Why is it that Doctor Who companion Rory Williams, aka Amy Pond's hubby, can't catch a break on the show? The poor guy died so many times on Who that he's become the Kenny of the beloved UK sci-fi series. And now comes a rumor that—wait for it — he may die again during Season 7.
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 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.
The official Doctor Who season seven trailer is HERE! And though we knew for sure it was gonna be EPIC, we're still surprised by how sad it also is. Because these are, after all, the final days of our beloved Ponds. So are you guys ready for more completely mad timey-wimey adventures with the Doctor? We sure are! ''Geronimo!''
While we're all super excited about Doctor Who's newest trailer and the confirmation that the show's coming back on Sept. 1st, we have one more reason to get even more thrilled: The Doctor's (Matt Smith) faithful companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darville) are—wait for it—getting their very own series!
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*