New 'Doctor Who' travels to BBC America in April - Featured

BBC America announced today that the network will premiere its new Doctor Who season on April 17. The sci-fi show now stars 27-year-old Matt Smith as the 11th incarnation of the time-traveling Doctor. Lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat has attracted the likes of Coraline author Neil Gaiman, Love Actually director Richard Curtis, and Torchwood scribes Chris Chibnall and Toby Whithouse to write future episodes for the series, which will be set in 16th-century Venice, 1890s France, and a distant-future United Kingdom (with the entire nation floating in space).


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Feb 27, 2010 8:35PM EST

WHOOOOOOOOOOOO-HOOOOOOOOO!!!!! The Doctor's coming back!

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Mar 6, 2010 9:53AM EST

Thank the lords of BBC, the scribes of Doctor Who, and everyone else involved. The last true season, not counting the final four extended episode movies, seems like forever many months ago. Hopefully Smith has as much heart and emotional range as Tennant.

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Mar 20, 2010 8:01PM EDT

YAY!!! im happy dr. who is coming back but i dont think smith looks very good for the part but who know he might be good, we'll just have to wait and see :)

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