© 2015, Blastr. All rights reserved.
Is it finally time for Doctor Who to return to Gallifrey?
At the San Diego Comic-Con panel, some misinterpreted the Doctor Who showrunner that he does not want a female Doctor. But in an interview before the panel, he told us something different.
After being absent last year, the show returned to SDCC with a panel featuring Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Michelle Gomez and showrunner Steven Moffat -- and yes, a female Time Lord was discussed
Fantasy author Neil Gaiman had some wise words of wisdom to impart to Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat.
The Doctor Who 50th-anniversary special did more than reunite three Doctors: It reversed the outcome of the Time War and changed the fate of Gallifrey.
Russell T. Davies has a great reason as to why Steven Moffat should bring back the magnificent Alex Kingston as the Doctor's wife. And it can be summed up in two brilliant little words.
With the arrival of Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor, Whovians thought the constant flirting between the Doctor and his companion(s) -- which marked the David Tennant/Matt Smith era -- was finally over.
Isn't time travel awesome? Even if a character is dead, you can always bring them back for more shenanigans.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat and producer Brian Minchin tease what's coming up for Missy.
Filming on the ninth season of Doctor Who is still taking place across the pond, but if you miss your favorite Time Lord, here's a bit of news that should help tide you over.
Looks like plans to bring our beloved Time Lord to the big screen are -- or, at least, were -- underway.
A new rumor hints that Peter Capaldi's Doctor may be going down a very dark path this season. Will there be any coming back for the beloved Time Lord?
Maisie Williams is set to guest-star in the upcoming ninth season of Doctor Who. Just who she'll be playing is still up in the air ... or is it? Here's what the actress said.
Doctor Who has been running for more than 50 years, and current showrunner Steven Moffat claims it could run for at least five more. Here's why he's so very optimistic.
There’ve been rumblings of a big-screen version of Doctor Who for years now, but the man currently pulling the strings behind the BBC sci-fi hit has a thing or two to say about those prospects.