The new season of ‘Doctor Who’ has been very well received since its premiere. The new team led by Jodie Whittaker are a strong, dynamic bunch. As much as fans love the group, Mandip Gill (Yaz) has hinted that they may not all appear on the next season.
Gill appeared on the ‘This Morning’ talk show and was asked about what the future held for herself as well as companions Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) and Graham Sinclair (Bradley Walsh). When she was asked about another season, Gill said:
“I don’t know if there’s another series. Who knows where we end up at the end of the series.”
She continued to be cryptic, saying:
“There’s three companions now, but who knows where we end up.”
Gill was also asked about a possible romance between Ryan and Yaz. She responded:
“I’m not going to rule it out. I’m never going to say never, at this point it’s just a little bit of fun and they’re just tying to find their feet in this new world. But there’s sometimes when she finds him really annoying like an annoying brother.”
The Doctor and the team found themselves in Alabama before the height of the Civil Rights movement in the last episode, ‘Rosa.’ The gang met Rosa Parks (Vinette Robinson) just days before her famous stand against racism by refusing to give up her seat on a public bus. The Doctor had to fight against the mysterious Krakso (Josh Bowman) to keep history intact by undoing the damage caused by his vendetta against Rosa. All was well in the end, as Rosa was arrested for her actions, and laid the groundwork for national change.
Next week, the Time Lord and her best friends will fight a very different foe for the episode, ‘Arachnids in the UK,’ in a spooky Halloween themed episode.
‘Doctor Who’ returns this Sunday on the BBC.