Hall H Debut Of New ‘Doctor Who’ Unveils New Season Teaser

Brenda Watkins
July 20, 2018

She uttered a quiet "brilliant" before her spaceship, the TARDIS, started to explode, throwing her out the doors and plummeting towards the ground.

Whittaker has said she is confident there will not be similar revelations related to Doctor Who in six months time.

Elsewhere, we also get to see more of companions Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill as Graham, Ryan and Yasmin, respectively, as well as some of the wild and wacky adventures that the gang will be embarking on.

Doctor Who season 11 will premiere on BBC One in the United Kingdom and BBC America in the USA in fall 2018. Moffat ran the show for five seasons from 2010 to 2017, largely creating the Eleventh (Matt Smith) and Twelfth (Capaldi) Doctors, all while simultaneously turning fellow BBC series Sherlock into a bad, unwatchable show. "I think there's a lot of new things this year".

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Whittaker says she has approached every scene and encounter as brand new. I really love television when it's a communal experience ...

Whittaker also said that the day before her casting was announced, she spoke with David Tennant, who played the 10th Doctor and with whom she is personal friends.

"You are going to be wonderful, I'm overjoyed", said Good Omens and American Gods creator Neil Gaiman on-camera. Watch the show's new trailer above. "Sometimes in episodes, people's response is different because they're speaking to a woman", she said. That energy will be key in bringing together the new companions (Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole), who were cast due to their "incredible range" which goes hand-in-hand with the varying levels of emotion in the new season, according to Chibnall.

Jodie Whittaker has stated how the gender pay gap controversy won't be an issue for Doctor Who, saying there won't be a "big reveal" in six months. It's a big mainstream-accessible series of 10 varied, exciting standalone stories. Want to see more? Perhaps they will show up in season twelve or perhaps Chibnall is intentionally leading us astray.

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