Site Menu

September 20th, 2018 44 comments

Doctor Who Series 11 Full Trailer + Screenshots


44 comments

  • Lorraine

    September 27th, 2018 - 4:19pm

    Well the press had a sneak preview and report favourably on Jodie’s performance so perhaps it will be okay after all.

    Reply
  • Lorraine

    September 25th, 2018 - 8:42pm

    Just a crazy thought but that is a fond sad kiss at the end and I have read somewhere that Chibbers as I believe he is being called has said we won’t being seeing much of the Tardis and youngsters today, particularly new viewers, will not identify with an old police box. Like I said crazy thought and can’t be right.

    Reply
    • Anonymous

      September 26th, 2018 - 10:14pm

      They can’t get rid of the tardis though

    • Anonymous

      September 27th, 2018 - 10:04pm

      Would be sad, the tardis is my favourite part of Doctor Who.

  • Lorraine

    September 24th, 2018 - 10:09am

    What i meant is that it feels more like Sarah Jane which was aimed at the younger end of the Doctor Who audience and was very well done. I am aware that Doctor Who was created for children, I was 6 when it started. At 61 i really should accept that the BBC are seeking to attract a young audience and if successful this will ensure the programme continues but it would be good to have a Who based adult programme running as well for those of us who have grown up with the series hence my mention of Torchwood however I don’t think the current viewing figures will tempt the BBC to do this.

    Reply
  • The Outcast

    September 24th, 2018 - 3:20am

    Don’t like the music, feel it ruins the trailer a bit, but everything else I quite like the look of. Hopefully this Series is good.

    Reply
  • Anonymous

    September 23rd, 2018 - 2:01pm

    A quick word on the pop music in the trailer. Relax! Lot’s of other BBC shows use pop music in trailers that are not used in the show! Eastenders, casualty, bodyguard ect it’s just a trailer.

    Reply
  • Anonymous

    September 23rd, 2018 - 1:58pm

    I don’t get the ‘it looks childish’ comments. What looks childish? Also, remember that most classic era episodes were shown before 6 o’clock, so the show has always been aimed at kids. Just look at season 17! Poor sets, dodgy childish acting from Tom (oh, my arms, my legs, my everything…!) But I was 9 and loved it. It also me me laugh that when the show has done adult thought provoking complicated storylines recently people still complain. I feel sorry for whittaker and chibnall, they really are on a hiding for nothing with some people. I love that it’s ten individual self-contained stories as well. It looks great to me.

    Reply
  • Tim M

    September 23rd, 2018 - 11:59am

    I’m trying to keep an open mind now as the new series is fast approaching. I’m looking forward to it, but not getting over excited about it. I think as many people as possible should watch at least the first couple of episodes. We should all give it a chance and not write it off already. The recent trailer has given me more hope that the upcoming series looks spectacular.

    Reply
  • the ergon

    September 23rd, 2018 - 12:26am

    I,m just wondering with the series in full swing, there would be no need for a preview as such, whether BBCs ‘Children in Need’ do some sort of exclusive minisode and also as the series would end in December if they save the final episode for Xmas Day, by what they mean by xmas episode this year, since they are all standalones. Just a thought.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

By clicking submit you agree to our terms and conditions (below), we reserve the right to edit or delete inappropriate messages.

Comment rules

The Doctor Who site welcomes constuctive comments related to the news article in question. Links posted in comments may not be displayed. We reserve the right to delete or edit any post entirely at our discretion. If you leave unacceptable comments your IP address will be banned and reported

Click here to read full comments terms and conditions

Twitter

Facebook