Still holding on to the possibility that Benedict Cumberbatch—the man with the most delicious name ever—could play the villainous Master in the 50th Anniversary special of Doctor Who? Showrunner Steven Moffat recently decided to address those rumors once and for all. Kinda.
After months of wild speculations and rumors as to who would get to be the next Doctor Who companion, the BBC has finally revealed the name of the person who'll be cozying up with Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor in the TARDIS!
There's something special about sci-fi and fantasy that seems to unite people in strong bonds of friendship and, sometimes, even true love. So there's something extremely touching—and infinitely sad—about the story of a young couple who are looking for a TARDIS urn for the young man's ashes.
Even the most invincible sci-fi heroes need a little luck to get them through now and then, and there's no better time to remember that than St. Patrick's Day. So, with the weekend of green beer and four-leaf clovers upon us, we reflect on the lucky breaks of our favorite characters, from nuked fridges to broken wands.
Doctor Who's 50th anniversary is coming up in 2013, and we just know that Steven Moffat will make it one heck of an anniversary to remember. If we look at past traditions, we can expect some appearances from former Doctors.
Image of the Day: Luke + Doctor Who + lightsaber = crossover squee
It's no secret to Whovians everywhere that Karen Gillan wants her Doctor Who character, Amy Pond, to die in the upcoming seventh season of the beloved UK sci-fi series. The red-headed actress has been clamoring for Amy's permanent demise for a while now. But will Who showrunner Steven Moffat actually, truly go through with killing both Amy and Rory? Maybe not.
Rumors are rife right now that a certain British blonde actress (NOT Billie Piper) is being tapped as the next Doctor Who companion—or at the very least, making a return appearance. Need we say: ''Shhhhh, possible spoilers?''
You can find a lot of crazy stuff by mining the depths of classic Doctor Who episodes, including some stuff that defies the show's canon. These days we know 11 official incarnations of our favorite Time Lord, but in a 1976 episode it was revealed that by the Tom Baker era our Doctor had already regenerated several more times than we'd seen on screen.
More filming pics from the Spanish set of Doctor Who's Wild West themed episode have made their way online, and we get another fresh (if a tad grainy) look at the galactic-villain-cyborg-gunslinger-guy. We also have more cool pics of the Doctor (Matt Smith) and his two companions, Amy and Rory (Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill).