When we, the fans of “Doctor Who,” are on the verge of seeing its telecast on September 19, the news broke out that Jenna Coleman would be leaving the TV series. Coleman has confirmed her exit in an interview on Nick Grimshaw’s Radio 1 show. Continue reading to know how the TV series will wrap up with her character.
The 29-year-old charming actress played the role of Doctor’s assistant, Clara for three years. Now she has got a new offer to play the role of a young Queen Victoria in ITV’s new eight-part drama titled “Victoria,” and its filming is said to be commenced within one month. The story will evolve surrounding Queen Victoria when she ascends to the throne at the age of 18.
“I have left the Tardis – it’s happened. I’ve filmed my last scenes,” Coleman said, as reported by BBC News.
Coleman could not hide her excitement during her interview when she talked about her new project she has been offered for the lead role. The ITV’s new drama series “Victoria” will reportedly chart the monarch’s early over six decades of supremacy followed by her courtship and wedding to Prince Albert. According to Coleman, her new character would be a strong, brilliant, inspirational and ‘utterly fascinating woman’ in the British history.
Unfolding the stories of ITV’s “Victoria” made her overjoyed, but she instantly turned gloomy when the question surrounding the untold fate of “Doctor Who’s” Clara was thrown to her.
She disclosed Clara’s fate to be similar to Peter Davison’s companion Adric, the news is being confirmed by Mirror. In one episode to be screened in November, we will finally witness Clara confronts unexpected sad demise when she with the Doctor and Rigsy puts a mission to a secret alien world. The alien’s secret location will reportedly be within the streets of London.
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