The only thing more polarising than a new Doctor?
The show's current showrunner de jour, longtime Whovian and perennial mega-fibber, Mr. Steven Moffat.
So brace yourselves, because 'Listen' is the show's most Moffat-y episode to date (unsurprisi more
It's always a risky move when Who dives into the world of beloved historical and mythical figures.
Not only do you have a heap of fan expectation on the cameo-ing character of the week, but it's always hard to strike the right balance between the cul more
This may sound like sacrilege, but it's getting increasingly difficult to make the Daleks scary or, more importantly, interesting anymore.
Sure, if you grew up with them and have sense-memories of cowering behind the sofa in abject self-soiling child more
So here we go again.
800+ episodes, 23,000+ minutes and 13 regenerations later, and Doctor Who is attempting another reinvention. Yet with a new mission statement (‘no series-long mysteries’, ‘no flirting’ according to showrunner Steven Moffat), an more
I’m of two minds about this week’s episode of Doctor Who . On the one hand, it was a classic Stephen Moffat episode, the writer taking a simple concept – the fear of something under the bed – and exploring it from a science fiction angle. On the other ha more
Part of the genius of Season Threes benchmark Blink is how utterly standalone it is, which is why its often the go-to installment to show to newbies: The ride can be enjoyed with virtually no knowledge of the Who mythos. Listen comes from a differe more
This week we learned what happens when the Doctor is alone (and no, we don't mean the dirty stuff). Read More...
"Doctor Who" returned tonight, asking the audience to "Listen." What is no one is ever alone? And what would such creatures of masterful evasiveness want with humanity? Read More...