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The perils of immortality have been a theme on Doctor Who for quite some time, with the last two weeks focusing on it more than usual. Read on to see how last night's episode may have set up the rest of the season.
This week's Doctor Who poses a really big question, bigger than the questions posed throughout this season. Should we be afraid of Maisie Williams' character, Ashildr? Step inside, and we'll explain our theory.
A lot of fans are in an uproar about The Doctor losing his Sonic Screwdriver this season. Read on to see why this isn't as big of a shake up as most people would think.
Aside from the TARDIS, the Time Lord’s most recognizable piece of his technology is his sonic screwdriver. And though the switch from screwdriver to sunglasses has polarized fans, showrunner Steven Moffat has no regrets about the change.
As with many shows which only run 10 or so episodes in a season, Doctor Who episodes are over so quickly, and then there’s another year or more of wait before the show comes back. It turns out that the BBC would love to see more Doctor Who as much as fans would, but not everybody is down.
Actress Jenna Coleman recently announced she would be leaving the role behind after three seasons, confirming rumors and yet raising a whole slew of new questions. One of the biggest questions has been if Clara’s exit from the series in Season 9 will be permanent.
Doctor Who returned last night with a hell of a first part to the season's two part opener. But there's one question we have on our minds after everything is said and done: could The Doctor ever intentionally kill someone?
Doctor Who has been off the air since the Christmas special “Last Christmas,” but the cast and crew have been hard at work since January for the revival’s ninth season. With only a few months left until Doctor Who Season 9 premieres, here’s everything important you need to know about the Twelfth Doctor’s sophomore season.
Doctor Who is a show about time, and with time comes changes. We already know that the upcoming Season 9 will include a change of companion but it turns out that’s not the only thing changing on the set.
Now, on the eve of the premiere of the ninth season, some major news about the future of the show has been released: Jenna-Louise Coleman will be leaving the role of companion Clara behind.
Just a few days before Doctor Who returns to the schedule, the rumor mill is abounding with news of an impending departure, and you can probably guess who those rumors are about.
Doctor Who dabbles in so many genres that there’s really something to appeal to everybody so long as they can accept the blue box time machine and regenerating hero known as “the Doctor.” But there is one thing the current Doctor, Peter Capaldi, feels the show needs to add:
It would be hard to play the Doctor, and Peter Capaldi, who will appear as the Doctor for his second season this fall, recently said in an interview that he doesn’t feel that he has “nailed” the role, yet. Here's what he had to say.
Good news! The BBC announced that an especially important person from The Doctor’s past will return for the Doctor Who Christmas special later this year. Find out more about the unusual character's return after the jump.
If you check out the first full trailer for The Last Kindom, you should see that violence and warfare will reign supreme.