We're just days away from the March 30 premiere of 'Doctor Who' season 7(B), the first since the 2012 Christmas Special "The Snowmen" to give us new adventures with the Doctor (Matt Smith) and his mysterious new companion Clara Oswin Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman). Before 'Doctor Who' rings "The Bells of St. John," however, we've got a brand-new clip from Saturday's premiere that shows the pair already in trouble at 30,0000 feet! Get a sneak peek of the 'Doctor Who' premiere inside!
'Game of Thrones' season 3 may be premiering on Sunday March 31, but the long-awaited return of 'Doctor Who' has them beat premiering on the Saturday before with "The Bells of St. John"! Before The Doctor returns for new timey-wimey shenanigans, however, the BBC has released a slew of new materials from the second half of series 7, including two fantastic new trailers and movie posters of the first four episodes! So what's "the only mystery worth solving"? Why you haven't come inside for fresh 'Doctor Who' already?!
Any 'Doctor Who' fan knows that the series has a history of turnover from both its lead and supporting characters, but it seemed especially off that rumors of new series star Jenna-Louise Coleman already plotting her exit had begun to make the rounds. Thankfully the actress has at least confirmed that Clara Oswin Oswald will indeed stick around through the inevitable 'Doctor Who' series 8, but will the next series be a long time coming?
Now that the 'Doctor Who' Christmas special has come and gone, it feels like it's been eons since we've had any glimpse into the Doctor's latest adventures. The recent photo from March 30 return episode "The Bells of St. John" certainly got our pulses racing, but who needs one new image when we have sixteen! Preview the Ice Warriors' return, the Doctor's submarine adventures, and mysterious new companion Clara Oswin Oswald inside!
'Doctor Who' fans have been waiting a long time to return to series 7, even with the recent Christmas special "The Snowmen" that officially introduced the Doctor (Matt Smith) to his new companion Clara Oswin Oswald (Jenna-Louise Coleman). Now, with the Doctor's return set for March 30, The BBC has released a roaring new image of the Doctor and Clara to accompany premiere episode "The Bells of St. John," complete with new enemies the Spoonheads and a host of spoilers for the season!
As most 'Doctor Who' fans eagerly await the March 30 return of the seventh series, and the mad possibilities of returning Doctors for the 50th anniversary special, we're still enamored of star Jenna-Louise Coleman's newly-minted companion Clara Oswin Oswald. Yet, as any 'Doctor Who' fan well knows, neither companion nor Doctor lasts forever, so could Jenna-Louise Coleman already have a mind toward her exit? Find out how long the Doctor's new companion will be sticking around inside!
For as long as 'Doctor Who' has been resurgent in the public consciousness, especially given the imminent 50th anniversary of the franchise, fans have clamored for the Time Lord to star in his own movie. There had been talk of rebooting the franchise as a film with 'Harry Potter' director David Yates, but now the truth of the matter has emerged. 'Doctor Who' will indeed see a movie airing this year, but one chronicling the real-life development of the franchise itself, with 'Harry Potter's' David Bradley appearing as original Doctor William Hartnell for 'An Adventure in Space and Time!'
'Doctor Who's fantastic 2012 Christmas Special "The Snowmen" may have briefly satiated our hunger for fresh Time Lord adventures by giving us a mysterious new companion to focus on, but how long until we get to hop in the TARDIS once more? Thankfully the BBC has decided to end the ambiguous wait for 'Doctor Who' fans, officially setting the series 7 return for March 30, 2013. So, what special guests and behind-the-scenes talent can we expect for the remaining episode? New details inside!
If 'Arrow' made its mission to to gather all the geek cred in the 'verse with an array of recognizable sci-fi guest stars, it's certainly on target. The CW's comic-book adapted series has picked up its latest acquisition in 'ER' vet and 'Doctor Who' fan favorite Alex Kingston, set to play the oft-discussed Dinah Lance. Not the DC superhero Black Canary mind you, a role to one-day be taken up by Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), but rather her estranged mother! Find out what brings Alex Kingston to 'Arrow' in the near future inside!