Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Mark Gatiss Might Also Be Leaving Doctor Who

The current era of Doctor Who is about to come to an end and current Doctor Peter Capaldi and incumbent showrunner Steven Moffat will also bow out. Now, it seems like another long-running key figure of the show might also be calling it a day.

Actor/writer Mark Gatiss in a recent interview admitted that he has no idea if he’ll get the opportunity to contribute to the hit sci-fi institution again.
He said “There’s loads I’d still love to do, yes. Equally, it’s very much the end of an era and I’m very excited about what Chris [Chibnall] is going to do. I also rather like the idea of not knowing anything. I’ve no idea if it’s my last one, but if it were I’d be very happy to have worked on the show which I’ve loved for so long and to have written for four Doctors over twelve years. It’s been amazing. It’s still a privilege and still a pinch-me kind of thing. It’s remarkable. I never thought it would come back, I tried to keep a torch alight but I really didn’t think so. It’s still [laughs] amazing to me that it’s come back the way it has and been so wonderfully successful, so if this is the end then I’ll be perfectly content.”

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