Christmas has come and gone, and with it another round of Doctor Who goodbyes. This time it’s extra special, however, as not only star Peter Capaldi and showrunner Steven Moffat’s exits from the series, but also the debut of our first female Doctor, Jodie Whittaker! Watch for yourself in an official clip from “Twice Upon a Time.”
The Doctor has always been fashion-forward, so consider Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Time Lord officially keeping with tradition. The first female Doctor Who lead has arrived in her suspended, multi-color costume, and we can already feel the cosplay in motion.
The built-in turnover of Doctor Who keeps the Regeneration rumor mill in perpetual motion, and it seems Peter Capaldi is finally turning that wheel. The BBC confirms Capaldi will exit the role in 2017, kicking off the search for a 13th (technically 14th) Doctor.
The Doctor won’t make a habit of popping by The BBC’s forthcoming Doctor Who spinoff Class, but our beloved Time Lord certainly looms large over its first trailer. Time has seen your face, and Time never forgets in the spooky first look at our young-adult companion series, Class!
Doctor Who has been saving Earth long enough that a few episodes have actually been lost to history (and poor storage), but at least one fateful adventure is getting a major update. The BBC will re-release 1966 outing “The Power Of The Daleks” this fall, reconstructed as a six-part animated production with original audio and film clips.
Among the monumental developments and reunions of this past Saturday's 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special, "The Day of the Doctor," longtime fans of the BBC sci-fi series were given a treat, not only in seeing the 12 generations of Time Lords unite for one singular purpose, but also a glimpse into the future as upcoming star Peter Capaldi was given his official 'Doctor Who' debut!
With the new Beatles compilation On Air Live at the BBC Volume 2 due out this Monday, a microsite TheBeatles.com/OnAir has been launched that offers fans a number of ways to preview the album of vintage radio recordings.
Granted, 'Doctor Who' fans were pretty over the moon to learn that David Tennant and Billie Piper would reprise their fan-favorite roles for the upcoming 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special, but such a momentous occasion surely could include other past Doctors as well, right? Not so, according to new sources, but should we really fret the special won't be exciting enough as is?
Our fun might have come to a momentary end, now that 'Doctor Who' has aired it s 2012 Christmas special 'The Snowmen,' and left us until 2013 for fresh episodes of series 7, ultimately culminating in the long-awaited 50th anniversary special. But why stop with the holiday special, when the BBC also gifted us with a fresh new trailer for the remainder of the season? Clara, Cybermen, and cosmic chao