Doctor Who
Cast members Peter Capaldi (C), Jenna Coleman (L) and Michelle Gomez pose at a press line for "Doctor Who" during the 2015 Comic-Con International Convention in San Diego, California, July 9, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

“Doctor Who” character Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) has died. Her death, which did not come as a surprise, was featured in the 10th episode of Season 9 titled “Face the Raven,” which aired on Nov. 21, Saturday.

Before the death of Coleman’s character in “Doctor Who,” Peter Capaldi said that the episode titled “Face the Raven” is not going to be a happy one. He also implied that the character could not return.

“It’s a sad one, gripping and very strange, and it’s the end of the line for Clara Oswald played by Jenna Coleman who’s been my companion for the last two years,” Metro quoted Capaldi as saying. “It’s the end of her story. I don’t want to go into the details of it, but it’s sad.”

Before her death, Clara Oswald was known for her ability to puzzle out solutions to some of the most difficult predicaments. Her last words were, “Let me be brave.”

With Capaldi as The Doctor and Coleman as Clara Oswald, “Doctor Who” also stars Joivan Wade, Naomi Ackie, Simon Manyoda, Simon Paisley Day, Letitia Wright, Robin Soans, Angela Clerkin and Caroline Boulton, among others. “Game of Thrones” actor Maisie Williams also plays Ashildr in the British sci-fi TV programme.

After “Doctor Who,” Coleman will make her comeback on the small screen in 2016. She is currently filming “Victoria,” which was created and written by Daisy Goodwon. The upcoming TV series also stars Rufus Sewell, Peter Firth, Raul Rhys and Catherine H. Flemming, among others.

Coleman is also set to star in the 2016 film “Me Before You,” which is directed by Thea Sharrock and written by Michael H. Weber, Scott Neustadter and Jojo Moyes. The drama film stars Coleman opposite “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part” actor Sam Claflin and “Game of Thrones” actress Emilia Clarke and will hit theatres on March 4.

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