The BBC have been forced to encourage fans that ‘no casting decisions have nonetheless been made’ for a arriving array of Doctor Who after a complaints officer for a house went brute and told a fan that there would many unequivocally not be a womanlike Doctor.
The rumours surrounding who would take over from Peter Capaldi during a finish of a stream array have enclosed many names including Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Natalie Dormer.
But one fan complained to a BBC, suggesting that a gender switch would upset his immature children, and a BBC complaints officer named Joanne Coyne replied to encourage a fan.
‘We conclude that you’re a large Doctor Who fan and we have concerns that a programme would change should there be a womanlike doctor. Be positive there are now no skeleton to have a womanlike Doctor Who,’ she wrote.
She also reportedly told a fan that their worries would be upheld on to comparison managers including ‘the Doctor Who team’.
Death in Paradise star Kris Marshall has reportedly been handed a keys to a TARDIS already after being expel as a thirteenth Doctor though names still in a using – according to a bookies – embody Tilda Swinton, Olivia Colman, and Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
A BBC orator told Metro.co.uk that ‘no casting decisions have nonetheless been done on Series 11’.
supports HTML5 video
Peter reliable he was withdrawal a long-running play since ‘it’s a bit of a radio factory’
The 59-year-old actor admitted: ‘Doctor Who is a good pursuit though it’s a bit of a radio factory, we do twelve episodes a year. we only worry that we wouldn’t be means to continue doing my best work since we like to be means to learn a lines and do some credentials and come in and give it a vitality and fun and not hatred it.’