New Doctor. New friends. New TARDIS. New worlds. And apparently, new monsters and new monsters only.
Good thing that’s just what the Doctor loves doing, isn’t it?
We’re not talking about a new alien world or some gorgeous future cityscape. We’re not even talking about an iconic moment from the past. No, we’re talking about something far more exciting than all of those things. We’re talking about Sheffield.
The BBC’s lavish adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials saga is still a ways off—but that’s not stopped the broadcaster from commissioning a second run of episodes already.
You see it. You see what they did there. They know you saw.
Put on your snazzy coats and get out the gadgets, because now we know exactly when the eleventh season of Doctor Who is coming to air.
Times change, and so does the Doctor—so now that Jodie Whittaker is the latest incarnation of Doctor Who’s Time Lord adventurer, Adam Hargreaves’ line of Doctor Who/Mr. Men mashup books is adding a Little Miss. io9 can exclusively reveal the first look at Dr. Thirteenth, the latest Doctor Who take on the endlessly…
Doctor Who’s revival in 2005 has given us some of the show’s finest companions, from Bill to Donna Noble. But its revival inspired another medium of Doctor Who to create a TV-series-worthy companion of its own: Big Finish’s legendary Lucie Miller, and years after she left the radio drama series, she’s back.
The eleventh season of Doctor Who was already going to be momentous what with Jodie Whittaker’s casting as the new Doctor, but the show’s push for inclusion and representation will also extend behind the camera.
When the Thirteenth Doctor’s rainbow-accented costume was first revealed, I was admittedly a little reticent. I didn’t dislike it, per se, but there was a quirkiness to it which made it stand out much more than the typical aesthetics of Doctor Who’s modern Time Lord couture. But the more and more we see of season 11,…
The casting of Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor was of the utmost secrecy for the BBC, but a few former Time Lords got to learn the identity of the new Doctor a little earlier than the rest of us. Some guessed it accidentally, but others like Tenth Doctor David Tennant got a very sneaky surprise.
We’ve seen little bits here and there of Amazon and the BBC’s adaptation of the beloved Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and the dearly missed Terry Pratchett. But while Comic-Con didn’t give us a trailer, it did let us peek behind the curtain to see the novel’s fantastical mishmash of Angels and Demons come to life, plus a…
A new Doctor on Doctor Who means new everything: new monsters, new best friends, new TARDISes, and new gear. That includes a new Sonic Screwdriver, the Doctor’s jack-of-all-trades technological device—and while we got a very tiny flash of it in the new trailer today, we now have a great look at its very unusual visage.
We’ve seen her outfit. We’ve seen her TARDIS. We’ve had teasers. But the time has come for an all-new, and historic, incarnation of the cosmos’ favorite Time Lord: The very first trailer for Doctor Who season 11 is finally here!
It’s finally happening!
Acting is a tough business. Acting like you’re an ethereal, centuries-old being innately aware of the turn of the cosmos and with a mastery of time and space? Even tougher! But you too can pull it off if you have an iPhone, a box of wires, and the 13-year professional acting career of Jodie Whittaker. Some of which…
A new Doctor on the way for the BBC’s Doctor Who can only mean one thing: fresh merchandise to go with the new look attached to the whole new incarnation of the universe’s favorite Time Lord. Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor is no exception—and her first batch of toys is surprisingly imminent.
For modern smartphone owners, it’s a common enough of an occurrence. You’re just sitting there, talking about whatever, when suddenly you say something that triggers the digital assistant on your phone. Now normally, you’d probably get annoyed for a second, tap a button to dismiss the interruption, and then continue…
Last week, an incomplete scene featuring Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor surreptitiously hit the web, giving fans eager for leaks and spoilers a taste of what to expect from the next season of Doctor Who. But while in the entertainment business leaks and spoilers are part and parcel of the industry, in this case,…
Ever since Doctor Who returned in 2005, its music has been composed by Murray Gold, who defined the sound of Who for hundreds of stories over a decade-plus’ worth of pieces. But times are changing in the TARDIS, and now a new face is behind the keys: up and coming composer Segun Akinola.