On Doctor Who, who will take Jodie Whittaker’s place? Three stars are expected to take over.

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On Doctor Who, who will take Jodie Whittaker’s place? Three stars are expected to take over.

Jodie Whittaker, the actress who plays Doctor Who, has decided to leave the programme. So, who will be the TARDIS’s next passenger?

When actress Jodie Whittaker, who has appeared in shows such as Broadchurch, Accused, and Trust Me, joined the cast of Doctor Who, she created history. She was the first actress to play the Time Lord on the BBC One series, and she made quite an impression on the audience. Whittaker has sadly decided to depart the position after only four years, leaving the famous post vacant.

Whittaker was hired by showrunner Chris Chibnall, who took over the show in the same year, and became the Time Lord in 2017.

She established herself as one of the best physicians in recent years after being rated the second most popular of all time, after David Tennant, in a Radio Times poll of more than 50,000 people.

Chibnall and Whittaker will both be departing the sci-fi drama after receiving numerous awards and nominations for their work.

“At the start of this once-in-a-lifetime explosion, Jodie and I struck a ‘three series and out’ contract with each other,” he remarked.

“Now that our shift is over, we’re returning the TARDIS keys.

“Jodie’s beautiful, iconic Doctor has surpassed all of our lofty expectations. She’s been the gold standard leading lady, carrying the burden of being the first female Doctor with grace, strength, kindness, charity, and wit.

“She captivated the public imagination and continues to inspire admiration from everyone involved in the production all over the world.

“I can’t fathom working with a more motivating Doctor, so I won’t!”

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There have been a few familiar individuals in the running for the time-traveling role for quite some time.

With 4/1 odds, Channel 4’s It’s A Sini star Olly Alexander might be next, according to Ladbrokes.

He was nominated for a BAFTA for his performance in the gripping drama, and he might be interested in taking on a new role.

Alexander rose to prominence as the lead singer of Years and Years, a boyband.

Kris Marshall, a former Death in Paradise actor, is next in line with 6/1 odds.

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