Doctor Who usually tells the story of a guy trapped in a box with a series of beautiful women whom he has absolutely no interest in beyond basic friendship.In other words, itís a perfect target for porn parody, and itís happening as a porn parody web series.
When Doctor Who returns later this month, fans will begin the process of getting to know the twelfth Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi. From what's being reported, a new Doctor isn't the only major change headed to the beloved sci-fi series. If you're averse to major spoilers about Doctor Who, you want to stop reading now!
I had the good fortune to preview the first issues of this exciting new string of comics, which features a line for both the tenth Doctor (played by David Tennant) and the eleventh (played by Matt Smith). Below, I outline the six reasons why these comics are a must for any Doctor Who devotee.
Thankfully, there is official Doctor Who news to get excited about, as the first full-length Season 8 trailer has been jettisoned through time and now appears on your computer or mobile screen, just waiting to make your jaw drop.
Scripts for Peter Capaldiís brand new Doctor Who season have leaked online. The BBC officially announced the news on Monday, noting that five scripts from the upcoming Season 8 have officially reached the masses on the Internet.
A new season of Doctor Who is always a reason to celebrate, but there is even more buzz surrounding this summerís premiere, as it marks the rise of a new Doctor, this time played by actor Peter Capaldi. The new actorís appearance has been a long time coming.
Of course BBC America and BBC Worldwide would want to make the introduction of the new Doctor a big affair, which is why they're launching a global world tour to officially introduce Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor. Peter Capaldi, who's playing the Twelfth Doctor in the beloved sci-fi series Doctor Who, will be joined by Jenna Coleman...
The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
The new Doctor Who lands this August! Or so says the new teaser that BBC America has released, giving fans of the series a silhouetted glimpse of Peter Capaldi's Doctor, reminding fans that the seventh season of Doctor Who closed out with a Christmas Special ("The Time of the Doctor"), that saw the exit of the Eleventh Doctor, played by Matt Smith, and the arrival of the Twelfth Doctor...
Itís been a very busy few days for the folks over at BBC America. The network has made announcements regarding two of its biggest properties in the past 24 hours. Namely, that a new clone of Tatiana Maslany was set to arrive to Orphan Black, and the addition of a new baddie to wibble-wobble through time and space on Doctor Who alongside new Doctor Peter Capaldi.
Exciting news, Whovians! Turns out the TARDIS will be built for three in its upcoming eighth season, as actor Samuel Anderson (he of The History Boys and Gavin & Stacey fame) has been tapped to join the cast of Doctor Who. Is this a new companion for the Doctor? A potential love interest for Clara Oswald? So many questions!
Doctor Who's former companion Amy Pond (also known as Karen Gillian) is set to star in Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek's new series Selfie. A modern take on the classic My Fair Lady trope, the comedy is being produced for ABC. Julie Anne Robinson will direct.
Hold onto your TARDIS, Whovians, because the era of Twelve not only has a face, but a brand new get-up to usher in the latest iteration of the man behind BBCís iconic sci-fi series, Doctor Who. The upcoming eighth season of the series will be fronted by Peter Capaldi in a grown-up, no frills punk-esque fashion, if the new image of his costume has any say on the matter. There's a lot more going on outside of those stern eyes and ill-colored kidneys.
Though stateside the premiere is still a few days out, the BBCís Sherlock is set to close out its third season on Sunday across the pond. But that doesnít mean the wheels havenít been turning for a confirmed fourth and hypothetical fifth season of the international megahit. In fact, the seriesí showrunner Steven Moffat revealed that stories have been set for both seasons. Rejoice, nerds of the world: your favorite hyper-brilliant misanthrope has been given an extended gameplan.
Suited up in Matt Smithís finest, Peter Capaldi took to the stages of the BBC in Cardiff on Tuesday to begin filming the eighth season (or series for all you Brits out there) of Doctor Who. And it's quite exciting! Because time waits for no man ó not even a Time Lord ó plus, oh yeah: thereís a show to create. It is finally, officially, the era of the Twelfth Doctor.