After 26 seasons and 54 years since its premiere in 1963, Doctor Who has finally announced its first ever female doctor.
The teaser trailer which dropped overnight revealed actress Jodie Whittaker, who stars on Broadchurch, has snagged the lead role.
Jodi will be taking over from Peter Capaldi, who's been the doctor since 2013 and will leave during this year's Christmas special.
"It's more than an honour to play the Doctor," the actress told BBC.
"It means remembering everyone I used to be, while stepping forward to embrace everything the Doctor stands for: hope. I can't wait."
Last year the series appointed Chris Chibnall as show runner, following on from Steven Moffat who was notorious for not wanting to open the role up to a woman.
"I always knew I wanted the 13th Doctor to be a woman and we're thrilled to have secured our number one choice," Chibnall told the BBC. "Her audition for the Doctor simply blew us all away."
"Jodie is an in-demand, funny, inspiring, super-smart force of nature and will bring loads of wit, strength, and warmth to the role. The 13th Doctor is on her way."