Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Michelle Gomez leaving Doctor Who, but keen on Missy spinoff show

Michelle Gomez leaving Doctor Who, but keen on Missy spinoff show

"Exactly - never say never!" I mean, what would I do without Peter and Steven?

The actress recently talked to RadioTimes and said that if her friends are going, so is she; "Everybody's leaving, so I'm going too". Who would I be?...

The 51-year-old actress will be seen reprising her role as the first female regeneration of villainous Time Lord The Master in this week's episode of the BBC One sci-fi show, entitled "Extremis", and she will also feature in the Series 10 finale. "It's over. It's the end of a chapter".

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"My pals are going so I'm going..." The fact that I'm a woman of a certain age who's this ass-kicking action figure.

The Scottish actress expressed the people she will definitely miss when she leaves the show, "I'll miss the unbelievable, wonderful, incredible Peter Capaldi, who I think is one of the best Doctors we've ever had". "It was a great job". In an exclusive interview with Digital Spy, Gomez explained why she felt the time was right to say goodbye to Missy.

In terms of Doctor Who history, Missy is easily the most important and relevant version of the Time Lord known as the Master, second only to John Simm, who played the character in the David Tennant era, starting in "Utopia". "And even when you've been in the show - like this has been three years now - there's no time to ever get too comfortable, or rest on your laurels, because there's always going to be something. There may be something in the future, but at the moment, I feel like this is the end of a chapter".

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With Moffat and two important actors leaving the show, big changes are going to be made. That's what I'll give you.

And as a final hint, she said: "Something bad happens [in the finale] as well, which is down to Missy just being terrible".

"But at the moment, it just feels like this is the end of an era".

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