Former Doctor Peter Davidson talked about Jodie Whittaker's Doctor Who casting as "the loss of a role model for boys." Colin Baker thinks that's "absolute rubbish."
Earlier this week, the BBC came under fire when it revealed that its male TV personalities are paid substantially more than its female personalities across the board. So it's a bit of good publicity (and good business) that new Doctor...Show More Summary
Former Doctor Who artist Dave Gibbons had a few things to say about the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the series' next Doctor. The post Dave Gibbons Responds To Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who Casting appeared first on CBR.
Thanks to the whining of all the backwards sexist creeps on the internet, we cannot stop laughing at the synopsis for Whittaker's upcoming BBC1 miniseries.
The Twelfth Doctor is dying, acting out his final scenes against a tumultuous backdrop of Whovian uncertainty. Doctor Who announced Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor, and the news was met with cheers and jeers alike. Some fans,...Show More Summary
In what can only be described as a win for gender equality throughout time and space, The Hollywood Reporter says that the BBC has confirmed that new Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker will be paid relatively the same amount as outgoing Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi. Show More Summary
With the smash success of Wonder Woman and the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the new Doctor Who, it seems an effort is being made by the frontrunners in fantasy and sci-fi to allow women a spot at the top of what was traditionally a boys’ club. Show More Summary
When it was announced that the new Doctor Who would be played by Broadchurch’s Jodie Whittaker – making the Doctor a woman for the first time ever – many took to the internet to vent their misogynistic frustrations. Fortunately, BBC had a perfect clap back, but unfortunately, BBC has also ... More »
The BBC has officially responded to negative reactions to Jodie Whittaker's casting as The Doctor through its online complaints portal. The post BBC Responds to Female Doctor Who Complaints appeared first on CBR.
Big news on the Doctor Who front broke over the weekend when BBC revealed that actress Jodie Whittaker will be the next person to play the Doctor. Not everybody was happy about a woman as the Doctor, and BBC has a response for them.
This week, the BBC unveiled the identity of the 13th Doctor, and as with all Doctor Who castings, there was inevitable complaining -- some more than usual however, because the 13th Doctor is Jodie Whittaker, the first female Doctor. Today the BBC released its official response to the complaints, and it's basically, "It's canon, so deal with it." More »
When I first saw the trailer announcing Jodie Whittaker as Doctor Who's 13th Doctor, I got chills and goosebumps. It felt like something big was happening. Something momentous, not just for this sci-fi show I loved, but for pop culture in general. Hell, for the world. It's interesting to think that, at the beginning of my time as a Whovian, I wouldn't have felt the same way.
The BBC has heard the outrage over Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who casting and they … don’t care. In a new statement, BCC One has addressed complaints from fans head-on: “Some viewers contacted us unhappy that Jodie Whittaker has been cast as the new Doctor.” Well, the BBC reminds, the Doctor ... More »
Keep weeping, snowflakes — the BBC don't give a fuck! On Sunday, it was revealed that Jodie Whittaker would play the first female Time Lord in the hit series Doctor Who, and most fans were jumping for joy. Of course, a few less-evolved fans were upset over a woman (gasp!) playing the 13th Doctor and criticized the [...]
On Sunday, the BBC announced that Jodie Whittaker will become the first woman to take on the role of the Doctor on the long-running sci-fi series Doctor Who. The backlash from small-minded trolls upset that a woman would be playing a role supposedly meant for a man was swift, vehement and absurd.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker
Chances are you've read some tweet or think piece about the new star of Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker. Gasp! Yes, the Doctor will be a woman. You may recognize Whittaker from...
The BBC has crafted a perfect statement to respond to those upset that they have cast Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor Who after a string of males held the role. The news was announced over the weekend that Jodie would be taking over the role, and some on Twitter began immediately rejoicing. However, [...]
The Sun and Mail Online were more disgusting than misogynist fanboys freaking out about the casting.
Last weekend, it was announced that Jodie Whittaker would be playing the 13th iteration of Doctor Who, a time-traveling immortal extraterrestrial with two hearts. The most common critique of this casting was that it was simply not realistic—no,...Show More Summary
We are all, by now, aware that the next Time Lord is not a man. Here are some more interesting facts about the celebrated British actress. read more