In a recent interview with Newsweek, actress Lucy Lawless, known for her work on shows such as ‘Xena: The Warrior Princess’ and ‘Ash Vs. Evil Dead’, would love to follow in Jodie Whittaker’s footsteps and play the new version of the Doctor in ‘Doctor Who’.
“I would love to do that,” she explained. “You want roles with a touch of humor. It helps you navigate the day. Comedy is always a great way to work.
Recalling that the 13th season of the series marks the farewell of Whittaker in the lead role and is titled ‘Doctor Who: Flux’.
The first episode aired yesterday October 31.
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It should be remembered that Russell T. Davies, producer who led the revival of the “Doctor Who” series in 2005, will return to production as a showrunner, starting in the year 2023.
His return coincides with the series’ 60th anniversary, but the network has already said Davies will remain involved in the new seasons.
And through an official statement, the producer celebrated his return to the television saga, praising the work of Chris Chibnall. At the time, he still believed that until 2023 he would remain a keen spectator.
“I’m really excited to be able to come back to my favorite series. But we’ve been traveling way too fast and there’s a whole series with Jodie Whittaker’s brilliant doctor that I can enjoy with my friend and hero Chris Chibnall in charge – I’m still a spectator at the moment.
Check out the synopsis for the next cycle:
She is back. The 13th Doctor returns for the 13th season of the series which will feature six episodes. Since their last epic battle in the Dalek Revolution, the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and Yaz (Mandip Hill) have explored the universe together – but now that the Doctor is questioning everything about her past, she will no doubt seek answers.
Recalling that John Bishop is also part of the new season as Dan Lewis. Jacob Anderson will make his production debut as a regular character named Jacob.
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