2017 was the year of sadness and excitement for Doctor Who fans. In early 2017, current Doctor at the time Peter Capaldi announced he would be stepping down as the Doctor and Series 10 (ending in July 2017) would be his final series. Capaldi, [Pearl] Mackie and [Matt] Lucas all bowed out in the Christmas Special “Twice Upon a Time,” which saw David Bradley portray the First Doctor.
In 2017, it was announced that Peter Capaldi will be departing the hit BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who. Capaldi played the Doctor from 2014-2017 before handing over the TARDIS key to Jodie Whittaker—the first female to take on the main lead.
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2005 saw the highly anticipated return of Doctor Who when writer, Russell T Davies, revived the show after it was cancelled in the 80s. Actor, Christopher Eccleston, was cast as the Ninth Doctor, who was accompanied by Billie Piper, actress of Rose Tyler.
Peter Capaldi played the Twelfth Doctor from August 2013 until December 2017, when he bowed out in the Christmas Special "Twice Upon a Time." For his final series as the Doctor, Capaldi was joined by Pearl Mackie, who played Bill Potts, and Matt Lucas, who played cyborg Nardole. The trio travelled far into the future and the past, battling many monsters, including the fan favourite Ice Warriors, the Monks, the Master and, of course, the (Mondasian) Cybermen.
Doctor Who Series 11, which aired in 2018, broke records with its first episode, "The Woman Who Fell to Earth." Nearly 11 million viewers saw Jodie Whittaker in her debut episode that sparked a unique series of ten standalone episodes with all new writers, actors, directors and monsters.