From the very first moments of “The Day of the Doctor,” it was pretty obvious we were in for something special. They dared to go old school, with Hartnell-era style credits, coupled with a classic London bobby walking past a sign pointing towa more
Where to even begin? I think it’s just about impossible to overstate how much expectation “The Day of the Doctor” had to live up to. Not only was this special a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who , but it aimed to pr more
The average Doctor Who season isn't exactly what you'd call a 'quiet' affair, and yet even by Who-vian standards, Season Seven was a tumultuous one.
Not only did it have to provide a suitably heartfelt and fitting end for two of the series' most beloved more
Whatever you think of Steven Moffat and his tenure as Doctor Who's showrunner, it's impossible to argue that he's nothing if not an ambitious man.
All throughout his run he's seeded tantalising teasers over the most obvious fanboy question hiding forever more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Name of the Doctor," the season finale of BBC America's "Doctor Who," in which the Doctor uncovers Clara's secret and comes face-to-face with a surprising figure. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/ more
Well, they sure tricked us all with the title of this episode, didn't they? We didn't learn " The Name of the Doctor " but with the return of the much beloved River Song, she was able to use it to open a secret passage to his tomb to save the lives of his more
The Series 7 finale restored my faith in the magic of the Whoniverse, and somewhat restored my faith in this entire series. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/doctor-who-the-name-of-the-doctor-review-the-impossible-girl-made-possible-136890501640/