Three New Series Regulars Announced For Doctor Who Series Eleven

Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole will join new star Jodie Whitaker in the eleventh season of Doctor Who.

The actor, singer, and TV host will join the show next year alongside Hollyoaks stars Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole.

More news to follow on the outgoing Season 10 Doctor Who cast and the next Doctor Who Season 11 as it becomes available. According to the Times, the premiere episode will be "feature-length".

Chris Chibnall made a comment to the BBC, saying:"The new Doctor is going to need new friends". "We're thrilled to welcome Mandip, Tosin, and Bradley to the Doctor Who family".

The exciting news for fans comes alongside another huge reveal for the show, which confirmed that new doctor Jodie Whittaker will be taking over the Tardis with the help of three fresh-faced companions.

Whittaker's casting marks the first time a woman has played the role of the Doctor, who was previously embodied by Peter Capaldi.

She first appeared on the teen soap as troubled teen Phoebe Jackson, who was later adopted by the McQueen family, and bowed out from the soap in 2015 as a victim of the Gloved Hand Killer.


We don't have much info yet on precisely who Yasmin, Ryan and Graham are, or which of them are actually Doctor Who Companions - capitalized for emphasis - or just companions aka support cast.

Whittaker is certainly happy about who she'll be sharing the Tardis with, calling the cast a "dream team".

"Black and white made it very scary for a youngster like myself", he said.

Gill says she's "over the moon", adding, "This is an iconic show with an fantastic fanbase and I look forward to everything that brings".

'Am I thrilled to be part of this whole ground breaking new dawn for the Doctor??

Tosin Cole: "I'm grateful and excited to be a part of this journey with the team". This is an iconic show with an wonderful fan base and I look forward to everything that brings. To be working alongside the likes of Jodie, Bradley and my old friend Tosin is thrilling.

The statement also confirms that the next series will begin airing in Autumn 2018, with ten week run of fifty minute episodes, somewhat confirming other previous rumours about the new series. Bradley Walsh is extremely excited being part of Doctor Who, watching the show since William Hartnell.

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