The BBC has released over 20 images from the next episode of Doctor Who titled "Cold War." The episode finds the Doctor (Matt Smith) and new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) on a Russian submarine, where a frozen alien warrior has recently awakened.
The episode was written by Mark Gatiss, and Smith recently told the BBC it was one of his favorites:
"They built a submarine and the five-year old in me was like 'Yeah it’s a submarine!', I loved getting sprayed down at the beginning of the Tell Me More!
BBC America has announced that the British zombie drama In The Flesh will premiere on August 3rd at 10pm ET Thursday, June 6th at 10pm ET. Originally, the mini-series (which has already aired in the UK) was going to be paired with Being Human (UK) as part of the network's Supernatural Saturday block. However, BBC America recently announced they have moved up the premiere date for In The Flesh and plan to air the series in its entirety over three consecutive nights.
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The BBC have released 15 new photos previewing season 7.5 of Doctor Who. The photos give us a better look at the Doctor's mysterious new companion Clara, who will be officially introduced in the premiere episode "The Bells of St. John." Take a look:
Doctor Who returns on March 30th with the first of 8 new episodes. Tell Me More!
The BBC began hinting at big changes to the interior of the TARDIS earlier this month. Today, the TARDIS revamp has been revealed in a new promotional image for "The Snowmen". Check it out.
The new set was designed by Michael Pickwoad, who's worked as the show’s production designer since 2010. We like it! It has a very retro feel.
As well as the new TARDIS interior, the BBC has confirmed that there will be a new title sequence & new theme song when the Christmas Special airs on December Tell Me More!
The BBC has released a new prequel for the Doctor Who Christmas special "The Snowmen". The prequel, titled "Vastra Investigates", was written by Steven Moffat.
In the prequel, Madame Vastra and her companions investigate a murder. But where is the Doctor?
Doctor Who: The Snowmen will air on Christmas Day at the following times:
5:15pm BBC One
9pm BBC America
9pm Space (Canada)
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What Doctor Who fan hasn't dreamt of having their very own TARDIS? I know I have. Now, those dreams can become reality thanks to This Planet Earth. Well, at least if you live in the U.K.
This Planet Earth specializes in building TV and movie props. The company recently began taking orders to build custom full-size TARDISes. The company currently offers seven versions of the famous blue box, from the 1960's style to the one currently helmed by Matt Smith.
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The BBC has released the official poster for this year's Doctor Who Christmas Special, titled "The Snowmen."
Christmas Eve 1892 and the falling snow is the stuff of fairy-tales. When the fairy-tale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help. But the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe. As old friends return, will the Doctor really abandon humankind or Tell Me More!
The temperatures are dropping, and you can keep warm this winter while showing your love for Doctor Who by wearing this adorable TARDIS hat!
The knitted Doctor Who TARDIS Laplander Hat is inspired by the Doctor's blue Police Call Box. The officially licensed hat is available now for $24 in the BBC America Shop.
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Our first obsession this week is that Marvel's The Avengers will be returning to theaters this Labor Day Weekend from August 31st through September 6th. Even though I've already seen The Avengers in theaters a total of 5 times, I will definitely be making it a point to see it again before it leaves theaters. The Avengers Facebook page also advises audiences to stay through the credits scene which may be an indication that there is going to be something new for us to see!
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Steven Moffat went back to the basics for this season’s finale of Doctor Who. The episode rewarded viewers who have been watching since Moffat took over and the ending successfully tied up the storyline and has given The Doctor a new undercover way of time traveling. We begin the episode by realizing that time is stuck in one place in London. All of the events of history are overlapping and occurring simultaneously. We see dinosaurs, Churchill as Cesar, an advertisement Tell Me More!