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.
Earlier this week, Netflix subscribers all over the country got some bad news when it was announced that the streaming service would soon be losing a huge chunk of its British TV series lineup. It turns out that news wasn't entirely true.
Netflix is a cheap TV solution for many families, but one of the downsides to Netflix is its penchant for dropping popular programming. Unfortunately at the end of the month, a bunch of wildly popular programs are being dropped by the streaming service.
Before this most recent season of Doctor Who, one of the biggest questions being bounced around the sci-fi community was “Will Peter Capaldi’s edgier Doctor do the franchise well?” Now that his first season in the TARDIS is said and done, there has been something of a split decision.
The Doctor Who Christmas special aired last night, and we finally got the answer to Clara's fate on the TARDIS. Jenna Coleman shares her feelings about Clara's future.
You better watch out. You better not cry. You better not disrobe on Christmas Eve, or assume you or your family will live to see December 26, or attempt to experience goodwill and joy on Christmas. Because one of these Santa Clauses might be coming to town.
The trailer for the Doctor Who Christmas special is basically perfect. It doesn't give a lot of plot details, but it sure has us excited! Does anyone need anything more in life than Nick Frost as Santa Claus?
However, after Clara popped back up in the sneak peek for the Christmas special, some Whovians have started to wonder if we’ve really seen the last of Clara Oswald. It looks like we will have an official answer on Clara’s future in the TARDIS when we watch the Christmas special!
For a show that wouldn’t be the show we all love today without the hard work and creativity of some awesome women, it’s a bit sad and shocking that there hasn’t been a female writer on the Doctor Who since 2008. Luckily, this week Doctor Who announced it will be turning over a new leaf this week, hiring its first female writer in six years.