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Byron Graham
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Posted: 23 November 2019 at 5:12pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

New trailer today, on DOCTOR WHO's birthday. Enjoy!

Yaz crying in one scene, followed by Graham doing something dangerous-looking while someone shouts his name. I hope Graham doesn't die. He's been my favorite companion of Jodie's era, plus as I am someone with the surname Graham, I really like the way Jodie says it.


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Boy, sure is quiet here.

Anyway, Trailer #2. Series premieres on New Year's Day. Fathom Events will be airing it theatrically on January 5 followed by a live Q&A with the cast.

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Not my cup of tea.
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Jozef Brandt
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NuWho had barely been able to keep me engaged as it limped into the end of the Peter Capaldi era.  Then Chibnall drove the double-tined stake to its hearts. I don't think I'm the only one who is done with the programme. 



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I feel that way about the original series...plodding, thick, inane stories that are
great only to relieve insomnia and supporting acting that makes a high school
play look amazing. When I go back to watch the original series, I'm amazed it
had such an incredible run.

Different strokes.
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I’m the first to admit my love for the original WHO is nostalgia driven. Heck, I haven’t even seen most of the old series. A couple of early Hartnel, none of Troughton, about half of Pertwee. All of Baker1, I think, but next to nothing after. And, like comics, the older ones are better if I saw them when I was younger myself.

Still, there’s something there.........

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I can definitely relate to that with comics, newspaper comic strips, and TV
shows!!
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I was open minded about a female Doctor, i thought
Joanna Lumley was a good call in the Comic Relief skit.
But the last season was poor, bad acting and not very
subtle in the PC messages. I think Jodie is a decent
actress hampered by bad writing. It irked me that any
legitimate criticism was booed as racist and sexist.
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I came on w Matt Smith (watched all of the previous seasons of the new Who) I basically left after the Ponds were written off ... watched a few here and there after idk the magic was gone for me before Capaldi even came on.

I liked River Song then it got to be way too much of her loved Amy and Martha 


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You echo my sentiments, tho I started with Eccleston.
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I liked a lot of the supporting cast last season, especially Bradley Walsh’s character. 
Known for his humour & hosting game shows, his acting ability was a revelation. Very impressed with him
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I saw a promotional picture for the new series in a magazine today. Ah, I thought, there's the Doctor with...erm...uh...the older guy played by Bradley Walsh and...erm...

Not sure if it's me getting older or that the characters are so unmemorable, but I could not for the life of me remember the companions' names.
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