As of March 27, Amazon Prime Video is the only place where fans can view the modern Doctor Who series via streaming services. Seasons 1-8, encompassing the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, are available now on Amazon [Read more…]
Welcome to more Doctor Who geeking! Oh, there will be major spoilers here.
This week, Tim Callender and Liz Carlie are on hand to geek deeply about Doctor Who Season 9, the impact and ramifications of various timey wimey happenings in Season 9 involving Clara, Missy, and River Song, and also to muse about possibilities upcoming in 2016 and 2017.
Because of the 2016 Olympics, Season 10 won’t be airing until Spring 2017, but there will be a Christmas special for Christmas 2016. Will you be able to find something else to tide you over during the hiatus?
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BBC Worldwide North America and Fathom Events announce the return of the longest running sci-fi television series, Doctor Who, to the big screen with a special theatrical event of the 2015 Doctor Who Christmas Special starring Peter Capaldi and featuring the return of Alex Kingston as River Song. [Read more…]
In the halls of Doctor Who fandom, along with that legendary scarf, the name of Douglas Adams goes hand in hand with that of Tom Baker. Adams, known for his Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy books, started with Doctor Who. Specifically, Adams is best known among Whovians for having an authorial hand in three well known Fourth Doctor stories: The Pirate Planet, Shada, and City of Death, which has only recently found its way into bookstores as a novelization penned by James Goss. [Read more…]
Deep Time would be an excellent story to adapt to an actual series episode. Not only would I recommend this book to fans of the Doctor, but also to readers of science fiction in general. [Read more…]
Liz, Tim, Jill and Sean join Summer to talk wall-to-wall Doctor Who.
There were 8 episodes selected as “The Doctor’s Finest”, and they aired weekly during August & September as an lead-in to Season 9 before it’s premiere. But were those 8 truly the “finest” episodes of the modern era one could recommend to introduce new viewers to Doctor Who?
There has never been any particular reason why the Doctor should regenerate from a white man into a white man. But the idea of the Doctor regenerating into the body of a woman was considered either ridiculous or simply contrary to established continuity. I myself have made the rude and insensitive comment that I “do not want to see the Doctor arbitrarily switch genders like some sort of South American tree frog.” [Read more…]
In the lead up to Doctor Who Season 9, BBC America hosted a series they called “The Doctor’s Finest” that featured all of the episodes considered to be modern classics of the current era of Doctor Who, and we began to wonder if the fans agreed. [Read more…]
Alex Kingston returns to Cardiff to reclaim her role as Professor River Song for the highly anticipated 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, premiering on Christmas Day on BBC AMERICA.
It’s Christmas Day in the future and the TARDIS is parked on a snowy village street, covered in icicles, awaiting its next adventure. Time traveller River Song meets her husband’s new incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas. [Read more…]
What shocking past event brings three Doctors together – to combat an unknown foe with three incarnations in its sights?
The 5-part weekly series is penned by Paul Cornell (Wolverine) and illustrated by Neil Edwards (Assassin’s Creed). The weekly event, running through August and September 2015 features the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors and their comics companions [Read more…]
The Doctor’s Finest special episodes include interviews with the show’s cast and creators, fan insight, and a look at how each episode fits into the canon of the Whovian universe. Fans will also get an exclusive look into the future with previews from the upcoming new season. The Doctor’s Finest begins Saturday, August 15, 8:00pm ET with Doctor Who: Blink. [Read more…]