With Doctor Who now back for its seventh season in the modern era, Spinoff Online looks at the 11 best — and, yes, seven worst — episodes featuring the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith.
Five posters for upcoming episodes of the BBC’s Doctor Who show off “The Angels Take Manhattan,” “A Town Called Mercy,” “Dinosaurs on a Spaceship” and more.
BBC and BBC America have debuted the first two installments of “Pond Life,” a serialized prequel that leads into Saturday’s Season 7 premiere of Doctor Who.
BBC and BBC America announced today that the seventh season of Doctor Who will premiere in just 10 days — news that was quickly followed by the release of a new trailer.
An all-new look at the seventh season of Doctor Who shows off an upcoming battle with the Daleks, a smaller Weeping Angel and the Doctor’s trip to New York City.
A photo of Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill on the Cardiff, Wales, set marks the start of production of the seventh season of Doctor Who.
The Doctor will be looking for a new “friend” after current companions Amy and Rory leave the TARDIS, head writer Steven Moffat announced.
BBC and BBC America have released two clips and a half-dozen stills from the midseason premiere of Doctor Who, which sends the Doctor, Amy and Rory to 1930s Berlin while on their search for Melody. The series returns on Aug. 27.
The BBC confirmed today that the actor will reprise his role as the Time Lord in a 13-episode seventh season, plus the Christmas 2011 special. However, there’s no word on the futures of co-stars Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who recently suggested they’re moving on to other projects.
BBC has released a new round of stills and character images for Saturday’s sixth-season premiere of Doctor Who. “The Impossible Astronaut” airs Saturday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on BBC America.
The BBC has released two clips from the sixth-season premiere, “The Impossible Astronaut,” as well as additional stills, and two banners spotlighting the titular character and the Doctor’s newest, and scariest, menace … The Silence.
Writer Neil Gaiman and director Toby Haynes discuss their contributions to the upcoming sixth season of Doctor Who, producing world-class science fiction on a budget, and what the future holds for the time-traveler.