Jodie Whittaker is the new star of Doctor Who, and hopefully by now the show's angry male fans have learned to accept that. Our first real introduction to the Thirteenth Doctor comes in the form of a gallant proclamation: "I'm the Doctor".
"I'm the Doctor and I never refuse to help". Between Whittaker and new showrunner Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch), I can't wait to see what tone the new season strikes.
Doctor Who isn't holding back on any of its spacey, sci-fi focus in Season 11.
Clearly the Doctor can hold her own (because, duh, she's the Doctor).
The new run of the show kicks off on BBC One on Sunday 7 October - moving from its former Saturday teatime slot - and is set to consist of 10 standalone episodes, with no two-part stories.
We got our first in-motion peek at Whittaker's Doctor at SDCC, but it's not until today that we've seen actual footage from the actual show.
In the trailer for Doctor Who, we get to see Jodie Whittaker in action as the 13th Doctor, often with her trusty sonic screwdriver.
Yes the changes, they are a-coming, but it's still the same Doctor Who we know and love: there are just as many aliens that need defeating, and just as many explosions for the Doctor and her companions (played by Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole) to run from.
The series also recently dropped a release date teaser that shows Whittaker literally breaking a glass ceiling before unapologetically offering, "Whoops!"