Peter Capaldi Hits Out At BBC’s Inconsistent Scheduling of ‘Doctor Who’ | TV News
Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi has hit out at the BBC for the way it schedules the show in which he stars, frustrated by the shows running times, calling in inconsistent in an interview with Newsweek, commenting:
“It does frustrate me. If you’re going to have a family show, I think you have to build up a little ritual around it, and that ritual usually starts with having it on at the same time [every week]. Even I didn’t know what time it was on because it got later and later and later.”
The tenth series of the show may be Capaldi’s last, the actor saying that he may step down following the finale.
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