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Hereís a sentence you should be quite used to hearing at this point: Netflix is putting together a fantastic sounding series that a cast of superstars have signed on to join.
While the development of a new Doctor is always one of the most followed casting announcements for Doctor Who, there is another bit of casting news which helps rival this announcement: namely, the incarnation of the Doctor's newest companion.
The new iteration of Top Gear hasnít even premiered yet, but people are already throwing out major opinions about it. Here's the latest,
Doctor Who spinoff Class is already filming, and a new bit of news about just who will be appearing has been released. In a fun twist, he'll be a familiar face to many Who fans.
After Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May finished their runs on Top Gear, a lot of eyes were watching to see what the three men would do next. Now all eyes are looking at which show will do better.
Doctor Who Season 9 experienced erratic scheduling while airing on the BBC in the U.K., which frustrated many fans, including The Doctor himself, Peter Capaldi. Here's what he had to say about it.
If youíve been keeping tabs on the BBC over the last few months, you may already know that the company has been making preliminary plans to get a subscription streaming service off of the ground.
For a show thatís been around since 1963, Doctor Who has no problem feeling like a very modern show. The producers and current star, however, feel like thereís something they could do to make the show feel even more current.
Doctor Who has seen a number of actors take on the role since the series began in 1963. With the current showrunner leaving after Season 10, fans are already wondering if that means current star Peter Capaldi will head out, too. Well, Capaldi has some thoughts on that subject.
By now, most Whovians know that our beloved Doctor Who is getting a spinoff, Class. Now, we also know that a certain time traveler is likely to make an appearance.
Top Gear has had one hell of a year. After presenter Jeremy Clarkson got into an on-set scuffle the show was launched into a series of controversies, speculations and general confusion. Now, at least one aspect of the whole debacle has been solved.
The new Top Gear has been coming together over at the BBC for a while, and recently we learned that Friends and Episodes star Matt LeBlanc would be trying his hand at talking about cars.
Not all documentaries are engaging enough to make learning fun, but the BBC's Planet Earth was so gorgeous that learning about the habitats and animals of the world was breathtaking back when it hit the airwaves in 2006. Now, there's some very good news: a follow-up series is definitely happening.
The Walking Dead is one of the biggest shows on TV, so David Morrissey gained massive international fame as the unforgettable Governor in the third and fourth seasons. And he's just landed another huge role.
We already knew that Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc would be hosting the new series and rumors indicated a few other cast members have signed on but this morning, Top Gear confirmed the rest of the cast.