“Doctor Who” star Jenna Coleman recently said she thinks the show will be more successful in its second season than it was in its first.
“I think the first season was a little bit more successful because I think it’s more in a genre that’s not as mainstream and you know it’s a bit more grounded,” Coleman told The Independent.
“Doctor Whos’ success is more about the fans and the people who have seen it over the years.” “
The actress, who recently starred in “Sherlock,” said she was hoping the show would make the leap into TV with the third season. “
Doctor Whos’ success is more about the fans and the people who have seen it over the years.”
The actress, who recently starred in “Sherlock,” said she was hoping the show would make the leap into TV with the third season.
“Because the first year was a bit of a success, I really hope that they’ll keep going with it and get more people interested and watch it again,” she said.
“But I also hope that there’s more of a mainstream audience, and if it does make it to TV it’s going in a very different direction, and hopefully it’ll be as good a show as it was before.”
“Doctor Woes” and “Sherlocks” star Matt Smith also recently shared their views about the show’s future on social media.
“My first impression is that I think the show is going to get bigger and better and more popular,” Smith said.
Coleman added: “It feels really good.
I think people will want to see it more.”
Coleman is not the only one who thinks the series will make a return.
The show is currently in production on the fifth season of “The Good Wife.”