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Steven Moffat knows what will make Doctor Who better

“I don’t think it’s as good as it could be.”

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Starring Rowan Atkinson, Julia Sawalha, and Jonathan Pryce, with Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, and Joanna Lumley.

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Doctor Who returns at NYCC in first footage from Christmas special ‘Doctor Mysterio’

NYCC Doctor Who panel shows Christmas special trailer, explains why Pearl Mackie is good for the show.

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5 Things we learned about Doctor Who in the season finale…and 2 questions we need answered

Doctor Who’s mid-season finale answered some of our questions…but asked a few more.

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Doctor Who’s Steven Moffat doesn’t understand why ‘Blink’ is such a fan favorite

Doctor Who’s Steven Moffat and producer Derek Ritchie talk about ‘Blink’. 

 

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Matt Smith To Leave ‘Doctor Who’

Sad news for fans of Doctor Who’s Matt Smith, the fez-and-bowtie-wearing, fish-fingers-and-custard-eating, proclaimer of what is cool. Smith, the current star of the long-running British TV show Doctor Who, has announced he will be exiting the show.

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Glimpse ‘Doctor Who’ Season to Come in Shattered Glass

Doctor Who has been on a mid-season break since September 2012, and although we saw the Doctor (Matt Smith) and met his new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) during the annual Christmas special, it’s been too long since we’ve boarded the TARDIS for another adventure. We still have to wait until March 30, but until then, we have a look at the season to come in a poster.

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Why ‘Doctor Who’ Needs a Male Companion

Yesterday Doctor Who producer Steven Moffat announced that actress Jenna-Louise Coleman will be boarding the TARDIS in Autumn 2012. Coleman’s character, Jemma Ryan, will be replacing Amy as the Doctor’s new companion. But after giving it some thought, I believe that this is a mistake. The Doctor should have a male companion.

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