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.
As the seventh season of Doctor Who comes to an end, the BBC has officially announced the sci-fi series will return for an eighth season.
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.
With the return of Doctor Who on Saturday for the second half of Season 7, Spinoff looks at where we left the series in December and what we should look for in these next eight episodes. (Hint: Neil Gaiman’s Cybermen!)
BBC and BBC American have not only released posters and synopses for the next four episodes of Doctor Who‘s seventh season, but also trailers. The series returns March 30.
The BBC debuts a series of new photos featuring Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman and a few aliens from the second half of Doctor Who‘s seventh season. The series returns March 30.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith will join Man Men‘s Christina Hendricks in How to Catch a Monster, a fantasy noir written and directed by Ryan Gosling.
In case Tuesday’s Christmas special wasn’t enough to tide you over, the BBC has released a trailer teasing the second half of Doctor Who‘s seventh season, which debuts next year.
Spinoff Online contributor Alan Kistler looks back into history for connections to the new Doctor Who Christmas special, “The Snowmen,” for a special group of episode annotations.
The BBC celebrates the holidays by unveiling a new trailer and downloadable greeting cards for The Doctor Who Christmas Special, “The Snowmen.”