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Is Jenna Coleman Leaving Doctor Who?


This is a question that many have posted on fan sites and social media about actress Jenna Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald on the popular TV series Doctor Who. Determination: Real

Clara Oswald dies

Update 11/29/15: The character of Clara Oswald was killed off in an episode called "Face the Raven," which appeared world wide on Nov. 21, 2015.

Jenna Coleman and Peter Capaldi - Doctor Who 

Update 09/17/15: "Jenna Coleman is expected to leave the hit BBC series Doctor Who later this year." This according to a September 16, 2015 article by BBC.

The article said, "her next role will be as Queen Victoria in a major ITV drama series." Coleman is expected to earn £10 million for her roll as young Queen Victoria, according to England's Independent.

Original post from November 29, 2014:

Fans will be relieved to hear that Clara Oswald will continue to accompany the Doctor through time and space for a little bit longer. This according to a November 28, 2014 article by England's Daily Mirror.

The 28-year-old actress, Jenna Coleman, who has played the Doctor's companion since 2012, in 25 episodes, told reporters that she has changed her mind about leaving the program.  The article said that in August 2014 there were reports that "the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, would soon be in need of a new sidekick."

The program's executive producer, Steven Moffat was thrilled and said that he "believe she has great chemistry with Capaldi." 

The next episode of Doctor Who airs on December 25th, a Christmas tradition that has been going around the world for decades. The Mirror contacted BBC for a spoiler and were told, “The Doctor and Clara face their last Christmas. Trapped on an Arctic base, under attack from terrifying creatures, who are you going to call? Santa Claus!”

To add more intrigue and speculation to the program, Michael Troughton, son of Patrick Troughton, who played the Second Doctor from 1966 to 1969, is slated for a role on the program. Exactly what role he is to play remains a mystery. 

Posted 11/29/14  Updated 11/29/15

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