Fans were abuzz after the first Doctor Who trailer for the new season was released at San Diego Comic-Con, and now we have a second thrilling teaser to dissect as we await the September 19 premiere.
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, our weekly collection of chronological chatter from across the Whovian web.
Out of the millions of Doctor Who fans, of course there are going to be cat lovers. Some viewers even love their cats as much as the Doctor (or the other way around).
Doctor Who fans will already be familiar with the face of Reece Shearsmith, as he played Second Doctor Patrick Troughton in An Adventure in Space and Time, the backstage biopic written by his old League of Gentlemen colleague Mark …
Welcome to the Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a cumulation of space flotsam and time jetsam from the past week or so. And we begin this week with a pervasive pun.
There’s been a bit of back and forth on when viewers can expect Marvel’s Netflix original series Jessica Jones, starring Doctor Who’s David Tennant and Breaking Bad‘s Krysten Ritter.
Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day Roundup, a regenerative roundup of Whovian odds and ends, and this week we begin with a sift through some ancient archives for early sightings of Doctor Who-related stuff.
Doctor Who’s Alex Kingston makes her way back to American television starring in the crime drama Chasing Shadows, premiering on Acorn TV today (July 27).
Welcome to the Doctor Who‘s Day Roundup, a grab bag of Gallifreyan gubbins that takes in any and all Whovian events across all known time streams and dimensional rifts over the past week.
Doctor Who‘s TARDIS was ubiquitous at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, inspiring fan art and even some runway-ready couture. But eagle-eyed attendees may have spotted the ever-recognizable blue box swooping through the trees …