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We’re well into the first month of Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary year, and BBC AMERICA is celebrating this milestone with the launch of its Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited series. In its first installment on Sunday, …
The holiday decorations may be safely stowed away until next December, but we’re still celebrating the season of giving with our sixth and final Doctor Who iTunes giveaway. And, this week, we look at the Doctor Who Christmas …
Our story begins in 1842, with a very antisocial little boy called Simeon. He’s built himself a little snowman friend with the voice of Gandalf, and that’s all the company he needs for the rest of his life.
This is always the most exciting part of the buildup to a new episode of Doctor Who, when the little crumbs of information and the tiny sugary nuggets of preview clips start to fuse together, without ever quite becoming the full cake, …
The early holiday gifts keep on rolling in, and this is a big one. The latest full-length trailer for BBC AMERICA’s Doctor Who Christmas special “The Snowmen” has dropped, and it’s dope.
As we inch closer and closer towards Christmas Day, new material on the Doctor Who Christmas special continues to trickle in.
Only a very select group of people have seen the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special The Snowmen. One of the those lucky folks is Patrick Mulkern of the Radio Times, who offers a preview of what you can expect in the episode, …
Are you counting down the days (21, as of December 4) until the new Doctor Who Christmas special, The Snowmen? We certainly are, our impatience only soothed by the stream of new materials being released everyday.
Ladies and gentlemen, forgive the shonky quality of this image. It’s a still taken from a new trailer for the BBC’s UK Christmas programming, and as you can see, clearly depicts a tender moment between Matt Smith’s …
Doctor Who has already made statues and scarecrows genuinely terrifying, and clearly we’ll never look at little button-nosed Frosty the same way again after the upcoming Christmas special, The Snowmen, set to premiere on BBC …