Well I haven't watched any episodes of Series 11 yet, and judging from the reaction of four of my close friends who are whovians, I don't have any real desire to (two bailed on the series by the midpoint mark, one spoke warmly of Jodie Whitaker's perforamce which was surprised considering he'd been rather opposed to a female Doctor though was indifferent to most of the stories, and the last who has been a hardcore fan since the 1970's tore the series to shreds) glad to see that so many of the people here enjoyed it, especially pleased that timelord007 gave Jodie the benefit of the doubt (which is somewhat ironic considering some of my friends in fvaour of a female Doctor feel she is miscast...), now that may sound a little hypocritical of me, but I've always largely been a fan of certain era's of who rather than the series overall, not every era or doctor will please everyone, I'm personally quite content to stick with certain Big Finish ranges, Classic Who and the Capaldi years for my Who fix, but I very much hope the Chibnall era continues to be enjoyable for those of you already invested in it.
watch it and make your own mind up
the only golden age is now as it the only 1 we can change unless your the Doctor
Rosa has been nominated for a BAFTA, for "Must-See Moment" with the moment being, obviously, the scene where Rosa refuses to give up her seat. Well, it wasn't going to be the P'ting that got the nomination. The link below shows the 5 moments that are nominated but be warned 2 of them are BIG spoilers for Bodyguard and Killing Eve so if you haven't seen them (and you should have) then don't click.
For those of us who listen to podcasts, one of the more recent episodes of The Penguin Podcast featured an interview with Malorie Blackman (co-author of Rosa) and she talks mostly about her other work but does spend a bit of time talking about writing for Who.
"There's a horror movie named Alien? That's really offensive. No wonder everybody keeps invading you."