The countdown to the new season of Doctor Who is on. BBC America has released an exclusive trailer promoting its big fall premiere. Judging from the footage, everyone's starting to feel the heat, especially Amy.
Filming for Doctor Who's upcoming Christmas special is in full swing and we've got a couple of set pics in which the Doctor (Matt Smith) looks quite dapper in period clothing and a large top hat—top hats are now cool, too—while his new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) runs after him—plus we also have two new videos to share.
The BBC's doing its best to whet our appetites for Doctor Who's upcoming seventh season, releasing an exciting clip from the first episode titled ''Asylum of the Daleks.'' And you know what? It's working.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat has revealed that he really struggled with writing the final moments of the Doctor's (Matt Smith) beloved companions the Ponds, Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill).
The final days of the Ponds are upon us as Doctor Who's first half of its seventh season is finally gearing up to return to our TV screens. (The rumor has August 25 as the first episode's airdate.) In order to get us excited about the upcoming and heartbreaking new season, the BBC has released a massive gallery of pics.
Doctor Who's final season with the Ponds is rife with mystery, but today, the last two episode titles with Amy and Rory have been revealed. What secrets could they hold? Read on to find out.
Can we have a 'Geronimo!'? Because Matt Smith has revealed that he'll stay put as the Eleventh Doctor for at least another two years, which means we'll have more timey wimey adventures, bow ties, fezzes, Jammie Dodgers and Stetsons with his Time Lord until 2014—and he also explained why.
'Tis the season to be jolly as the 1st set pics from the Newport set of Doctor Who's Christmas episode emerge and in one swift stroke confirm the return of a few rumored characters.
Image of the Day: Brilliant Doctor Who wedding cake topper
The beloved BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who has always been a little timey-wimey when it comes to how the actual science of time travel works, but apparently, quite a bit of thought actually goes into making the TARDIS run. Want to see Who showrunner Steven Moffat and some scientists explain how it all works?