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tennant: iesnoth: Using limited color palettes, because God knows I don’t need more choices in my life right now.But I was long overdue for drawing a Tennant demon.
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Using limited color palettes, because God knows I don’t need more choices in my life right now.But I was long overdue for drawing a Tennant demon.

iesnoth: Using limited color palettes, because God knows I don’t need more choices in my life right now.But I was long overdue for drawi...

tennant: Jamie McKelvie @McKelvie Follow Ah yes, he's right, the ratings have dropped to *checks notes* their highest since the Tennant years Jeremy Vine On 5JeremyVineOn5 Has Doctor Who become too politically correct? Ratings have dropped, with fans complaining the story lines, including a man giving birth, are just too PC. Do. GIF 12:38 PM- 9 Nov 2018 3,249 Retweets 12,491 Likes aurordream: The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million - and that rating was for the season premiere. That season featured the only two episodes to rate below 5 million viewers EVER since Doctor Who was revived in 2005. The season before that the average rating was 6.20 million. That was the first season since 2005 not to have a single episode rate over 7 million viewers. Every season before that had an average rating in the 7 millions, except for season 4 in 2008 which averaged 8.42 million. Incidentally, that was David Tennant’s last full season, and the final full season before the Moffatt years. Whilst the ratings have only been announced for 4 episodes so far, not a single episode of Jodie Whittaker’s first sesason has fallen below 8 million viewers. The average rating so far has been 9.15 million. Its true that it is unlikely the average will stay that high - ratings have technically been dropping week by week. Exactly as happened every season in the past - it is perfectly normal for ratings to fall towards the middle of a season, and rise again for the finale. A lot of the media will just do anything to discredit this season because they can’t handle the fact the Doctor is female now.
tennant: Jamie McKelvie
 @McKelvie
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 Ah yes, he's right, the ratings have
 dropped to *checks notes* their highest
 since the Tennant years
 Jeremy Vine On 5JeremyVineOn5
 Has Doctor Who become too politically correct?
 Ratings have dropped, with fans complaining the story
 lines, including a man giving birth, are just too PC. Do.
 GIF
 12:38 PM- 9 Nov 2018
 3,249 Retweets 12,491 Likes
aurordream:
The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million - and that rating was for the season premiere. That season featured the only two episodes to rate below 5 million viewers EVER since Doctor Who was revived in 2005.
The season before that the average rating was 6.20 million. That was the first season since 2005 not to have a single episode rate over 7 million viewers. Every season before that had an average rating in the 7 millions, except for season 4 in 2008 which averaged 8.42 million. Incidentally, that was David Tennant’s last full season, and the final full season before the Moffatt years.
Whilst the ratings have only been announced for 4 episodes so far, not a single episode of Jodie Whittaker’s first sesason has fallen below 8 million viewers. The average rating so far has been 9.15 million. Its true that it is unlikely the average will stay that high - ratings have technically been dropping week by week. Exactly as happened every season in the past - it is perfectly normal for ratings to fall towards the middle of a season, and rise again for the finale.
A lot of the media will just do anything to discredit this season because they can’t handle the fact the Doctor is female now.

aurordream: The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million -...

tennant: Jamie McKelvie @McKelvie Follow Ah yes, he's right, the ratings have dropped to *checks notes* their highest since the Tennant years Jeremy Vine On 5JeremyVineOn5 Has Doctor Who become too politically correct? Ratings have dropped, with fans complaining the story lines, including a man giving birth, are just too PC. Do. GIF 12:38 PM- 9 Nov 2018 3,249 Retweets 12,491 Likes aurordream: The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million - and that rating was for the season premiere. That season featured the only two episodes to rate below 5 million viewers EVER since Doctor Who was revived in 2005. The season before that the average rating was 6.20 million. That was the first season since 2005 not to have a single episode rate over 7 million viewers. Every season before that had an average rating in the 7 millions, except for season 4 in 2008 which averaged 8.42 million. Incidentally, that was David Tennant’s last full season, and the final full season before the Moffatt years. Whilst the ratings have only been announced for 4 episodes so far, not a single episode of Jodie Whittaker’s first sesason has fallen below 8 million viewers. The average rating so far has been 9.15 million. Its true that it is unlikely the average will stay that high - ratings have technically been dropping week by week. Exactly as happened every season in the past - it is perfectly normal for ratings to fall towards the middle of a season, and rise again for the finale. A lot of the media will just do anything to discredit this season because they can’t handle the fact the Doctor is female now.
tennant: Jamie McKelvie
 @McKelvie
 Follow
 Ah yes, he's right, the ratings have
 dropped to *checks notes* their highest
 since the Tennant years
 Jeremy Vine On 5JeremyVineOn5
 Has Doctor Who become too politically correct?
 Ratings have dropped, with fans complaining the story
 lines, including a man giving birth, are just too PC. Do.
 GIF
 12:38 PM- 9 Nov 2018
 3,249 Retweets 12,491 Likes
aurordream:
The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million - and that rating was for the season premiere. That season featured the only two episodes to rate below 5 million viewers EVER since Doctor Who was revived in 2005.
The season before that the average rating was 6.20 million. That was the first season since 2005 not to have a single episode rate over 7 million viewers. Every season before that had an average rating in the 7 millions, except for season 4 in 2008 which averaged 8.42 million. Incidentally, that was David Tennant’s last full season, and the final full season before the Moffatt years.
Whilst the ratings have only been announced for 4 episodes so far, not a single episode of Jodie Whittaker’s first sesason has fallen below 8 million viewers. The average rating so far has been 9.15 million. Its true that it is unlikely the average will stay that high - ratings have technically been dropping week by week. Exactly as happened every season in the past - it is perfectly normal for ratings to fall towards the middle of a season, and rise again for the finale.
A lot of the media will just do anything to discredit this season because they can’t handle the fact the Doctor is female now.

aurordream: The average rating for Peter Capaldi’s last season was 5.8 million viewers. No episode that season rated above 6.68 million -...

tennant: we fucking don't! bob-belcher: David Tennant on Donald Trump saying Scotland likes him.
tennant: we fucking don't!
bob-belcher:
David Tennant on Donald Trump saying Scotland likes him.

bob-belcher: David Tennant on Donald Trump saying Scotland likes him.

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tennant: Meanwhile, David Tennant:
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