Ever since it was announced Peter Capaldi was following in Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat’s footsteps by leaving the BBC series at the end of Season 10, fans have been waiting on tenterhooks to find out who will replace him in the TARDIS.
In the years since Sherlock began, stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman have become bona fide Hollywood stars. It's not that easy to get the duo together these days ... but it might've just gotten so hard that the show is calling it quits.
The last time we saw Missy on Doctor Who was in the opening two-parter of Season 9. While we knew Michelle Gomez would be returning for Season 10, a new video completely confirms the highly anticipated return of the Doctor’s arch-frenemy to the series.
While we know Steven Moffat will be handing the keys to the TARDIS to Chris Chibnall following the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas special, we still don’t know what a change in showrunner will mean for Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi and his new companion Bill (Pearl Mackie).
Fans have been waiting a long time to see what’s next for Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock, and now we finally know when Season 4 debuts — and we’re happy to report it's a whole lot sooner than anyone expected.
Following the news that Doctor Who’s Peter Capaldi would be reprising his role as the Twelfth Doctor in the premiere episode of the new spinoff series Class, the BBC has released two video featurettes putting the spotlight on showrunner Patrick Ness and the character of Miss Quill.
The BBC series Sherlock has never really followed a conventional TV schedule, with shortened runs and occasional years-long waits between seasons. So, what does the future hold for Benedict Cumberbatch’s super-smart alter ego?