To help celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, the BBC has announced a docudrama examining the genesis of the classic sci-fi series, with a focus on the original Doctor William Hartnell.
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The Avengers star Diana Rigg set to star alongside her daughter Rachel Stirling in an upcoming episode of Doctor Who as a way of celebrating the franchise’s 50th birthday.
Marc Bernardin returns for a rundown of the best, and most offbeat, DVD and Blu-ray releases arriving in stores today. This week’s list includes the second season of Sherlock, the only season of The River, and the adventures of Daniel Radcliffe, ghost hunter, in The Woman in Black.
Emmerdale alum Jenna-Louise Coleman, who appeared in Captain America: The First Avenger, will replace Karen Gillan as the Time Lord’s companion at the end of the next season of Doctor Who.
With The Adventures of Tintin, director Steven Spielberg journeys out of his comfort zone to deliver a rollicking motion-capture adventure that brings Hergé’s beloved characters to life.
The Doctor will be looking for a new “friend” after current companions Amy and Rory leave the TARDIS, head writer Steven Moffat announced.
Contrary to comments made by Harry Potter director David Yates, Doctor Who head writer Steven Moffat insists there are no developed plans “at the moment” to bring the Time Lord to the big screen.
You might have thought that the five “minisodes” that debut on the Doctor Who Season 6 box set DVD/Blu-Ray would be little more than filler or deleted scenes from the rest of the season, but really? There’s a case for most of “Night and The Doctor” to be an essential part of Steven Moffat’s Who canon.
BBC and BBC America have premiered the trailer for Doctor Who: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, the 2011 Christmas special set to air on Dec. 25.
BBC and BBC America have released a heartrending two-minute scene set between the events of “A Good Man Goes to War” and the upcoming “Let’s Kill Hitler.”
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.
Doctor Who is almost back! Doctor Who is almost back! The long-running British science fiction show returns on Saturday for its second season with Matt Smith in the lead role, and having seen the first two episodes, I can happily report that it’s as good as ever. But if you’re wanting to get even more in the mood for the show’s return, here are ten episodes you should dial up on Netflix Instant to prepare yourself.