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Here in the world of television fandom, we rely on our main characters to keep us hooked on our favorites series year in and year out, and it’s inarguably a tough job. So cheers to these ten characters, chosen by fans as the greatest TV figures of all time.
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.
Although Doctor Who has never featured the titular character as a woman during its 50+ year history, one of the individuals who created the show back in 1963 was keen on having a woman inherit the mantle.
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.
The Doctor has made had his fair share of friends and allies over the course of Doctor Who’s 50+ year history, but not all of them have made it though their adventures with him alive. However, one of these deceased characters will be returning for the show’s new season.
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.
Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who recently celebrated its 10th Anniversary on the air. Over the past decade, the show has become a popular series worldwide, bringing together fans of different ages, from different countries. The show is certifiably a success, and Moffat recently revealed there is more to come.
Doctor Who and Sherlock are currently two of the most popular British TV shows in the world, and both are run by the same guy: Steven Moffat. Because they’re under the same leadership, fans have wondered for years about a way to join the two shows in a crossover.
With Season 8 serving as the highest-rated season of Doctor Who yet here in the States, not even the sky is the limit for Season 9, which will feature a guest spot from one of Game of Thrones' breakout stars.
Ten years, ten formidable enemies, all of time and space to duke it out. Check out the list of the ten best villains from the last 10 years of Doctor Who!
Indeed, the universe is vast and dangerous and to accommodate our slothful requirements, we’re going to need a list of 5 very aesthetically different candidates in our search for the most excellently tranquil of transports. So, on that note, let’s look at the 5 science fiction spaceships we'd love to live in.
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.
Since the 2005 relaunch of Doctor Who, the titular character has been involved in several romantic relationships, and it’s one of the lesser ones that prompted a spirited debate between current showrunner Steven Moffat and his predecessor Russell T. Davies.