Episode 3 sees 'Doctor Who' challenge ideas about race in honour of Bill.
The third episode of 'Doctor Who' series 10 is coming this weekend, and with it some very serious themes regarding race and the 'whitewashing' of history. Previous episodes have already touched on LGBT issues and the dangers of technological advancements, but this could be the most important episode yet.
With the Doctor's (Peter Capaldi) latest companion being the mixed-race Bill (Pearl Mackie), she's raised some questions about how her race might affect how people treat her when they go back in time in the TARDIS in the next episode 'Thin Ice'. Of course, the Doctor's seen more race wars in the history of the universe than anyone, so we're sure he'll have some insightful comments to make on this subject.
Continue reading: Race Becomes An Important Theme For 'Doctor Who' Season 10
He doesn't think he'd be able to continue to do his best work.
'Doctor Who' returned to our screens this weekend, gaining rave reviews for what would be the start of Peter Capaldi's final outing as the titular character in the long-running sci-fi series. Though we know his regeneration is right around the corner, we're not exactly sure when or how it will take place, or even who will be stepping into Capaldi's shoes once all is said and done.
Series 10 will be Peter Capaldi's last in the titular role on 'Doctor Who'
Joining the show in late 2013, Capaldi took the reins as The Twelfth Doctor from Matt Smith, who had served in the position for almost four years. Capaldi was quite an odd choice to step into the Doctor's shoes and didn't immediately earn the same sort of reviews as his predecessors, but as time went on and he got more comfortable in the role, he proved that he was exactly the right man for the job.
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We know the Doctor is an alien, but this time round he's going to be more 'alien' than ever before.
'Doctor Who' continues to be one of the most talked-about series the world has ever seen, garnering fans across the globe and bringing a huge slate of talent to the small screen. Currently, Peter Capaldi is serving as the titular Doctor, but the upcoming 10th series will be his last.
Peter Capaldi stars as the titular 'Doctor Who'
Despite that, he's still excited about showing fans what he has left to give as a slew of new episodes are right around the corner, with storylines and plot details being kept closely under wraps. Capaldi however is unafraid to tease a little of what we should expect when the show makes its comeback.
This Doctor won't be saying 'goodbye' in the same way as those who have left the series in recent years.
It's hard to think of cult classic television shows without 'Doctor Who' instantly springing to mind. For decades now, a variety of different actors, crew members and storylines have helped bring the time-travelling titular character to life, gaining legions of fans both old and new throughout the years.
Peter Capaldi is the titular character in 'Doctor Who'
Currently heading into its tenth series on BBC One, Peter Capaldi is the actor taking on the role of the Doctor, but when all is said and done this time round, he'll be replaced by an as-of-now unannounced new face. Rumours even suggest that for the first time, the regenerated new Doctor may be a woman.
Continue reading: 'Doctor Who': Peter Capaldi Teases "Complicated" Regeneration
The character won't just play the role of a fool...
Every time 'Doctor Who' returns to the BBC with a brand new series, it feels like a major event. The turning of the tides within the show comes quicker and faster than ever before, and it's already been revealed that this batch of new episodes will be Peter Capaldi's last in the titular role.
Peter Capaldi will bow out as the Doctor in 'Doctor Who' series 10
He's not the only one on the way out, with showrunner Steven Moffat also set to leave his role as head honcho following the wrap-up of series 10, with 'Downton Abbey' veteran Chris Chibnall stepping in to replace him when all is said and done.
Continue reading: Doctor Who's Nardole Will Be "More Devious" In Series 10
'Doctor Who' star Capaldi is quitting the show alongside chief writer Moffat later this year, and he defended their track record.
As they both prepare to exit ‘Doctor Who’ at the end of the upcoming series in 2017, the show’s star Peter Capaldi has defended its chief writer and showrunner Steven Moffat from accusations of misogyny from some quarters.
Moffat’s tenure as the BBC show’s head is coming to an end soon, when he’ll be replaced by Chris Chibnall (of ‘Doctor Who’s sister show ‘Torchwood’ and ITV’s ‘Broadchurch’). However, while many fans have praised Moffat, some have accused him of misogyny and not including enough female characters or storylines around relevant issues.
Peter Capaldi defended his 'Doctor Who' colleague Steven Moffat
The current Time Lord, Peter Capaldi, will leave the tardis after the tenth series which starts in April
The metamorphosis of Doctor Who from Peter Capaldi to an as yet unknown 13th Doctor is due to happen at the end of this, the 10th series and, so far, it’s actress Tilda Swinton who’s the bookies favourite to replace the Scottish actor.
Tilda Swinton to be the new Doctor Who?
The Hollywood actress is the hot favourite to replace the Time Lord and be the first woman to take on the Doctor Who mantle in the process.
Continue reading: Tilda Swinton Is The Bookies' Favourite To Become The Next Doctor Who
The model would follow in the footsteps of the show's current Doctor, Peter Capaldi
Kelly Brook has been a number of things over her long career: model, girl about town, the girlfriend of a number of famous men and an actress. Sadly, the latter has not always been met with success so it may come as a surprise to a few that the star has said she would jump at the chance to be the first female Doctor Who.
Is Kelly Brook hiding acting secrets good enough to become the next Doctor Who?
The former Page 3 girl told Lorraine during an early morning interview that she would describe herself as an "out of work actress".
Continue reading: Kelly Brook Would Love To Be The First Female Doctor Who
Piper played the Doctor's assistant, Rose Tyler, from 2005 to 2006.
With the news that Peter Capaldi will be ending his role as the Time Lord at the end of the upcoming series of ‘Doctor Who’, one of the show’s former stars Billie Piper has called on the BBC to cast a woman in the lead role for the first time.
58 year old Capaldi has held down the role of the Twelfth Doctor since 2013, but he announced on Monday night (January 30th) that he would be making way for another star by the end of the year. He will appear in the forthcoming series in the spring, playing the Doctor for the final time in the 2017 Christmas special.
Billie Piper believes the vacant 'Doctor Who' role should go to a woman
Continue reading: The Next 'Doctor Who' Should Be A Woman, Says Billie Piper
He wants to experience different challenges.
It was going to happen sooner or later, but it still comes as a surprise that Peter Capaldi is set to leave 'Doctor Who' after three years following the completion of the upcoming series. The actor confesses that with the end of his contract approaching, he wants to move on to other projects.
Peter Capaldi is set to leave Doctor Who
Peter Capaldi made his first appearance on the show in the 2013 Christmas episode 'The Time of the Doctor'. He completed two seasons, with his third and final to be aired in the Spring this year. The new season will also mark Steven Moffat's final work on the series after seven years as the lead showrunner.
Continue reading: Peter Capaldi Is Moving On After The Next Series Of 'Doctor Who'
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