Doctor Who fans have seen the Time Lord change identity a total of thirteen times since the BBC sci-fi series began in 1963. The most recent Doctor has been Jodie Whittaker, the first female actor to take the role, but despite winning over a legion of fans, she isn’t the favourite amongst viewers.
It has been revealed the Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, is the favourite Time Lord of all time.
A recent poll showed he was the early favourite from the start but Jodie was close to taking the title.
While both Doctors took 21 percent of the overall pole vote, David edged ahead with an extra 100 votes.
Jodie eventually placed second with her predecessor, Peter Capaldi, coming in third with 18 percent of the final vote.
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“And, as we go through this space opera, to have all these characters brought so clearly to life by a whole range of wonderful actors, it’s been a treat.”
Meanwhile, it’s been reported while the Doctor Who Christmas special is wrapped and ready for broadcast, Jodie and her co-stars are only just returning to set to film the next series.
Speaking about the delay to season 13, a source told The Mirror: “Shooting safely is a slow process.
“If here is a series finished and ready to go next year, it will be nothing short of a miracle.”
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