Tag Archives: Steven Moffat

Steven Moffat on 'Sherlock's 3-Episode Format

There’s a good, short video interview with Steven Moffat over at the Guardian, filmed in the Speakers’ Lounge at the Cannes Lions festival, in which he discusses the Britishness of the shows he works on, why that sensibility ...

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Welcome Aboard The Tour-Dis!

It’s hard to think of a better way to drum up excitement for a new Doctor and a new season of Doctor Who than for that Doctor, his trusty companion, and his Executive Producer to go out and meet with legions of fans all over the ...

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Steven Moffat Promises Something a Bit Different

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.

What is Benedict Cumberbatch Doing at BBC Radio 4 Now?

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.

Steven Moffat on Casting Benedict Cumberbatch, David Tennant

Were David Tennant and second Benedict Cumberbatch not sexy enough to play the parts that first put the skyrocket under their career aspirations?

‘Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Return to the ‘Planet Of Fire’?

Welcome to this week’s pick ‘n’ mix of as many of the Doctor Who-related things we could find and cram into one small space.

WATCH: The Russian ‘Sherlock’ Flashmob Extravaganza

This is, by some distance, the most astonishing video we’ve had the pleasure of showing off for quite a while.

‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes ‘MI-5′s Hermione Norris to Season Eight

Doctor Who’s Eighth Season is about to play host to its second graduate from the spy series MI-5, better known in the U.K. as Spooks.

Why ‘Doctor Who’ Didn’t Show Christopher Eccleston In The War Doctor’s Regeneration

The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor” brought the two traditions of the show—classic and post-rebirth—together in a way designed to delight old and new fans alike. Thanks to the magic of TV ...

Martin Freeman Teases A One-Off ‘Sherlock’ Special

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.