I… it’s…. what..?
Look. It’s all a bit much to take in right now, but basically this has just happened on the @BBCOne Twitter feed.
This week’s round-up of Whovian effluvia begins with an interesting thought: Steven Moffat has promised some fairly strident alterations to Doctor Who, once Season Eight gets underway in a couple of months.
As an extra special treat for Sherlock fans this story about Benedict Cumberbatch is inconclusive, and will require some detective work to get the definitive answers. Or you could just wait a few days and see what happens.
This is, by some distance, the most astonishing video we’ve had the pleasure of showing off for quite a while.
Mark Gatiss, as we have noted previously, is a man who enjoys a cameo appearance or two. And as he has the capacity to make the blood run cold with a sentence, he’s a perfect fit with the doom-laded world of Game of Thrones.
Last year’s 50th anniversary of Doctor Who was a wonderful event and a celebration of one of television’s most singular shows, a deserved survivor of decades of refining what TV is, what it can do, and what people want from …
There are times when it looks as if Martin Freeman’s current job is to feed Sherlock fans just enough information to keep them caught in a constant slavering state of balance between expectation and potential disappointment.
Nominations are in for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, which will be held on Sunday 18 May, and as you’d expect, they make a compelling case for the current strength of British television.
Fans of the STARZ TV series Da Vinci’s Demons will no doubt be delighted to learn that its star, Leonardo himself—otherwise known as Tom Riley—will be making an appearance in the next season of Doctor Who.
Welcome to your Doctor Who’s Day roundup: a week’s worth of Whovian bricolage in one handy blog post.