For a moment there we seemed to have evidence that an upcoming episode of Doctor Who would be filmed in the U.S.—and then, almost immediately, that evidence disappeared. Was it just a rumor? Or was there a kernel of truth to it all that some don't want us to know?
The Doctor Who teasers keep on coming, and we've got two more. Not only will the new season see the return of a classic villain—again—but a Time Lord regeneration taboo is apparently about to be broken!
Earlier today, we told you that the next best thing to an actual Doctor Who episode was tons of teasers. Now we have something even better—our very first footage from the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas Special.
What's the next best thing to getting a brand-new episode of Doctor Who right now? Getting loads of teasers from upcoming episodes! And thanks to two scanned pages from The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who, we have a TON of them.
Doctor Who season 6 won't air until next spring in the UK (and it's not yet known when it'll air in the U.S.), but some pictures of what MAY be the Doctor's upcoming new monsters have popped up online, and we have a first look here. (But before you click, be aware these might be considered SPOILERS by some.)
Welcome to West Exe Learning Centre. This school has a high standard of excellence, a Dalek, nutritious school lunch, a—wait! A Dalek? The enemy of Doctor Who since 1963? But if you happened to stumble upon the school last week, you would have learned that, yes, they have a Dalek.
As you've probably noticed, we've been getting pretty excited about next spring's premiere of Doctor Who season 6. (Need evidence? Check out here or here.) So we were thrilled to get a look today at even more Doctor Who awesomeness.
Doctor Who has delivered many delightful and entertaining episodes since it returned in 2005, but as even the show's biggest fans will admit ... well ... there've been a few appallingly lame ones as well.
A note from the BBC Press Office sent in the early 1980s to a Doctor Who fan who requested the plans to construct his own Dalek has recently been unearthed by Letters of Note. The BBC did indeed send the plans, along with a warning to the fan (Ronald) that "the constructed Dalek will be used only for personal uses."
Production is well under way for Doctor Who's sixth season, and yes we're excited about it. It's the first time since the 2005 relaunch of the show that the Doctor and his companion will carry over from one season to the next, and we'll also get to find out more about the "silence" from last season.