Press Association 2021
Jodie Whittaker has finished filming Doctor Who after previously announcing that she will be leaving the program.
The actress, 39, said in July that she would leave the science fiction drama after taking over Tardis as the first female doctor in 2017.
The program’s official Twitter page said the actress had finished filming her next episode.
Along with a photo of Dr. Who’s pair with a clapperboard, the tweet said: Jodie Whittaker and Mandip Gill have finished shooting. “
Whittaker will appear in a new series of programs later this year, before ending the BBC show with three specials next year.
The first special will air on New Year’s Day 2022, the second in late spring, and the third in the fall of 2022, played by doctors, forming part of the BBC’s 100th Anniversary.
Whittaker resigned after three series under Tardis, following in the footsteps of his predecessors such as Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi.
Gil, who plays Yasmine, a doctor’s assistant, also participated in the program in 2017.
Showrunner Chris Chibnall will also leave the program and be replaced by Russell T. Davis.
Behind the 2005 Time Lord revival, Davis previously left the show in 2009.
Jodie Whittaker finishes shooting Doctor Who
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