Since Doctor Who's successful TV comeback in 2005, fans have been wondering which classic Who villains would return to make life difficult (okay, exciting) for our beloved Time Lord. Until now, only a handful have made it into the new series, but now comes a rumor that another old enemy is set to make its long-awaited return.
While we're still slowly (but surely) recovering from the confirmed departure of both Amy and Rory from Doctor Who next season, Karen Gillan has revealed that *gulp* death could be the answer to the question we've all been asking: How will the Ponds leave the TARDIS?
With the recent, sad news that Doctor Who companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darville) were leaving the TARDIS next season, it was only a matter of time before rumors about who the new companion might be would come up. And they have.
Director J.J. Abrams is busily filling out his burgeoning Star Trek 2 cast—he's already added guest stars Alice Eve and Peter Weller to the returning Enterprise crew—and he's tapped a bloke who's already got plenty of experience traveling through time and space.
Image of the Day: Doctorama—16 famous Drs. in Futurama jars
Blastr's Images of the Day have continued be one of our most popular features—but some of those images were more popular than others. With the end of 2011 right around the corner, we decided to take a look back at the year to see which ones you clicked on the most.
Look out, Matt Smith! Someone is vying for your gig as The Doctor in the long-running and beloved sci-fi series Doctor Who. And that someone is Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren.
The character of Doctor Who has been played by eleven different actors since 1963, each of whom had many companions on his travels. Some viewers feel that they might need a scorecard to keep track of all the players ... or at least one honkin' huge infographic. Fortunately for them, we found one.
Doctor Who's eagerly anticipated Christmas special ''The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe'' is less than a week away (Sunday can't come soon enough for us!) and we've got nine awesome new—and mildly spoilery— pics to share with you.
There are two big finales this week as Terra Nova and American Horror Story finish out their freshman seasons, plus we get a very merry Doctor Who Christmas special.