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The fact that this season, the first to star a woman in 55 years, was so interested in how long it takes to effect change -- and how many people have to suffer in the process -- played like a response to the history of the show.
As the first in what one hopes will be a long line of female doctors, Whittaker is funny, energetic and full of joy. Whovians should be pleased.
In short, my latest attempt to like Doctor Who failed, but it has failed worse in the past, if that's any consolation, and I was quite taken with Carl, the crane driver and his self-help tapes.
Chooses the more complex route of fleshing out the season's ensemble almost more than the Time Lord herself.
The new Doctor and her team - 19-year-old Ryan, his old schoolmate turned police probationer Yasmin, and Ryan's step-grandfather Graham... -- have heart and soul, and are set against a comforting background of South Yorkshire women
The premiere was basically a family-friendly ripoff of Predator. It had some mystery and some dark overtones, and a small amount of soapiness involving the companions.
Frequently messy, routinely uninspired, and impressive only in terms of how unimaginative it so often was. All that potential amounted to little more than a shrug in the end.
While this first adventure for Ryan, Graham, and Yaz is lacking in the fun sci-fi adventure department, the dynamics of the characters work well so far, and the Doctor herself is already on her way to joining the ranks of fantastic Doctors.
Whittaker's Doctor is more cosmic detective than superhero, as you would expect in the best way from the creator of Broadchurch.
Audience Reviews for Doctor Who: Season 11
15h agoBad writing, bad villain's, and bad acting. I lot of the costumes for the monsters reminded me of the 1070's Doctor Who.
Jun 09, 2021Really really boring, and the actor who plays doctor is not interesting.
Jun 07, 2021The magic is gone...
Jun 02, 2021The first time I watched this series, it was brand new and still being released each week. I didn't like it then because the stories felt so disjointed. But after binge watching the entire revival series from Christopher Eccleston, David Tenant, Matt Smith, Peter Capaldi and now Jodie Whittaker. I actually enjoyed season 11 quite a lot. The writing could definitely do with some more mystery and season long story archs. But overall, I applaud the more episodic story archs this season and greatly enjoyed each one as a standalone story. The first time watching them felt bad because there was not enough action/aliens. But now rewatching it, I view this season as more of what Doctor originally tried to be: an educational look into history and the future. I think maybe the reason some people have trouble watching some episodes and blame it on bad writing, is that some episodes push the tough, hard truth onto you. "Rosa" for example is not hard to watch because of the writing. It's hard to watch because it's so raw and truthful and historically accurate that its hard to watch such pointed racism. But overall it tells a fantastic story that has deeply affected me. Lastly, after rewatching it a second time, I foumd myself immensely enjoying Yaz, Ryan amd Graham. The old, the young, and the experienced. They're not terrifically written, but they are fun, caring and kind, and charitable. And I love seeing them learn about the universe. It's a nice change from strong solo stories like Clara, and charming beautiful solo's like Bill.
May 28, 2021Awful acting, cringeworthy writing, all with a side of painfully forced and shallow wokeness. This feels like a bad spinoff of Doctor Who. The only redeeming factor is how low budget this feels, it would only be more insulting if they wasted any more money on producing this trash.
May 26, 2021This BS isn't canon - that simple
May 20, 2021Rotten, rotten to the core. Abandon EVERYTHING that made Dr. Who great and sacrifice this beloved series in the altar of political correctness and "inclusion".
May 01, 2021I actually like the new doctor and I don't care if that's an unpopular opinion nor do I care what anyone comments or even responds to what I have to say. I know I'll be criticized for not watching Who from the beginning. Which is funny because I've watched the Classic Who episodes that are available since not all are thanks to lost footage and what not. David Tenant was my original favorite but that changed when Peter Capaldi came. And Jodi is my second favorite. I know it's not a popular opinion. And those accusing the show of being preachy. It's always been preachy. The Doctor's hatred for guns should have told you that. And so should a lot of other stuff.
Apr 10, 2021Has none of the charm and spirit of precious seasons. For me its just a continuation of the downwards spiral that began with Peter Capaldi (through no fault of his own). Although Jodie does bring a unique flavour to the character I cant say for sure its a good one. No memorable episodes. And I sware to God if the phrase "my fam" sticks around then I'm put. In the words of the immortal 9th Doctor "I don't do familys"
Apr 04, 2021It was just boring. I have no delight watching it.