Doctor Who Series 11: 8 Ups & 2 Downs From 'The Woman Who Fell To Earth'

Doctor Who returns to the BBC and returns to form with Jodie Whittaker's debut.

Doctor Who Series 11
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Doctor Who is back. It’s finally back.

It’s been off our screens for just over a year, but it feels like forever. Series 11 has been a long time coming, and it’s about time. The show returns with a new showrunner in Broadchurch's Chris Chibnall, a new Sunday night timeslot and, of course, a brand new Doctor.

Jodie Whittaker has stepped into the shoes of the Doctor, replacing Peter Capaldi as the Time Lord (now Lady) and getting a few new friends in the process. With a new showrunner, a new Doctor, new companions, and a new theme, the show has well and truly regenerated, and it's left looking a heck of a lot better, if not entirely flawless.

Contains spoilers.

Ups

8. The Production Value

Doctor Who Series 11
BBC

Now we knew that Chibnall and co. had gone all out on the new series, but blimey. The new lenses, sets, the lighting; this has made Doctor Who look the best it has ever looked.

Remember when you first watched Day of the Doctor, a special the BBC threw a ton of money behind since it was a big event? It all looked so sleek and crisp, and this is the aesthetic we’ll be getting for the next nine episodes of the series. It looks utterly gorgeous.

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