Although I've seen mixed reactions and comments regarding the eleventh New Who season, rubbish, harsh and nonsense reacts included, for me it was a brilliant first season for Jodie Whittaker aka Doctor Thirteen and her fam. The stellar guests are fantastic and the new monsters, aliens and bots, including Tim Shaw, the Kerblam men and the Pting, are the things we can scare (and too adorbs) for and surely, they'll put into the long list of spooky and creepy creatures in the Whoniverse. And oh, there's something that's now put into the list of "normal stuff that can be scary of coz of Doctor Who," bubble wraps!
Writing wise, I've seen hits and misses, but other than those I totally enjoyed each episode regardless esp the historical ("Rosa," "Demons of the Punjab" and "The Witchfinders") and the futuristic ones; and thus again and again, it seems that the show finally brought back to its roots, which I felt like I was going back to the first few years of Who with William Hartnell (which I have to include the classic series to my plan to watch list already). Also, I'm loving the references and nods in-show as well.
Well, I ain't gonna do my impressions on the show's latest season, also my first regularly watched one as a new Whovian, any longer, but I'd like to send my kudos to the cast and staff for a job well done! Though I already buffed out that the show will have a one year hiatus thus taking the chance to going back to marathoning past seasons, both classic and new, and giving consideration to the staff to take a break, I so can't wait to explore more about this amazing geek franchise that stands the test of time and space. Cheers for another successful season of Doctor Who! 😁 #doctorwho #drwho #thirteenthdoctor #13thdoctor #jodiewhittaker #grahamobrien #bradleywalsh #yasminkhan #mandipgill #tardisfam #teamtardis