Jodie Whittaker was announced as the new Doctor last summer and made her first appearance as the character in the 2017 Christmas special.
Viewers of the classic show have had well over a year to get used to the idea of a female Doctor – but some still aren’t convinced.
In fact, some are already calling for her to be replaced just two episodes into Doctor Who series 11.
People have instead taken a particular liking to Bradley Walsh’s character Graham O’Brien.
“Honestly prefer Bradley Walsh to the Doctor, can’t he just be the Doctor?”
One fan tweeted: “Honestly prefer Bradley Walsh to the Doctor, can’t he just be the Doctor?”
Another said: “Didn’t expect Bradley Walsh to be the only solid actor in the main cast. These Hollyoaks kids are diabolically flat. Jodie is wildly inconsistent.”
A third wrote: “I’m a huge Doctor Who fan. Love Bradley Walsh, he’s doing a great job. Can not decide if it’s Jodie Whittaker I can not take to or the awful scripts.”
And someone else added: “Great can already tell this whole series is going to be s***. Another terrible episode, along with more terrible acting and storytelling.
“Can we just take this show off the air now or bring back 9, 10 or 11? Maybe even bring back 12, preferred his episodes to this s***.”
However, it’s safe to say Jodie has her fans in the audience, with countless other people praising her performance.
One said: “Gotta say, I’m loving Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor in the new series of Doctor Who. A badass woman saving the world. Hell yeah!”
And the sentiment was echoed by another fan, who simply said: “Best Doctor Who since David Tennant. Jodie Whittaker, brilliant.”
One thing for sure is that Jodie taking the mantle has been a huge success for the BBC.
Last week’s series 11 premiere raked in an average of 8.2 million viewers – the largest audience for the show in 10 years.
Doctor Who continues on BBC One next Sunday.