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It’s rare that a show currently still running can be categorized as “legendary,” but BBC’s Doctor Who is definitely the stuff of legend. According Doctor Who executive producer Steven Moffat, the 50th anniversary special was very nearly a disaster.
When it was announced that River Song would return to Doctor Who, we weren't sure where her next appearance would fit in her complicated timeline. Now, with new information with Steven Moffat, we know exactly where this is going to fit - and we've got those details within.
Today, we come to pay homage to our dear friend, Clara Oswald. Her time with The Doctor has come to an end, so naturally now is a good time to remember the adventures of her past, while focusing on what her departure means for The Doctor.
Although it was announced in September that Jenna Coleman would depart Doctor Who this season, it was never specified when Clara Oswald’s last appearance would be, but now we know.
Clara Oswald and The Doctor have been adventuring together in time and space for almost two and a half seasons of Doctor Who, but that time is coming to an end. And while the Doctor has lost companions before, he'll be facing this absence in a different way.
Doctor Who has never been a stranger to guest stars, and the years since the show’s revival in 2005 have been positively full of them. And now Tom Hanks' name has been thrown into the conversation by Peter Capaldi.
Doctor Who had one of its best one off episodes this week, all thanks to the creative talents of writer Mark Gatiss. If your young children have been enjoying this current run of Doctor Who, you may want to read this before showing them this week's episode.
While we absolutely know some facts about what Doctor Who has coming up, including the fact that Jenna-Louis Coleman is leaving and will need to be replaced by a new companion, a lot of other information regarding Season 10 (Series 10 in the UK) has been way more up in the air.
As the conclusion to the two part Zygon story on Doctor Who drew to a close, one thing was clearest above all: The Doctor is finally back to top form!
Each new season of the new Doctor Who series has been comprised of 12-13 episodes, but there’s now word that Season 10 may get much less than that.
The best shows are the ones that can adapt and move on in the face of change, but that doesn’t always make it easy for fans to remain composed. Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi recently ran into a similar problem when the time came for his Twelfth Doctor to say goodbye to Jenna Louise Coleman’s Clara.
No show is ever completely safe when it comes to staying on the air, and Doctor Who is not the cheapest to produce. Showrunner Steven Moffat, however, is not too worried about the future of the series. Here's what he had to say.
We're still reeling over The Zygon Invasion's final frames, so naturally we have to ask the question on everyone's minds: was the ending telling the truth?
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat opens up about how the BBC program has been designed to endure through the years whereas many other shows simply were not built for such longevity.
If you’ve been keeping tabs on Doctor Who, you probably know that the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, will be returning next season. And now showrunner Steven Moffat has revealed what Doctor Who is bringing back.