BBC Take Court Action Over Leaked ‘Doctor Who’ Footage | TV News
‘The Doctor will see you now’
After a 53-second clip was leaked of the new female lead in Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker, the BBC are taking action. They have taken this action to the US courts to demand a Californian website to release documents which could help them identify the mystery individual. BBC Studios are taking this leak very seriously as it is in the end, theft and illegal distribution of their content.
This is not the first time Doctor Who footage and information have been leaked on the world wide web, however with Jodie Whittaker being the first female Doctor, it is not too surprising that someone was eager to release the first images and clips of the Doctor.
With the current female empowerment in the film and TV industry, there is an eager anticipation for her appearance on TV. Jodie Whittaker was briefly introduced in the Christmas special of last year and the Doctor Who Fandom cannot wait to see more!
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