This is a wonderful evolution to the series. It feels like it's taking off from around about when Tennant left. Where you have a doctor with more humanity and humility than Moffatt's doctors. It also feels a lot more like the original series in that there's this palpable excitement about visiting space, even on a planet where everything is dangerous, there's a mystery that needs to be solved and the characters are excited by it. I feel more attachment to the companions than I have in years because they have lives and stories outside of the doctor, they have needs, personalities and they are so unerringly normal. There's a moment in the second episode where Ryan is procrastinating climbing a ladder due to his illness making it more difficult. The doctor is mostly off screen and just speaks to him gently and it just struck me how much Jodie Whittaker can just easily embody the doctor, not just the wit, but the humanity and the way they always build up their companions. The original series was never about the doctor, it was about the companions and it's incredible to see that strength brought back to the show.