We can all agree that Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor Who is incredible, but Doctor Who alum John Barrowman had one issue with it, and I don’t know about you, but I for one agree with him.
John Barrowman spoke with Radio Times:
“I’ll tell you one thing, ONE thing that bothered me. It was the worldwide simulcast, and it started, and I was hooked. I thought the story was great. I loved the monster with the teeth – that’s how he collects all the people that he kills or destroys. And by the time it was over I loved it, I thought the introduction to the characters were awesome, I thought Jodie did a phenomenal job.”
“But then at the end of it I thought – where’s the theme music?!?!? In the States, I don’t know if it was the same in the UK but we didn’t get the theme music,” he said. “And that bugged me! Because you know when there’s a new Doctor, there’s going to be a new theme, that’s gonna be updated and revamped.”
“I thought they would do the first five minutes of the tease going into the programme, and then it would go cheeeooooooo duga da dun, duga da dun, duga da dun, and I was getting ready to dance around the room,” he added, explaining that he’d set up his front room specially so that he could film his reaction. “But it never happened!”