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When the Doctor Who50th anniversary special was being planned, the original goal was to being back this Time Lord to appear alongside the various Doctors. Get the details.
Doctor Who has been an institution of British television for more than half a century by now, but it’s only in the last decade or so that the show has hit the mainstream on the American side of the pond. Sadly, Netflix has some news for Who fans that is definitely not fantastic.
It’s finally official, people. After an extended ”Will he?/Won’t he?” period, Doctor Who showrunner, head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat is officially going to be vacating the sci-fi series. But not just yet.
There are plenty of reasons why BBC’s Doctor Who has spanned more than fifty years by this point, but one of the biggest is certainly the revolving cast. As it happens, the latest actor to express interest in taking on the lead role may just be perfect for the part.
This Christmas brought us the most beautiful Christmas between The Doctor and River Song. And, sadly, it looks like it's the last chapter in their story of love and conflicting timelines. Or is it?
Steven Moffat has been a part of the Doctor Who revival since it began in 2005, and has served as its showrunner for almost six years. Here’s what he had to say about leaving the series.
Just as we were getting to know the 12th Doctor, Peter Capaldi, he's dropped a hint that he might be ready to regenerate. Meaning that, once again, our love for Doctor Who could be turned upside down, and quite soon. Capaldi intimated as much in a recent interview.
While Doctor Who is an easy enough show to enjoy without the need for special preparation, it is indeed not a show to "Netflix and Chill" to. At least, that's the opinion of someone very close to the show - an opinion you can read within this very story.
River Song is returning to Doctor Who next week for the Christmas special “The Husbands of River Song,” and while her rapport with the Twelfth Doctor will no doubt be entertaining, she’ll be in for a big surprise when he jumps back into her life.
Peter Capaldi has always seemed like a pretty standup gentleman, and recently he was given the opportunity to visit a sick kid in the hospital who happens to be a huge Doctor Who fan. You can check it out, below.
The current Doctor is in a bit of a rough spot at the moment, however, as he is currently between companions. Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi hopes that his next companion will not be a man for a very specific reason.
In the Doctor Who finale, the truth behind quite a few mysteries is revealed - the greatest of which being the true identity of The Hybrid. Of course, even when faced with the truth, the rules of the universe, and plain old common sense, The Doctor will always be The Doctor.
At the beginning of Doctor Who's current season, The Doctor lost his trusty Sonic Screwdriver. Much to the consternation of fans of all walks, it looked like it was gone for good. But like Bed Bath And Beyond coupons, the Screwdriver is coming back – and it's got some company!
It’s no secret that The Hobbit and LOTR director Peter Jackson loves Doctor Who. He’s been so keen about directing an episode of the series in the past that he even took a meeting with Who showrunner Steven Moffat a couple of years ago.
Doctor Who has dealt with a huge question all throughout this season, and it's done so right under our noses. While the coming of The Hybrid was mentioned at the beginning of the season, it's been barely mentioned throughout the following episodes - until now.