MA Media and Communication Student at the University of Portsmouth - Massive Doctor Who Fan.
Mental health: a topic that isn’t spoken about enough. The coronavirus pandemic: something is so widely spoken about. It is there when you go to sleep. It is there when you close your eyes. It is there when you wake up. What do you get when you combine mental health and a pandemic ripped to a million pieces by the media? A great big crushing war with yourself.
Following the departure of Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole in “Revolution of the Daleks”, Series 13 of Doctor Who is already shaping up to be a cracker. Comedian John Bishop has already been announced as the new companion called Dan, who will join Jodie Whittaker and Mandip Gill in the next series.
- Warning: This article includes spoilers - Doctor Who has been treating us big time this year. On New Year’s Day, Jodie Whittaker returned as the Thirteenth Doctor in an extended series 12 opener, which saw the return of the Master, played by Sacha Dhawan. As the series continued, old faces – including the Judoon – made an appearance.
Doctor Who returned this year with Series 12; Jodie Whittaker’s second series as the Thirteenth Doctor. The twelfth series proved to be widely popular and a massive step up from Series 11, including the return of familiar enemies, planets and companions.
This article contains spoilers for The Haunting of Hill House & Bly Manor – Read at your own risk 2020 has been one bumpy year; that’s something we can all agree on, right? Isolation and lockdown have given us the opportunity to binge watch a lot of television. No matter the genre, there is something out there for everyone.
Well, 2020 has been eventful, wouldn’t you agree? Putting reality aside for now; stepping into the Whoniverse, 2020 graced us with a brand-new series of Doctor Who with Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor. We can all agree that Series 12 was one big step up from Series 11, and that wasn’t because of all the twists and shocks.
Doctor Who Series 12 was filled with many shocks, surprises and twists, leaving fans with plenty of content and information to pull apart and speculate on as we await the upcoming festive special and new series. If you are yet to watch the twelfth series of the hit BBC series, read at your own risk.
Doctor Who is notable for a number of things. The adventures through time and space, the police box shaped TARDIS, and of course, that epic theme tune. Over the years, we’ve been taken to many planets, seen new worlds, met new people, laughed, cried been shocked.