The show's first female Doctor gives way to a very familiar face.
Whitaker is the 13th actor, and first woman, to play the titular Doctor since the show began in 1963.
In the "emergency transmission," the Doctor revealed the five ways she deals with any worrying situation.
The long-running series revealed Jo Martin as a previously unknown incarnation of The Doctor.
Whittaker makes it clear "that yes, being a woman suits the Doctor just fine," according to Variety.
Heartwarming encounters show what the first female Doctor means to fans.
Actress Jodie Whittaker discussed why it's so important that there's a female Doctor on the BBC show "Doctor Who."
Equality comes to the TARDIS.
And look, the world didn't end!
Fantasy and sci-fi promise limitless imagination. A litany of white, male franchise leads do not.