Here we go, the eleventh series of Doctor Who is closer than it’s ever been. We have a brand new image (clean and portrait versions available after the break), details on the first two episodes, The Woman Who Fell To Earth and the just announced title of the second episode, The Ghost Monument, as well as interviews with Jodie Whittaker, Chris Chibnall, and Bradley Walsh.
Read on to find out more…
The time is coming. The Doctor is due to return on Sunday 7th October with The Woman Who Fell To Earth, as has been announced today.The last time viewers saw the Doctor, she was falling from her TARDIS so it’s about time for the Doctor to land. This time it’s all change, as Doctor Who is moving to Sunday nights, launching on Sunday 7th October.
Read the full press release after the break!
At San Diego Comic Con today, during the Doctor Who panel, the BBC released the first full trailer for Series 11, featuring Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor, Tosin Cole as Ryan Sinclair, Mandip Gill as Yasmin Khan, and Bradley Walsh as Graham O’Brien.
What do you think of the trailer? Let me know in the comments!
Hey guys, just a quick one apologising for the lack of content in the latter half of February. I’ve had to move house, rejig some “proper” work things, and I’ve been incredibly busy getting everything sorted and settled again.
A lot happened whilst I was away, most notably, the reveal of the new Doctor Who logo, and I do plan on writing an article about it, and my feelings about the upcoming series, in the next week or so. I’m also going to be getting back on track with writing my Big Finish reviews, both of new releases and Eighth Doctor Adventures. Once I eventually get to the end of the EDA’s (which I’m going to end at To The Death), I’m then hopefully going to be going on an epic journey through Gallifrey, from the beginning, right up to the recent Time War box set.
Also, I’m planning a graphical overhaul of the site, which I’ve codenamed GallifreyArchiv3, as it will be the third big iteration of the site, and should be reaching your eyeballs soonish.
Anyway, I have lots to plan, so I’m going to go and leave you to enjoy your lives, and I’ll see you all tomorrow!
The Twelfth Doctor is no more. Long live the Thirteenth Doctor! Yesterday, the BBC aired the 2017 Christmas Special and Peter Capaldi’s swan song, Twice Upon A Time. I’ve not watched it enough to give it a full review, but here are my initial thoughts on the episode…