Doctor Who has added four exciting guest stars to the roster for its upcoming season seven "part two" who'll be bringing even more timey wimey goodness to the Doctor's (Matt Smith) mad adventures in the TARDIS. One's a Star Trek (and sci-fi) veteran, the other a Game of Thrones former smuggler, one almost extended his claws as the ferocious wolverine and the fourth played a midwife.
While we all know that Doctor Who's upcoming 50th anniversary next year will be HUGE with a capital H, and that many former Doctors and companions have already expressed their willingness to return for the big timey wimey bash, there's one former companion who refuses to beg in order to return.
It's that time of year again! The San Diego Comic-Con pre-show announcements have amped up the excitement to a fever pitch. The big show is early this year, July 11 to 15th, so the exclusive collectibles that can be bought at the show or pre-ordered through the show are being unveiled daily.
Remember when we told you last week about that rumored Doctor Who lesbian plotline for the upcoming season seven? Well, the actress at the center of that sexy business is sounding off on the subject. What does she have to say?
Caroline John's time on Doctor Who may have been short, but it was definitely memorable. Playing the Doctor's companion Liz Shaw in just four serial episodes—with a few cameos sprinkled in after that—the character was a fan favorite, despite her brief tenure.
Doctor Who honcho Steven Moffat loves to mix things up, and rumor has it a fan favorite alien will be coming back in season seven—and falling for The Doctor's new companion in a lesbian storyline.
We're weeks away from the eagerly anticipated Doctor Who season 7 premiere, and a few tantalizing details have emerged from the Time Vortex about that first, Dalek-filled episode. *SPOILERS AHEAD*
For the past two years (and almost three seasons now), Matt Smith has delighted us as the Eleventh Doctor on Doctor Who. But you know how things go: people are already speculating as to when Smith will leave the series to make room for Doctor number Twelve—except Matt Smith has no intention of leaving. Ever. Or does he?
Rumors of a potential female Doctor Who have been swirling for years, and the actress most recently associated with the role said she's love to take a crack at being The Doctor—but, she worries fans may not be "keen" on the idea.
This Sunday is the 40th anniversary of Watergate, the event that catapulted President Richard M. Nixon from being merely the 37th president to one of the most notorious—so we're looking back at the times that notoriety translated into genre fiction.