'Doctor Who' Announcing 13th Doctor Sunday After Wimbledon

Posted July 15, 2017

The BBC has said that the identity of the 13th actor to take the title role of Doctor Who will be unveiled after the Wimbledon men's singles final on Sunday.

Capaldi was a major departure from the status quo of the show, from the kind-hearted confidence of David Tennant to the lovable quirks of Smith.

No words are spoken throughout, and it is only until the very end that the message announcing that you can meet the 13th Doctor this Sunday after the tennis match was shown. The Doctor Falls served as a wonderful wrap up to the story of a conflicted, pained Doctor.

The BBC however have now announced the wait will soon be over, with a new teaser video revealing the identity of the next Doctor will be announced on Sunday 16 July. Capaldi is set to appear one more time as the character for the show's 2017 Christmas Special which is appropriately titled "The Doctors".

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"It's my show right up to the point where Mr. Capaldi regenerates and at that exact moment, the show passes to Chris Chibnall and he worries about the last section of it", Steven told Entertainment Weekly. "Broadchurch" star Jodie Whittaker has also been given good odds.

Doctor Who first aired in 1963.

There has been speculation that the Doctor will switch genders this time and become a woman.

Exciting news for Doctor Who fans! There have been rumors aplenty, with Fleabag star Phoebe Walker-Bridge being someone near the top of the list for much of the search - though sources close to her have also denied that such a casting is happening.