Season 7 has just launched, and to celebrate the return of the intrepid Timelord, here's a brilliant comic cover featuring a collection of infamous Who-foes. Can you name them all?
At this point it's hard to imagine anyone but Matt Smith as the bowtie rockin', Sonic Screwdriver spinnin' Eleventh Doctor, but it almost didn't work out that way. According to Smith, he first met showrunner Steven Moffat not to discuss Who, but a very different role on another show.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat is at it again, teasing us on how the arrival of the Doctor's (Matt Smith) new companion (Jenna-Louise Coleman) and the heartbreaking departure of Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) will affect our beloved Time Lord. *MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD*
The fantastic author Neil Gaiman, who penned last season's beloved Doctor Who episode "The Doctor's Wife," had so much fun he's coming back. Who fans, rejoice—Gaiman is hard at work on his return trip to the TARDIS.
Raise your hands if you thought that Doctor Who's Season Seven premiere 'Asylum of the Daleks' was effin' brilliant! So many twists and turns in a storyline that was both exciting, thrilling and totally gob smacking. Well done, Mr. Moffat! Now it's time we turn our attention to the next episode of the series titled 'Dinosaurs on a Spaceship' with these 36 new awesome (and epic) pics released by the BBC.
There's not a whole lot to be excited about except Doctor Who's got dinosaurs on a spaceship, which should keep the week interesting. And there's a new Labor Day episode of Grimm that offers a little "Monroe-mance." We'll also get the midseason return of Ghost Hunters sans Grant.
Actor Arthur Darvill believes you're going to cry. And, in fact, he feels a little blue himself when it come to saying goodbye to Rory Williams, his heartfelt character on BBC America's Doctor Who. Darvill and Karen Gillan, who play the Doctor's married companions, Rory and Amy Pond, will be leaving the series in the fifth episode of season seven, and yes, he thinks it's the kind of ending that will make you weep.
The last and fifth episode of Doctor Who's entertaining prequel/spinoff Pond Life is finally here! This time, things are about to get dramatic for our beloved Ponds.
The hilarious part four of Doctor Who's prequel/spinoff Pond Life is up and we've got to say that having a 900+ years old Time Lord as a friend definitely has its advantages for Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory's (Arthur Darville) domestic life.
Doctor Who is back this Saturday and there's going to be a huge start to the seventh season filled with Daleks, Weeping Angels and an exit for companions Amy Pond and her husband, Rory Williams, that will be "heartbreaking," said executive producer Caroline Skinner in an exclusive interview with Blastr. And that's only the first five episodes.