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Jodie Whittaker finishing filming final Doctor Who series

OHMYGOSSIP — Jodie Whittaker has finished filming her final series of ‘Doctor Who’.
The 39-year-old actress – who first stepped into the TARDIS as the first-ever female Doctor in the 2017 Christmas special and then her debut series the following year – is set to leave the sci-fi classic after six-part limited series ‘Doctor Who: Flux’ later this year and then three specials in 2022.
On Wednesday (13.10.21), the show’s official Twitter account revealed Jodie and her co-star Mandip Gill – who is returning as companion Yasmin Khan – are done with the new episodes.
Alongside a photo of them both on set, the ‘Doctor Who’ team wrote: “That’s a wrap! Jodie Whittaker and Mandip Gill have finished filming.”
At the moment, it’s not clear whether or not the shoot was just for the upcoming series, or if this means Jodie has also wrapped up work on her specials.
Fans don’t have long to wait to see Jodie back in the TARDIS, as the BBC recently unveiled a trailer for the eagerly-awaited return, which will get underway on Halloween (31.10.21).
In the 20-second clip, Jodie’s Doctor said in an urgent transmission: “Can you hear me? Listen carefully, we don’t have much time.
“The Flux is coming. It’s bringing with it the Sontarans, Weeping Angels, creatures known as the Ravagers and enemies from across the Universe.
“This is the fight of our lives.”
Stood behind her was Yasmin and new companion Dan Lewis (John Bishop) manning the Tardis.
The latter shouts: “Doctor, we need you!”
And Yasmin says: “I can’t hold it much longer, Doctor.”
The Doctor ends the video with the warning: “It’s coming. Be ready.”
The upcoming run will mark the last instalment for Jodie and longtime showrunner Chris Chibnall, who will be replaced by Russell T Davies – who is returning 12 years after he stepped away from the series.
The ‘It’s A Sin’ creator will be responsible for overseeing ‘Doctor Who’ when it celebrates its 60th Anniversary in 2023 and beyond.
Speaking about his sensational return after relaunching the show in 2005, Russell said: “I’m beyond excited to be back on my favourite show. But we’re time-travelling too fast, there’s a whole series of Jodie Whittaker’s brilliant Doctor for me to enjoy, with my friend and hero Chris Chibnall at the helm – I’m still a viewer for now.”

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