Jodie Whittaker has stated that it is right for her to quit Doctor Who

Jodie Whittaker, the current Doctor Who, stated that it is right for her to quit Doctor who. She has spoken out for the first time about why she is quitting the series.

The 13th Doctor star recently announced her departure from Doctor Who, along with showrunner Chris Chibnall, following series 13 and a series of specials set to air next year. When Digital Spy and other journalists attended the series 13 press event, Jodie said that she’d always planned on doing three seasons as The Doctor.

“We’ve been quite present,” she said, “but you have to respect the performance and everything.” ” There was a time when they stated, ‘We want to do three seasons.’ However, no one holds you accountable. As a result, there was constantly a debate [about how long to stay]. It was always changing.

“However, once you’ve made that decision… I can’t picture anyone else writing it, because this Doctor is Chris’ Doctor.” It’s the right thing to do for me, but if everyone comes up to you forever and says, ‘I’m a Doctor Who fan,’ that’s an absolute thrill because it’s been so much fun.”

Jodie acknowledged to having mixed emotions as her time as The Doctor draws to an end and a new era begins for the next person to play the part. “Even thinking about it bothers me,” she remarked, “but this program needs new life.” “The interesting thing about this section, Doctor, is that you place your hand on your boots.”

“And I’m not sure who it is, but whomever it is, what a wonderful thing to be able to do, you’re going to have a great day!” In the United Kingdom, Doctor Who is shown on BBC One. In the United States, the show airs on BBC America, with series 1-12 available on HBO Max. Doctor Who: Flux (Series 13) will premiere on October 31.


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