There's no question fans will be devastated when Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill depart 'Doctor Who' as the good Doctor's companions Amy and Rory, but the show must go on. We've been waiting quite some time for news of their replacement Jenna-Louise Coleman, and now that 'Doctor Who' has officially begun filming with the actress, the timey-wimey time has come!
It's been a good while since we've had any decent 'Doctor Who' news, partially because the actors have been busy filming, partially because series show-runner Steven Moffat simply likes making us wait for new material. But if we're really made to wait until late 2013 for any new adventures from The Doctor and Amy Pond, couldn't the BBC help us out with with a little taste? What? They can? Fantastic!
Ah, set photos. You can hang onto and redact as many leaked scripts and footage as you like, but like it or not, even the most secretive of TV shows has to shoot somewhere, and any Johnny with a cell phone can scoop the spoilers. That's why the latest 'Doctor Who' look might just have you weeping...
It's a rumor just about as old as the Time Lords themselves, but some recent developments in the light of an April Fools' day prank might be suggesting that we're closer to seeing a woman step out of the iconic 'Doctor Who' TARDIS than we might have thought. But who would pick up the Sonic Screwdriver?
Woo! Only a few short days after announcing that ITV's 'Titanic' star Jenna-Louise Coleman would fill in for Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvish) as The Doctor's newest companion, now we get our first official look at the girl in action. And let us tell you, it's...
Ever since it was announced that Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill would be departing as 'Doctor Who' companions after the seventh series, fans have hopped aboard their TARDIS in search of any information that would lead to the identity of the next companion. Brace yourselves, we have a winner.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of sci-fi nerds suddenly cried out in excitement, and were suddenly silenced. I feel something wonderful has happened. Planet-destroying abomination, or nerds watching the fall premiere of 'Doctor Who' series seven?
Readers of the official 'Doctor Who' magazine scored an exciting bit of casting news for the good Doctor's upcoming series, most namely that former 'Farscape' star Ben Browder will be making an appearance in the third episode!