Sometimes BBC America just drops the ball. They were doing well at first; premiering "The Impossible Astronaut" at the same time in the US and the UK was a wonderful move, bringing Americans right up into the action that until then only UK viewers had got More »
The new season of "Doctor Who," which saw its first ever same-day premiere in the U.S. and its native U.K., did very well for BBC America. The stateside source for Anglophilia says that the episode was its highest-rated, most-watched telecast ever, bringi More »
If Steven Moffat was kidnapped by aliens, then British drama would be in deep trouble, given that the future plot lines for two of the country’s most popular shows — Doctor Who and Sherlock — are housed in the writer-producer’s precious brain. Tonig More »
Just about anyone with a pulse can enjoy 'Doctor Who' (9PM ET Saturday, BBC America) -- it's that good and that much fun -- but if there are 'Lost' fans out there who've never tried this frisky British import, now's the time to get on board.
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Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of DOCTOR WHO “Day of The Moon” Season 6 Episode 2 which airs on Sunday April 24, 9:00p.m. ET/PT on BBC one ( UK ONLY ). Episode Synopsis: DOCTOR WHO “The Impossible Astronaut” Part 2 Sea More »
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Apr 20, 2011 1:14PM EDT
Elisabeth Sladen, who played one of the most popular Doctor Who companions in the franchise's history, has died. She was 63.
"It is with much sadness that we can announce Elisabeth Sladen, the much-loved actress best known for her role as Sarah Jane Sm More »
As "Doctor Who" fans, we feel a tad guilty about not being completely familiar with the series' complete, decade-spanning history. Aside from watching a few repeats in passing on PBS, our familiarity with the Doctor pretty much begins and ends with the 20 More »