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Game of Thrones has an after show. The Walking Dead has an after show. Now Top Gear will be getting an after show, because thatís what popular shows do these days. Here's what it will be about.
Ever since the end of Season 9, Doctor Who fans have been wondering just who will be called upon to replace Jenna Coleman as the Doctor's companion. Now, we finally know when we'll find out.
The Doctor Who spinoff has been coming together for a while. If youíve been keeping tabs on the soon-to-be series, you might already know the spinoff will be called Class and will feature classmates learning at Coal Hill School. Now we know who is involved.
Now, the latest amalgamation is finally coming together, and the first trailer focuses on fast cars, Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and some untimely vomit. You can check it out in all its glory.
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.
Creativity abounds in current TV programming, from the way television is being formatted for different channels and streaming services to the way that shows can be shuffled around or moved to different formats if they arenít working out as part of the regular TV schedule.
Doctor Who is a fun show for plenty of reasons, but it just wouldn't be the same the Doctor didnít have a companion traveling through time with him. The Twelfth Doctor is currently without a companion, but rumor has it that one actress is being considered for the role, and she could be great.
There are few more surefire ways for actors to immortalize themselves than by joining the Doctor on his adventures on Doctor Who, sometimes for more than one guest stint.
If you thought losing a companion was hard, losing The Doctor is even harder. At least, that's what fans who have been relying on streaming services to get their Doctor Who fix will be thinking, as the rights are currently up in the air.
Showbiz is not always glitz and glamour, and actor Dominic Monaghan knows it better than most thanks to his job as host of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. Things got a bit too wild when he visited Thailand for the show and had an encounter with a very unfriendly reptile.
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.
Itís finally official, people. After an extended ĒWill he?/Wonít he?Ē 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 BBCís 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. Hereís what he had to say about leaving the series.