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Oct 23, 2015

Marvel is producing four interconnected shows for Netflix. The first of those, Marvel’s Daredevil, debuted earlier this year and was incredibly well-received. The second show, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, premieres November 20. It stars Krysten Ritter as the title character, a former superhero turned private detective. More

May 19, 2013

Last night marked the season 7 finale of Doctor Who, where show runner Steven Moffat teased that he would finally answer the question on every fanboy/fangirl’s lips…who exactly IS the Doctor? And while we’re at it, why is Clara “The Impossible Girl?” More

Jul 30, 2009

Comic-Con took over San Diego, CA this past Wednesday through Sunday. We sent photographer Wendy Lynch Redfern down to capture the action. Check out her photos from day four of Comic-Con, includings photos of these panels: Alien Trespass (Eric McCormack and others), Paper Heart (Charlyne Yi and others), Being Human (Russell Tovey and others), Dr. Who (David Tennant, Russell T. Davies, and others), Torchwood (John Barrowman and others). More

The Doctor is in…San Diego – David Tennant Comes to Comic-Con

Doctor Who's Tennant and Russell T Davies and Torchwood's John Barrowman to appear at Comic-Con

Jun 17, 2009

In support of the BBC America’s U.S. premier of four Doctor Who specials, actor David Tennant, and series producer Russell T. Davies will appear at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Fans of British sci-fi rejoice, the network also has several other comic-con events in the works, including one for Torchwood that features star John Barrowman. More


Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars

Starring David Tennant and Lindsay Duncan; Written by Russell T. Davies and Phil Ford; Directed by Graeme Harper

Dec 18, 2009

“Don’t drink the water, don’t even touch it, not one drop” warns one character in The Waters of Mars, which returns Doctor Who to form after the last two good, but not great, special episodes (The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead). The welcome dark tone is driven by a moral dilemma faced by The Doctor, one specific to time travelers. It’s rare to find The Doctor so indecisive, so reluctant to step in, and David Tennant plays the character with the complexity and gusto we’ve come to expect since he took over the mantle of the long-running and iconic character in 2005. This is the last of three episodes to star Tennant as The Doctor before Matt Smith takes over the part next year and The Waters of Mars reminds viewers why he’s a fan-favorite and how much he’ll be missed. More