In a new video from BBC America, Doctor Who star Matt Smith strolls through Comic-Con International disguised as Bart Simpson. “No one wanted to talk,” the Eleventh Doctor exclaims.
With the announcement that Matt Smith will exit Doctor Who following the Christmas special, speculation turns to who should succeed him as the Twelfth Doctor, who what kind of Time Lord he (or she) might be.
From the Brian K. Vaughan adaptation of Stephen King’s Under the Dome to Dwayne Johnson’s new reality competition The Hero, Spinoff offers recommendations for don’t-miss summer television viewing.
The big surprise of Doctor Who‘s season finale was the introduction of veteran actor John Hurt as “the Doctor.” But what the heck does that mean? Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert considers the possibilities.
Acclaimed author and comics writer Neil Gaiman explains the development of this week’s episode of Doctor Who, “Nightmare in Silver,” which reintroduces the Cybermen.
We’re assured Clara Oswin Oswald is “just an ordinary girl,” but her appearances to date — she’s died twice already! — and our familiarity with Doctor Who tell us otherwise: The new companion is anything but ordinary.
A new poster and plot synopsis has arrived for Neil Gaiman’s upcoming Doctor Who episode, “Nightmare in Silver.” Airing May 11 on BBC and BBC America, it’s the penultimate episode of Season 7.
in “Cold War,” the Doctor and Clara find themselves in the early 1980s, trapped aboard a sinking Soviet nuclear submarine with the crew and a very old foe: an ice Warrior.
The Doctor takes an indecisive Clara to the Rings of Akhaten, seven planets that orbit a red sun, but somewhere along the way, the script takes a wrong turn.
BBC America’s new thriller Orphan Black dangles a compelling mystery in front of the audience as the protagonist grapples with questions of identity and morality when she’s confronted with her own doppelgangers.
Doctor Who returns for the second half of Season 7 with a new companion — an awesome one at that — a new TARDIS interior, an old villain, and a vaguely familiar plot.
Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat discusses Saturday’s midseason premiere, “The Bells of St. John,” and the introduction of Jenna Louise-Coleman as new companion Clara Oswald.