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New Doctor Who announced as Ncuti Gatwa to replace Jodie Whittaker

It’s official – there’s a new doctor! Ncuti Gatwa was nominated for Doctor Who’s Jodie Whitaker. He will assume an iconic role under the supervision of Russell T Davies when he returns as a Doctor Who showrunner in 2023. Davis initially oversaw the show’s revival from 2005 to 2009.

Gatwa, 29, is best known for her role as Eric Effiong in Sex Education and will soon have a role in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film as well. Talking about getting the role, he spoke to BBC News, explaining that he had to keep a secret from February. The actor said, “It’s amazing. It’s such an honor. This role is institutional and very symbolic.”

Gatwa added the most exciting point, acknowledging that he can’t wait to “fight the aliens.” “It’s going to be really creative and I’m looking forward to taking on that role because it’s something I’m already doing,” he said.

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After the announcement, many Doctor Who alumni showed a warm response, congratulating the star. Georgia Tennant, who played Dr. Jenny’s daughter in the show, just tweeted: “Hello Father.” While Amy Pond was a star Karen Gillan He shared the excitement on Twitter with the caption, “We have a new doctor!!!!”

Former doctor Matt Smith shared his thoughts. Paris Fan Festival. He said, “I think he’s going to be great. I think he’s going to be really great. I think it’s an inspired cast, and I’m with Russell, the great leader of this show.” Sylvester McCoy during Seventh Doctor Tweet: “Welcome to Ncuti and happy to welcome other Scots!”

The actors who appeared together in God Was sex education also shared their excitement and congratulated the actors. Maeve star Emma Mackey wrote “My Doctor” and Otis actress Asa Butterfield wrote it. written: “Unbelievable, the most valuable person in the world. Wow!

Whitaker will make his final appearance as the 13th Doctor in the 100th anniversary special in the fall of 2022. Not much has been revealed except for their final goodbye. Short teaser of the show. In this creepy clip, the master tells her, “Today is the day you die.”

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New Doctor Who announced as Ncuti Gatwa to replace Jodie Whittaker

It’s official – we have our new Doctor! Ncuti Gatwa has been named as Jodie Whittaker’s replacement in Doctor Who. He’ll be taking on the iconic role in 2023 under Russell T Davies’ watchful eye when he returns to Doctor Who as showrunner. Davies initially helmed the show’s revival from 2005 until 2009.
29-year-old Gatwa is best known for playing Eric Effiong in Sex Education and also has an upcoming role in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film. Speaking about landing the part, he opened up to BBC News, explaining he’s had to keep the secret since February. The actor said: “It feels really amazing. It’s a true honor. This role is an institution and it’s so iconic.” 
Adding what he was most excited about, Gatwa admitted he cannot wait to “battle aliens”. He continued: “The job is gonna be – and is already – really creatively fulfilling, so I’m just excited to take on the role.”

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Reactions have been pouring in following the announcement, with plenty of Doctor Who alumni congratulating the star. Georgia Tennant, who played the Doctor’s daughter Jenny on the show, simply tweeted: “Hello Dad.” While Amy Pond star Karen Gillan shared her excitement on Twitter, writing: “We have a new doctor!!!!!”
Former Doctor Matt Smith shared his thoughts at the Paris Fan Festival. He said: “I think he’s going to be brilliant, I think he’s going to be truly brilliant. I think it’s an inspired piece of casting, and along with Russell, who’s such a great leader of that show.” While the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy tweeted: “Welcome Ncuti, and especially delighted to welcome another Scot!”
Gatwa’s Sex Education co-stars also shared their excitement, congratulating the actor. Maeve star Emma Mackey wrote “My Doctor” while Otis actor Asa Butterfield penned: “Incredible, the most deserving man out there. Wowowowowow!!”
Whittaker will be making her final appearance as the 13th Doctor in the special centenary episode in Autumn 2022. Not much has been revealed about her final send-off yet, aside from a brief teaser from the show. This sees the Master telling her, “this is the day you die” in a chilling clip.
Stuck on what to watch next? Check out our list of the best sci-fi movies of all time.

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New Doctor Who announced as Ncuti Gatwa to replace Jodie Whittaker

It’s official – we have our new Doctor! Ncuti Gatwa has been named as Jodie Whittaker’s replacement in Doctor Who. He’ll be taking on the iconic role in 2023 under Russell T Davies’ watchful eye when he returns to Doctor Who as showrunner. Davies initially helmed the show’s revival from 2005 until 2009.
29-year-old Gatwa is best known for playing Eric Effiong in Sex Education and also has an upcoming role in Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film. Speaking about landing the part, he opened up to BBC News, explaining he’s had to keep the secret since February. The actor said: “It feels really amazing. It’s a true honor. This role is an institution and it’s so iconic.” 
Adding what he was most excited about, Gatwa admitted he cannot wait to “battle aliens”. He continued: “The job is gonna be – and is already – really creatively fulfilling, so I’m just excited to take on the role.”

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Reactions have been pouring in following the announcement, with plenty of Doctor Who alumni congratulating the star. Georgia Tennant, who played the Doctor’s daughter Jenny on the show, simply tweeted: “Hello Dad.” While Amy Pond star Karen Gillan shared her excitement on Twitter, writing: “We have a new doctor!!!!!”
Former Doctor Matt Smith shared his thoughts at the Paris Fan Festival. He said: “I think he’s going to be brilliant, I think he’s going to be truly brilliant. I think it’s an inspired piece of casting, and along with Russell, who’s such a great leader of that show.” While the Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy tweeted: “Welcome Ncuti, and especially delighted to welcome another Scot!”
Gatwa’s Sex Education co-stars also shared their excitement, congratulating the actor. Maeve star Emma Mackey wrote “My Doctor” while Otis actor Asa Butterfield penned: “Incredible, the most deserving man out there. Wowowowowow!!”
Whittaker will be making her final appearance as the 13th Doctor in the special centenary episode in Autumn 2022. Not much has been revealed about her final send-off yet, aside from a brief teaser from the show. This sees the Master telling her, “this is the day you die” in a chilling clip.
Stuck on what to watch next? Check out our list of the best sci-fi movies of all time.

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