The Hollywood Reporter now has it that Matt Smith will be leaving Doctor Who at some point in season eight.
The big finale for the seventh season of Doctor Who aired last night, and from the title we were promised the name of the Doctor.
“Clara is summoned to an impossible conference call, alerting her that the deadly Whisper Men are closing in on Vastra, Jenny and Strax. Someone is kidnapping the Doctor’s friends, leading him toward the one place in all of time and space that he should never go. It’s a deadly trap that threatens to unravel his past, present and future…”
Did you like it? Was it the best episode of Doctor Who ever, or was this just another gimmick with an ultimate let down? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts!
For those of you who are dying to see the season finale of Doctor Who, I hope you pre-ordered your Blu-ray copy of the second part of season seven, as about 1,000 plus copies have been shipped early in the United States of America, which includes the yet unaired “The Name of The Doctor,” that reveals the actual name of the Doctor.
A new zombie series coming out of the UK, In The Flesh has an interesting take and new direction on the ever popular zombie genre. Setting the story post-war once a cure has been discovered, it will take the dark path following a former zombie that has been rehabilitated and is going back into normal society. The trailer, which you can see after the jump, gives a bit more and has me more than interested for a fresh zombie idea.
What happens when three actors who played Doctor Who have passed away, and another doesn’t want to return for the big 50th anniversary TV movie? For William Hartnell, the first Doctor, the BBC found an actor to portray him in an upcoming docu-drama.
What really happened to the Ponds after the Angels Take Manhattan? Yes, we know they died eventually, but there were so many other things left unsaid… and left unshot. The BBC has released the storyboards of an unshot scene where Rory’s dad, Brian, learns of their fate.
MAJOR SPOILER AFTER THE JUMP!
We’ve seen the big trailer for the next season of Doctor Who, but in this teaser, we get to see what the Daleks are chanting… and it is creepy as hell.
The BBC has released the first official publicity image of The Doctor and his new companion, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman.
What happens when a kid writes a Doctor Who script in a BBC contest? Let’s just say the Doctor and Amy won’t be blinking much in this three minute short.
Anything that can reduce the stress in our lives is a good thing. The Daleks are returning to Doctor Who in the seventh series, and they have discovered a way to help us relax.
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.
If you were speculating when Amy Pond would be leaving The Doctor’s side, and who would be the next companion to follow the time traveler, the BBC has announced the new sidekick.