The BBC have been forced to encourage fans that ‘no casting decisions have nonetheless been made’ for the arriving series of Doctor Who after a complaints officer for the house went brute and told a fan that there would many really not be a womanlike Doctor.
The rumours surrounding who would take over from Peter Capaldi at the finish of the stream series have enclosed many names including Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Natalie Dormer.
But one fan complained to the BBC, suggesting that the gender switch would upset his immature children, and a BBC complaints officer named Joanne Coyne replied to encourage the fan.
‘We conclude that you’re a big Doctor Who fan and you have concerns that the programme would change should there be a womanlike doctor. Be positive there are now no plans to have a womanlike Doctor Who,’ she wrote.
She also reportedly told the 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 the keys to the TARDIS already after being expel as the thirteenth Doctor but names still in the using – according to the 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’.
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Peter reliable he was leaving the long-running play since ‘it’s a bit of a radio factory’
The 59-year-old actor admitted: ‘Doctor Who is a good pursuit but it’s a bit of a radio factory, you do twelve episodes a year. we just worry that we wouldn’t be means to continue doing my best work since we like to be means to learn the lines and do some credentials and come in and give it the vitality and fun and not hatred it.’