Would Alex Kingston, who plays the wonderful River Song on Doctor Who, always come back if Steven Moffat had a new storyline for her?
There’s a beloved character from Doctor Who that may be meeting his/her maker in the second half of Season seven.
Arrow's moving in on Doctor Who's turf. Following John Barrowman, they've cast another star from the iconic series.
The BBC has released two new Doctor Who clips ahead of its highly anticipated Weeping Angels episode coming this Saturday. The clips are creepy enough that it'll seriously make you afraid to blink at your computer screen. We know we are!
You guys know how much we luuurve River Song (Alex Kingston) on Doctor Who, right? And you know we totally love the fun and mischief she brings Every. Single. Time. To our beloved Time Lord (Matt Smith). So it's great to know that—thankfully, her return appearance in the upcoming season seven won't be any different.
Alex Kingston's River Song has grown into one of the most interesting characters in Doctor Who history, with her backstory comprising much of last season's main story arc. But, that doesn't mean Kingston is satisfied—and if it were up to her—she would make an epic, River-centric Torchwood crossover happen. Like, now.
New set pics from the fifth episode of season seven of Doctor Who have found their way online and they feature the return of none other than Mrs. Robinson River Song (Alex Kingston) herself, back in all her glory and with a mystery to boot! "Shhhhh. Spoilers!"
Someone's coming back for the upcoming seventh season of Doctor Who, and while we all kinda knew it would happen, we're still very excited about it. Can you guess who it is? Of course, you can! Still, we have to warn you: Shhhhh, spoilers!
We don't know about you, but we happen to adore River Song, played by the wonderful Alex Kingston, on Doctor Who. And even though her character arc seems to have come full circle last season with the stunning reveal that she was [spoiler!] Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory's (Arthur Darville) daughter—as well as The Doctor's (Matt Smith) wife—Kingston teases that she will be back.
There are plenty of reasons to love the various Doctor Who casts, so the fact people like David Tennant, Christopher Eccleston and Alex Kingston took time out to read to kids for the BBC's version of Nickelodeon is just icing on the cake.