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Doctor Who is gearing up to return to the schedule for the ninth season. The new trailer is heavy on the action but fairly light on the spoiler alerts, and features appearances from a slew of villains and characters who will be popping up in Season 9.
Doctor Who’s new season is right around the corner. As per usual they are trying to keep a lot of the season under wraps. However, a piece of casting news was just released that marks a milestone in a series that is already over 50 years old.
By the time Season 9 of Doctor Who debuts in September, fans will have been waiting more than ten months to see what shenanigans the latest Doctor will get up to in his second year. But if recent reports are to be believed, we’ll be waiting a lot longer to get Season 10.
Despite being announced months ago, the BBC has been staying tight-lipped on the identity of Maisie Williams’ character in Doctor Who Season 9. Now showrunner Steven Moffat has provided additional details on what we can expect from her.
As political correctness and gender equality continue to touch upon almost every aspect of our modern lives, there are still a few places where changes are harder to come by, and one of them is inside the TARDIS. And one Doctor Who star would rather keep it that way.
Sometimes, the lede is buried in an annual review and only found after being dug up by a bunch of journalists. Such was the case with Doctor Who; the science fiction drama has officially been picked up for Season 10.
While most of the news for the upcoming batch of Doctor Who episodes has revolved around the supporting and guest characters, little has been revealed about the titular hero. Thankfully, star Peter Capaldi has teased what’s in store for the Twelfth Doctor.
The controversy regarding Top Gear host, Jeremy Clarkson has clearly hit the brakes on the show. However, the BBC announced that they will, in the very least, release a new episode cobbled together from the last shoot to cap-off the short-changed Season 22.
The global appeal for Doctor Who is probably the strongest it’s ever been, and one would think that the return of one of the series’ most popular characters in the contemporary era, John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness would be a no-brainer.
The Doctor Who that’s currently seen on television may be a revival of the classic series that ran from 1963 to 1989, but it hasn’t forgotten its roots, and current leading man Peter Capaldi is keen on a particular character from the show’s classic years returning in the future after a decades-long absence.
Of the twelve Doctor Who leads, all have been white males, which has prompted some criticism from audiences looking for more females in the mix. Recently, Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat spoke out about the potential for an eventual female Time Lady.
I don’t put much stock in the power of wishes, but BBC America seems to want to change my thought process, as they are apparently listening to all the Clone Club members out there who never want to see Orphan Black come to an end.
Since leaving Doctor Who, Christopher Eccleston has talked about his mixed experiences playing the Ninth Doctor, but he’s now gone into more detail about the circumstances of his departure.
BBC America’s Orphan Black is one of the most exciting shows on TV, and lead actress Tatiana Maslany has proven herself consistently amazing. Of course, not that many people know that, given the show’s limited audience, but that could all change for Season 3.
Doctor Who’s eighth season was pretty exciting, and the ninth is starting to look promising, as well. This morning, BBC America announced that Doctor Who will be bringing back an intriguing Season 8 character. Michelle Gomez, who played Missy last season, will be returning to the hit science fiction drama during Season 9.