With the UK model of TV secrecy driving us ever more mad, 'Doctor Who' fans can soon rest easy that the 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor" will soon begin its full blitz toward the November 23 premiere. To that end, we've got three new photos from the landmark anniversary event, a bit of intel on the plot, and news of a brand-new trailer to hit this weekend!
Yesterday, 'Sherlock' season 3 released its heartbreakingly sad first official photo, teasing the reunion between leads Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, but it seems the grand return of Sherlock Holmes to John Watson's life will have even more drama than we've realized. The first official episode synopsis for January 19 return "The Empty Hearse" has arrived, and we can imagine why John won't be too happy!
'Doctor Who''s epic 50th anniversary celebration "The Day of the Doctor" seems to get bigger by the day, even as its plot has been kept tightly under wraps. As we approach the global November 23 premiere however, the BBC has released a spoilery new synopsis for the 75-minute event, as well as details of not one, but two all-new minisodes leading up to it!
We've waited long and ever for the return of 'Sherlock' for season 3, and each passing day brings us closer to reuniting the great detective (Benedict Cumberbatch) with his erstwhile companion John Watson (Martin Freeman). We've seen a few quick teases to be sure, but the affection between the pair has never been so heart-breakingly felt as in the first official season 3 photo!
Even after the most recent 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special teaser for "The Day of the Doctor," longtime fans of the series not present for the Comic-Con 2013 panel still anxiously await footage from the actual event. Well, it seems November 15 will see the premiere of at least one bit of new footage, but will it be an actual trailer, so close to the November 23 premiere?
The 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special episode, "The Day of the Doctor," will prove monumental enough in its global November 23 simulcast uniting Doctors past and present, but fans looking to get immersed in the experience might want to hold off a day or two. 'Doctor Who' has announced its plans for an American theatrical release of the 50th anniversary special in 300 3D theaters, but where can you check it out?
The game is back on! After a nearly two-year wait, tempered by the show's first official turn at Comic-Con 2013, 'Sherlock' will return Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman to their iconic roles as Sherlock Holmes and John Watson in early 2014. The UK thriller series has given out its first official photo for the seasion, surprisingly announcing its U.S. PBS premiere before the BBC debut, so when can fans finally unearth the 'Sherlock' season 3 mystery?
It's here! Well, sort of. 'Doctor Who' fans have been waiting since Comic-Con 2013 to see the 50th anniversary trailer for the November 23 extravaganza "The Day of the Doctor," and the BBC has finally granted a fresh look at the proceedings. It's not quite the footage we saw from San Diego, but what 'Doctor Who' fan could resist seeing all the past Time Lords return for "The Day of the Doctor"?
The 50th anniversary special of 'Doctor Who' is fast approaching, and though "The Day of the Doctor" will mark one step closer to Matt Smith's departure from the series at the end of 2013, we can't wait to see Doctors old and new together for the first time. In order to get the timey-wimey countdown rolling, the BBC has released the first photos from the 75-minute special, putting Matt Smith and David Tennant's Doctors together at last!
'Sherlock' fans continue to salivate in anticipation over the forthcoming third season, which has yet to set an actual premiere date, though most sensible admirers of the modern update on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous character would be given to understand series stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's increasing demand. A fourth season of the popular series has continually provided a source of question, but have Cumberbatch and Martin officially signed on for 'Sherlock' season 4?