Many Doctor Who fans were surprised to see the creator of the Daleks, Davros, return to the hit BBC family sci-fi series when it premiered its ninth series last Saturday night. The reason this was such a surprise was mainly because the last time that we had met this particular nemesis of The Doctor, he had seemingly been obliterated… But this is Doctor Who, which means we don’t ever ask ‘how’ certain characters return from the seemingly dead. Instead we need to ask why. T
Doctor Who Spoilers: Michelle Gomez describes Missy as a “slightly psychotic killer” & Steven Moffat promises us “special surprises”
Following the recent trailer for the first episode of the ninth series of Doctor Who, those involved have been discussing just what exciting treats we have in store. So far, from previous reports and the first sneaky peak at The Magician’s Apprentice, the first episode of a two-parter to crash land series 9 on to our screens, we already know that The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is missing and that Missy (Michelle Gomez) is helping Clara (Jenna Coleman) in his absence whilst the Dalek’s lu
Oh, do we have exciting news for all you Doctor Who fans out there, or what? Alex Kingston has joined the cast of the hit BBC family sci-fi show to reprise her role as Professor River Song for the highly anticipated 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, part of BBC One’s essential seasonal viewing. Fans will recall that the last time that River Song and The Doctor were in each other’s company was back in 2013 when she declined Matt Smith’s Time Lord’s offer of being a full-time
Doctor Who Series 9 Spoilers: Steven Moffat & Peter Capaldi tease Maisie Williams’ role & Missy to return as Doctor’s ally?
The wait for the new series of Doctor Who is nearly over, but to keep us all buzzing with excitement in the meantime, those lovely people over at the BBC have released some new spoilers for us! First of all, and as has already been reported several times over, the new series of the hit BBC family sci-fi series is set to feature a very special guest star indeed… Fans have been speculating over just what sort of character Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams will play in the new series ever
It was former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies who became the latest person to poke the Doctor Who Movie rumour with a giant stick when he announced earlier this year that he would be happy to pen it… But now, current showrunner Steven Moffat has put the speculation to bed once and for all – Or has he? Of course, we know that there have been Doctor Who films in the past, coming at times in the show’s history where a natural lull between departing Doctors and arriving one
So far, there have not been many details emerging about this year’s highly-anticipated Sherlock Special, other than it is set in Victorian times and will not affect the following series. But now, show co-creator, Steven Moffat, has been giving us a few hints about what we can expect when our favourite crime-fighting duo return to our BBC screens later on this year. The fact that this one-off special is to be set in Victorian times was questionable right from the moment that it was announce
Over the years Doctor Who has met more than his fair share of monsters and nemesis’, meaning that those who write the scripts for him have met their fair share too – but the latest ones currently tormenting the hit BBC family sci-fi show are out of everyone’s control! Ever since Doctor Who was first brought to life over 50 years ago, one of the most prominent features of the show were the monsters that the epic Time Lord encountered along the way. From the simplistic Daleks bac
Oh we have some exciting news for Doctor Who fans this morning – The three day festival is coming back! Back in 2013, the year which saw the epic BBC family sci-fi series turn 50, the powers that be decided to hold a Doctor Who festival so spectacular it would make every other convention seem like a Weight Watchers meeting! This first ever London based three day festival saw fans from all over the world coming together to witness and celebrate the show’s most remarkable special effec
Sherlock Spoilers: Have Irene Adler & Sherlock been seeing each other this whole time? Steven Moffat says….
Ever since Irene Adler made an appearance in the first episode of the second series of Sherlock, fans have been calling her for return with every new series that is announced. Of course, in the original books written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Ms Adler, or ‘The Woman’ as she is affectionately known, only ever made that one appearance in A Scandal in Belgravia, so the chances were never likely, if the show was to follow the books to the letter. But now, Sherlock showrunner, Steven Mof
When it was announced that this year’s one-off Sherlock Special would be set in the Victorian era, we were all more than a little bemused. Don’t get us wrong, we can thoroughly appreciate the quirkiness of taking the modern-day twist show back to its original roots, but did wonder just how on earth it would fit in to the hit BBC detective series we have all come to know and love. Well, the clue was probably in the title one-off, meaning that it didn’t necessarily have to fit in
Sherlock: Series 4 filming date confirmed as Benedict Cumberbatch gets snubbed at BAFTAs – See full winners list here!
It is the news that all Sherlock fans have been waiting for – Series 4 has been given a filming date! But don’t get too excited because, unlike many early reports had suggested, the new series won’t be being filmed this year, but spring 2016! Now we all know that the cast and crew have been filming for the one-off Sherlock Special, expected to be aired this Christmas, but we had all kind of hoped that filming for the fourth series would happen later this year with perhaps a vie
With excitement mounting for the new series of Doctor Who, which is due to hit our screens this autumn, fans everywhere are wondering just what sort of treats there will be in store for us. Well, whilst most of the series ahead remains cloaked in mystery, showrunner Steven Moffat has let one little golden nuggets of information slip, namely that Osgood will be back! But hang on, Osgood was murdered my Missy last series, so how is this possible? Fans of the hit BBC family sci-fi series will reca
Ever since Sherlock first hit our BBC screens five years ago, the detective series, and its two main stars, have become a global phenomenon. But with such popularity comes fame which in turn leads to demand, as Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, who play the crime fighting duo of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, have discovered. The pair now have diaries that are probably blocked out until 2080 at least, with more blockbuster films under their belts than they can shake a stick at. And i
Speculation about turning the hit BBC family sci-fi series, Doctor Who, in to a new movie has been around since Russell T Davies brought the show back to life ten years ago. In fact it was only earlier this year that Davies himself said he would be interested in writing for such a project, but now it would seem that Hollywood has beaten him to it! According to the Sun newspaper, a US studio is contemplating turning the hit show, which currently stars Pater Capaldi as The Doctor, into a blockbust
There have been several Doctor Who films made over the years, and as fans of the show may know, Russell T Davies has revealed he would like to pen one. However, fans will also know that historically, there has only ever been a film made in order to bridge a gap between Doctors, but with Peter Capaldi only in his second year in the job, it seemed a bizarre proposal by Davies, who resurrected the show ten years ago, to start planning a movie now! And it would seem that current showrunner, Steve