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“Doctor Who” – Watch Two Doctors Unite in the First Trailer for Peter Capaldi’s Last Episode

The First and Twelfth Doctors Come Together in This December’s Christmas Special

Jul 23, 2017

Here is the first trailer for this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, fresh from Comic-Con. It will be Peter Capaldi‘s last episode of Doctor Who as the Twelfth Doctor (before he regenerates into the first female Doctor, Jodie Whittaker) and also features David Bradley as the First Doctor. It’s also Steven Moffat’s last episode as show-runner. More

Peter Capaldi Announces That He’s Leaving “Doctor Who”

He Will Be The Doctor for One More Season Starting April 15

Jan 30, 2017

Peter Capaldi took over as Doctor Who‘s time- and space-traveling alien The Doctor in 2013, but today he’s announced that his upcoming third season in the iconic role will be his last. It’s not a huge surprise, as the previous Doctor, Matt Smith, also lasted three seasons. More

Watch First Trailers for “Doctor Who” Christmas Special and Spinoff Show “Class”

Christmas Special Airs Christmas Day, Class Coming to BBC America in 2017

Oct 07, 2016

At New York Comic-Con today BBC America revealed the first look at this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special, which will air on Christmas Day. It’s not a trailer exactly, but more of a behind-the-scenes video that also shows off scenes from the episode. More

Steven Moffat to Step Down as Showrunner of “Doctor Who,” Chris Chibnall to Replace Him

Next Season Will Be Moffat's Last, But It Won't Air Until 2017

Jan 22, 2016

Steven Moffat has announced that next season will be his final season as the showrunner and head writer on Doctor Who. For fans of the long-running British sci-fi show this is potentially big news. His replacement will be Chris Chibnall, who has already written several episodes of Doctor Who and its spinoff series Torchwood and is also known for creating and writing the acclaimed British detective drama Broadchurch (which stars David Tennant, who used to star as the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who). More

River Song to Return to “Doctor Who” For This Year’s Christmas Special

Alex Kingston Returns in an Episode Likely to Air on Christmas Day

Sep 02, 2015

The BBC have announced that the fan-favorite character River Song will be returning to Doctor Who for this year’s Christmas special, which is expected to air on BBC America on Christmas Day, as they do every year. Alex Kingston’s character, also The Doctor’s wife, first appeared in the show opposite David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor for a two-part episode in season 4, but was a regular guest character during the seasons featuring Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor. 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

Mar 31, 2010

On April 12th Matt Smith (The Doctor) and Karen Gillan (companion Amy Pond) will land in New York for two nights of interviews and events in support of the fifth season of BBC’s long-running series, Doctor Who. We have the details. More

News Roundup: Daft Punk in Tron, Venom movie, Doctor Who’s New Logo, Glenn Beck vs. Muse, and More

Plus: Loney Dear, Love Language, Efterklang, Trans Am Live Album, Ulrich Schauss vs. Guns N' Roses, and Slumberland Records’ big 2-0

Oct 08, 2009

Our News Roundup briefly reports on various entertainment news stories that are circulating the web. Slumberland Records celebrates 20 years. The Love Language, Miles Kurosky, and Efterklang all sign to new labels. Glenn Beck jokes about liking Muse. Ulrich Schnauss says Guns N’Roses ripped him off. Trans AM announces a new live album/DVD. Gary Ross is writing (and possibly directing) the Spider-Man spin-off movie Venom. Daft Punk will appear in Tron Legacy. And a new Doctor Who logo has been revealed. More


Steven Moffat

Doctor Who’s New Show-runner Remains Tightlipped

Jul 01, 2008

“When the time is right to talk about series five, I’ll talk about series five, but I’m not talking about it now.” Steven Moffat is staying mum. More