Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker replaced by TNia Miller after link to showrunner uncovered?

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Doctor Who fans have been speculating about who could replace Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor in the BBC series. Many names have been rumoured so far including the likes of It’s a Sin actor Olly Alexander and I May Destroy You star Michaela Coel. However, a new name thrown into the mix is T’Nia Miller, who is known to Doctor Who showrunner, Russell T Davies. T’Nia played the Twelfth General in the BBC series episode titled, Hell Bent. It comes after writer Russell confirmed he would be reprising his role as showrunner of the hit programme.

The bookmakers have also tipped T’Nia as a firm favourite to replace Jodie in the upcoming series.

It comes after the first sightings of a trailer for the upcoming season 13, which was broadcast during Saturday night’s episode of Strictly Come Dancing.

The new series will air very soon and will be Jodie’s final season playing the Doctor.

It has been reported the actress will exit the sci-fi series in 2022 after a trio of specials.

Both T’Nia and Olly have worked with Russell in the past, so it would be no surprise if either of the stars took on the role.

T’Nia is a hot favourite to replace Jodie, with William Hill giving the actress odds of 7/1.

Good Omens star Michael Sheen has odds of 5/2 to take on the role, while presenter Richard Ayoade has odds of 8/1.

A few other names rumoured to take over as the new Timelord is Death in Paradise actor Ben Miller and Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page.

Matt Smith, Rose Matafeo and Rhys Irfans have also been thrown into the mix.

However, former Doctor Who star Colin Baker believes the next Timelord will be a woman, putting T’Nia very much in the running.

In a recent interview, Colin, who played the sixth incarnation of the Doctor between 1984 and 1986, spoke out about who could replace Jodie.

Speaking to Digital Spy, the actor began: “I suspect that the trend is going to take us down the BAME route – and quite right, too.”

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He continued: “There’s a whole sector of the acting community that’s been ill-served for decades.

“It’ll certainly, I suspect, not be a white middle-aged man; I would like to think it will be another female Doctor because I enjoyed watching [Jodie].”

Colin went on to admit he would love to see Jodie carrying on in the role as the Doctor.

Last month, Russell said he would be returning to the programme as showrunner after originally quitting in 2010.




He decided to step away to allow for more creative minds to take charge of the show.

The screenwriter and producer was responsible for reviving the sci-fi classic and brought it back to television in 2005.

Russell was also the showrunner behind spin-offs such as The Sarah Jane Adventures, with the late Elisabeth Sladen reprising her iconic role, and Torchwood led by Captain Jack Harkness star John Barrowman.

With current showrunner Chris Chibnall leaving the role at the end of 2022, Russell will be returning to the helm in the upcoming series.

Doctor Who is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

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