A number of Doctor Who episodes for Series Seven have been shot, which means it’s time for the trailers to start arriving in our e-mail boxes.

I am so glad BBC America and the BBC have their programming aligned, because I don’t think I could wait half a year to see this series.


  1. Scott
    March 26, 2012 at 12:59 pm — Reply

    Holy cow.

    About two years ago I had an idea for a bit of Doctor Who fanfic I was going to call The Tin Heart Kid. If the Cybermen are somehow involved in that Western episode, I’m going to start wearing a tinfoil hat, because someone’s been reading my mind.

    • Arbor Day
      March 26, 2012 at 6:08 pm — Reply

      No offense intended, but I just started reading a Dr. Who novel starring 10th Doctor and Martha called Peacemaker, that was set in the wild west and involved alien gunmen. So its not necessarily ripped from your brain.

      • Scott
        March 26, 2012 at 9:02 pm — Reply

        How do I know the author of that book didn’t read my mind?

        AAAAAAHHHH!!!! I need a helmet like Magneto’s!

        Seriously, I know it’s just a weird coincidence. What’s really odd is that this is something like the fifth or sixth time this sort of thing has happened to me.

  2. March 26, 2012 at 12:59 pm — Reply

    “I am so glad BBC America and the BBC have their programming aligned, because I don’t think I could wait half a year to see this series.”

    I was so happy when that happened. Being deaf, it always frustrated me when well meaning friends overseas would point me to uploaded episodes that hadn’t aired in the US yet, but I couldn’t really understand any of what was going on without captions.

    The clips looked great, can’t wait to see the new season!!

  3. March 26, 2012 at 1:30 pm — Reply

    This looks to be a better improvement over season 6. So cool, I like that it seems they’re sticking with it being Amy and Rory until the change over, until the shows breaks our hearts.

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