‘Doctor Who’: Who would you like as the next showrunner?

With only a week to go until Doctor Who returns for Series 6 with a two-part story set in America, CultBox asked you to tell us which of the show’s writers you’d hypothetically like to become showrunner after Steven Moffat. Here’s how you voted…

#1: Neil Gaiman, writer of ‘The Doctor’s Wife’ (30.7%)

#2: Toby Whithouse, writer of ‘School Reunion’, ‘Vampires Of Venice’ and ‘The God Complex’ (26%)

#3: Mark Gatiss, writer of ‘The Unquiet Dead’, ‘The Idiot’s Lantern’, ‘Victory Of The Daleks’ and ‘What Are Little Boys Made Of?’ (24%)

#4: Gareth Roberts, writer of ‘The Shakespeare Code’, ‘The Unicorn And The Wasp’, ‘Planet Of The Dead’ and ‘The Lodger’ (8%)

#5: Matthew Graham, writer of Fear Her’, ‘The Rebel Flesh’ and ‘The Almost People’ (6%)

#6: Richard Curtis, writer of ‘Vincent And The Doctor’ (4%)

#7: Chris Chibnall, writer of ’42’, ‘The Hungry Earth’ and ‘Cold Blood’ (1.3%)

‘The Impossible Astonaut’ airs at 6pm on Saturday 23rd April on BBC One.

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