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There is simply far too much stuff to get through this week without spending a lot of time talking. Suffice to say that the Doctor and Clara are off on their travels to new and exciting places, and no one is quite sure what they will …
Before we get to the huge scroll of astonishing things that are happening in the name of Doctor Who over the next few weeks, do just take a moment to watch this. It’s called “Ender the Doctor,” and it’s an …
There are just three more Doctor Who’s Day Roundups to go before the show makes its return to BBC America with the Season 8 premiere “Deep Breath” on August 23—also unsurprisingly, publicity for the new season is on …
Playing tongue-tied for the camera was no sweat for The King’s Speech star Colin Firth, but it turns out the self-described shy actor finds himself at a loss in real life too sometimes, as he did on the set of Woody Allen‘s new …
Welcome to another Doctor Who’s Day Roundup, gathering up a week’s worth of Gallifreyan delights.
Believe it or not, it’s that time of year. Today (July 19), Benedict Cumberbatch turns 38. And what a year it has been for the fabled Busy Benedict.
The past week in Doctor Who fandom can be divided into two sections: BT (before trailer) and AT (after trailer).
Cheer up, Clone Club. There’s plenty for BBC AMERICA enthusiasts to celebrate in the 2014 Emmy nominations, which were announced this morning (July 10) in Los Angeles, CA.
There’s just over a month-and-a-half until Doctor Who returns to television screens worldwide with the premiere of Season 8 and the first full stories starring Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor—and the BBC have been ramping …
Well it’s fair to say things are really heating up now: Doctor Who is coming back, and soon!