thirteenth Doctor is a real hero, and one we're pumped to spend a series with.

There's a lot of running through spaceships and across presumably alien planets. And boy, it is glorious. If you ask me, the show could benefit from some new blood and new ideas, so I'm all for these changes. "And I do what I can". Whittaker is the first female to play the role. There's always a seismic tonal shift whenever a new Doctor boards the TARDIS, but season 11 feels like a new show altogether, one that sheds the gloom and doom of previous seasons (though Capaldi's swan song felt like the beginning of that pivotal turning point). But today, for the very first time, we finally got to see Thirteen and her three new companions in action. In the trailer, Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill), and Graham (Bradley Walsh) face off against some shadowy and very creepy-looking monsters-most of which will be unfamiliar to both new and old fans of the show, according to showrunner Chris Chibnall. Also, the trailer didn't have any teases for classic Doctor Who villains like the Daleks and Cybermen, which were on the verge of overuse.

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The family sci-fi drama will return to BBC on October 7, with the full series airing on Sunday nights for the first time in the show's five-decade-long history.