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One has to imagine that bookmakers would give Gatiss the best odds to take over from Steven Moffat as showrunner when – and surely it must be a matter of when, and not if – the situation comes around.
UFO graffiti, a lab coat and some aliens. What does it all mean?
Everything that follows is unconfirmed, but the general information sits very well with well-sourced rumours that have been criss-crossing behind the scenes for months now.
Meanwhile, there’s also a heavily qualified rumour that Peter Capaldi may only be playing The Doctor for one series. I don’t buy it, at all, but I thought you’d at least like to know.
New year, new Doctor, same old nostalgia?
Of course, the “unbroken” bit doesn’t mean there won’t be Christmas specials. Or, you know, if they had some other special they wanted to stick on the calendar somewhere.
Tonight’s seventh episode, the first of the third series, took the self-awareness and meta-textuality to new extremes.
So, the episode of Sherlock in which Watson gets married will be The Sign of Three and not His Last Vow. That’s interesting. Here’s a trailer, which seems to suggest that there’s no big, external mystery in the episode, just …
There was a whole subplot cut from The Time of the Doctor about a Weeping Angel, a petrified leg and a bit of self-amputation. This deleted scene isn’t from *that* subplot.
Orphan Black returns to BBC America on April 19th. I imagine Space in Canada will be running it more or less concurrently, while the UK will be left waiting, again.
As well as releasing another, brief clip from this Wednesday’s Doctor Who special, the BBC have dropped one more of their Strax pieces.
Matt Smith’s Still In The Tardis And They’re Already Releasing Peter Capaldi-Centric Promos For Doctor Who
I guess it’s good promotional sense for Auntie to market every element of The Time of the Doctor that she can but this does feel a little bit like a slap in my big, fat, Matt Smith fanboy face.
The solution to Sherlock’s big stunt is about to be made very, very public.
The following clip is a massive, massive spoiler for The Day of the Doctor, last weekend’s 50th anniversary special and – in my consideration – the best episode of Doctor Who I have ever seen.
It’s Apple’s Fault I Paid For Doctor Who: The Last Day – BBC Say It Should Have Been Free, It’s Now Even More Expensive
I spent £2.49 on the rather underwhelming Doctor Who minisode The Last Day this morning. According to the BBC, this was a mistake. I think I agree with that at least.
I wasn’t expecting The Last Day to actually be a Doctor Who mini-episode, but as it happens, it is. And it does recount a last day, but you’ll have to watch it to see which one.
My hunch is that this is from very, very near the beginning of the episode