Maisie Williams wants to pilot the TARDIS — that is, if Idris Elba is unavailable.
The Game of Thrones actress and previous Doctor Who guest star says it’s time for a woman or a person of color to portray the eponymous time-traveling hero at the center of BBC’s longrunning sci-fi adventure series.
Lego Dimensions is all about bringing pop culture icons together, and a new trailer for the game gathers a few beloved doctors to some messy results.
Steven Moffat will step down as head writer and executive producer of Doctor Who following the series’ 10th season, the BBC announced Friday.
Few Doctor Who fans are likely to be shocked by the much-trumpeted appearance of Alex Kingston’s River Song in this year’s special Christmas episode, which screens Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. ET on BBC America.
Season 9 is too ordinary a title for the year Doctor Who just had, so I’m proposing an upgrade: Doctor Who: The Fourth Awakens. Season 4 has its fingerprints all over season 9, but while most of this year concerned itself with Donna, the companion we regained and then lost, the Christmas special is more interested in River — the companion we gained and lost all at once, but not forever, exactly. What is forever to a time traveler? Spoilers.
Have you found yourself wondering, “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite TV shows? We’re here to tell you. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: Spoilers ahead.)
Sherlock co-creator and regular Doctor Who scribe Mark Gatiss is in no rush to see the lead characters from his two TV shows meet up. In fact, the British writer and actor — who plays Mycroft Holmes on Sherlock — tells EW that a crossover between the two globally successful franchises will happen “over my dead body.”
What is home to a man who runs away? Not an ends, but a means to an end. Nothing that should be permanent is permanent to the Doctor: not home, and not even death. Earlier this season, when Clara thought that she was staring the Doctor’s ghost in the face, she told her friend to set this right. He had made himself “essential” to her, and he couldn’t do that and then die. Now, once Clara is already dead, it’s time for the Doctor to say the same.
Doctor Who fans who reached for a handkerchief when Jenna Coleman’s character Clara Oswald died on the show a couple of weeks back may find themselves exercising their elbows again this Saturday, when BBC America broadcasts the time-travel show’s season finale. That’s according to showrunner Steven Moffat.
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