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By Kristina Trujillo | Posted on March 28th, 2014
You noticed him in the beginning. Usually he’s unassuming, probably spoke briefly to the main character. He may have even been a suspect for a hot second, but they found a reason to let him go.
Here’s a poser to set your Who’s Day off to a quizzical start. Doctor Who scriptwriter Mark Gatiss was recently asked if he thought the rest of the Time Lords should make regular return appearances, now it has been ...
Welcome to another Doctor Who’s Day, and of course we’re all still abuzz with the announcement that Keeley Hawes, who’s been slaying it as DI Lindsay Denton on BBC Two’s Line of Duty this series, will be ...
In the days before Matt Smith’s final scenes as the Doctor, we ran a series of posts talking about his greatest triumphs and tragedies as the Eleventh Doctor. And one of them pointed out that the secret to his success—apart from ...
Welcome to another roundup of the Whovian week, and this time, we’re taking a trip into art-space.
We all get that Marmite is considered an acquired-taste. Even the makers admit that you either “Love it or hate it” with that being its tagline. Yes, we know that it’s a spread made out of yeast.
After the excitement over Peter Capaldi’s costume, confirmed details about Season Eight of Doctor Who have been kept to a necessary minimum. So it’s a delight to have news of a new recurring character.
Last Sunday (February 16), Christopher Eccleston, the man who ushered in a whole new era of Doctor Who when the show was relaunched in 2005, celebrated his 50th birthday.
By Kristina Trujillo | Posted on February 14th, 2014
Carnival Films and ITV announced that season five of Downton Abbey will be seeing some new and familiar faces.
As of last Sunday (February 2), series three of Sherlock has officially come and gone, and hopefully we won’t have to wait another two years to see our favorite highly-functioning sociopathic sleuth and his medical assistant treading ...