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Fans Are Losing Their Minds Over The First Trailer For Jodie Whittaker As ‘Doctor Who’

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Everyone knows that San Diego Comic Con is where the big premieres drop, which contributes to the hype each year. As expected, several major moments filled the perpetually packed Hall H, with one of the most significant arguably featuring a certain Doctor. Crowds erupted as Jodie Whittaker took the stage.

The Doctor Is In

At the popular convention, fans were greeted with the first look at the trailer for the upcoming Doctor Who season. During the World Cup finals, the whole world got their first glimpse at the new season in a brief teaser trailer. The 50-second trailer has since been posted online.

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The panel, which was done in front of 6,000 devoted fans, featured producer Chris Chibnall and star Jodie Whittaker. Outside of the trailer, not much was revealed during the event. Whittaker, however, did state how much she is enjoying her new role. “I felt as if I was very much in someone else’s shoes, which is an amazing way to start this journey,” she said.

The Universe Is Calling

Last year, Jodie Whittaker was revealed as the 13th Doctor, making her the first female Doctor in the series’ history. She officially made her debut in the Christmas episode “Twice Upon a Time.” In the episode, she finds herself falling towards Earth after her regeneration.

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Since the ’80s, plans to bring in a female Doctor have been tossed around. Oscar-nominated actresses Helen Mirren and Judi Dench were once suggested for the role.

Born To Save The Universe

The new season of Doctor Who airs this fall on BBC America. Aside from Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill, Tosin Cole, and Bradley Walsh will also join the cast. Filming for the show will conclude next month.

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Unfortunately, musical director/composer Murray Gold won’t be a part of this new chapter. Gold, who has done music for the show since 2005, left the program earlier this year. He will be replaced by Segun Akinola.

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