Peter Capaldi Hints At Departure From ‘Doctor Who’ | TV News
The BBC may need to start looking for a new Time Lord already. Star of the hit series Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi has recently revealed he is considering leaving the show sooner rather than later. With the ninth series of the show to start on September 19, Capaldi has addressed rumours about cast leaving.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he said: “I sort of enjoy this position I am in with a kind of deep Scottish melancholy because I know it has to end one day. I will cross that bridge when we come to it, which may be sooner rather than later“.
Despite releasing this information, Capaldi has still filmed more series than Christopher Eccleston however, who only played the role of the Doctor for one series. Capaldi’s comments come amid the ongoing speculation that this could also be the last series for his current assistant Clara Oswald, played by Jenna Coleman.
Capaldi also shared that the soundtrack for the series hits him right in the feels. He explained: “I live near where they record the music. The first thing they said was, “This is your theme”. I got all teary. I know I’m over the top but I never thought I would hear that. I use music to get into character sometimes including previous Doctor Who soundtracks“. Watch the trailer for Doctor Who series nine below.
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