Jodie Whittaker – More San Diego Comic-Con Full Panels and Interviews – Doctor Who

Jodie Whittaker
Jodie Whittaker (above) appeared on another San Diego Comic-Con panel – Entertainment Weekly’s Women Who Kick Ass Comic-Con Panel, as well as making a surprise appearance on the catwalk!

Add to that, interviews with TV Line and MTV, the latter two featuring other cast members from the new series!

Check out the videos below:





Previously on DVDfever:

July 23rd:

Jodie Whittaker (above) went to San Diego Comic-Con to talk about Doctor Who, and not only did the official Doctor Who Youtube channel put her teaser online, but BBC America have posted her entire appearance at the panel, there!

Check out the videos below:



July 19th:

Jodie Whittaker (above) is the 13th Doctor in BBC’s Doctor Who and now, the series trailer has been released, and there’s more of the new companions, played by Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill.

Now, when will they actually get on with telling us when it’s released?

Check out the trailer below:


July 15th:

Jodie Whittaker (above) is the 13th Doctor in BBC’s Doctor Who, a new teaser trailer has been released which shows how the new companions are called because… The Universe Is Calling!

Check out the trailer below:


Previously on DVDfever:

July 1st 2018:

Jodie Whittaker (above) is the 13th Doctor in BBC’s Doctor Who, and two new pictures have been leaked of her outfit, as well as the Sonic Screwdriver. A clip had also been leaked, but has since been taken down. Check out the pics below.



November 9th 2017:

Jodie Whittaker rummages in Primark bargain bins for new Doctor Who outfit

Yes, her outfit has been revealed. Alas, it looks like she’s gone down to Primark and had a rummage through their “under £5” sale.

You can see her new outfit below, but she will take control of the TARDIS in Doctor Who after Peter Capaldi hangs up his sonic screwdriver on Christmas Day.

I’m not 100% sure whether she’s the right decision for the part, but I know she’ll be a damn sight better than other contenders including Kris Marshall and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, from the godawful men-hating Fleabag.

Who would I have preferred? I think Paterson Joseph (Peep Show) would’ve been a great choice, but they always wanted to go with someone younger since Capaldi doesn’t sell as many toys given he’s older.


Jodie Whittaker has previously taken a primary role in BBC1’s Trust Me, as well as ITV’s Broadchurch, created by the new Who showrunner Chris Chibnall, and it was also often touted that if there was going to be a woman from that series that it could be the brilliant Olivia Colman. Or could it have been another man in the form of David Tennant? 😉

I think, from that series, the real left-field choice would’ve been Arthur Darvill, best known as Amy Pond’s other half, Rory.

Anyhoo, one of the plusses for Ms Whittaker is that, like with Matt Smith, I don’t know a huge amount of her work beforehand, so she has a much more blank slate than anyone else up for the role, so she could well be the better choice out of any of them.


One other thing I have seen her in was the Black Mirror episode, The Entire History of You, opposite Toby Kebbell (Ben Hur). Damn, what I’d give to be able to record everything that I see while I’m out and about. That said, a recent episode of BBC News’ Click also had a bloke with a bionic eye who can record what he sees (although I don’t fancy losing an eye to do that).

And I’m glad that Steven Moffat is going. He showed great promise with episodes such as Blink, before he took over, but things went downhill with him in charge, just as when Russell T Davies did before him.

Anyhoo, check out Jodie Whittaker’s new get-up below as The Doctor.

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