Dec 25, 2012 09:00 PMTV Network - BBC America
<p>We ask you, could it possibly be Christmas without "Doctor Who?" We think not. We truly think not. Tonight, The Doctor will be battling the horrific Snowmen and mucking about with his new companion played by Jenna-Louise Coleman. We very much expect that you're ridiculously excited for it as we're ridiculously excited for it. Make sure to eat dinner early so that the kids' sugar high has worn off and they're all tucked into their beds and fast asleep by 9pm, because The Doctor is in.</p>
May 18, 2013TV Network - BBC America
Tonight, we may, possibly, perhaps, perchance, get an answer as to who this Clara person is and why she can exist in more than one place and more than one time. We kind of hope that she's a Time Lord and being chased by someone evil and has chosen to hide her identity within a pocket watch and consequently doesn't realize she's a Time Lord. This is a somewhat farfetched notion, but not outside the realm of possibility. Right? After all, we've kind of heard tell of such things before, haven't we?
May 11, 2013TV Network - BBC America
Tonight's episode of "Doctor Who" is entitled 'Nightmare in Silver.' As interesting as that by itself may be, we think that the larger tale is, perhaps, more interesting than tonight's title. The season ends next week and that means that tonight we're probably going to be delivered some sort of swell cliffhanger ending that is going to keep us at the edge of our seats for a full week (we hope). That is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, upsetting. But, we shall persevere. We shall hop into our TARDIS and jump a week ahead so we can see what happens.
Apr 06, 2013TV Network - FOX
Just who is this Clara person? You know that there's something important about her, something special, and--we assume--something terribly dangerous as well. Tonight, we get to see Clara's first adventure inside the TARDIS (to this point the Doctor has come to her). Naturally, horrible dangers will be afoot, but the real question is if we'll get deeper into the mystery of who this newest companion is and how it is that she happens to exist in multiple times/places. There are questions that must be answered, people, and only the Doctor is there to do it.
Mar 30, 2013TV Network - BBC America
Okay, so we don't want to sound stupid or anything, but who is this new companion? We have seen two characters played by Jenna-Louise Coleman to this point, but we aren't convinced that either of them are whomever she is actually going to be even if her companion character's story is unquestionably linked to those other characters. We hope that tonight gets some answers and, if we're allowed to state another preference, that we can settle in for several weeks of 'regular' episodes instead of everything being some sort of special episode. But, mostly we want answers about this new companion.
Dec 25, 2012TV Network - BBC America
We ask you, could it possibly be Christmas without "Doctor Who?" We think not. We truly think not. Tonight, The Doctor will be battling the horrific Snowmen and mucking about with his new companion played by Jenna-Louise Coleman. We very much expect that you're ridiculously excited for it as we're ridiculously excited for it. Make sure to eat dinner early so that the kids' sugar high has worn off and they're all tucked into their beds and fast asleep by 9pm, because The Doctor is in.
Sep 29, 2012TV Network - BBC America
As we have told you no fewer than two other times over the past five Saturdays, the beginning of season seven of the new "Doctor Who" series is a mere five episode run (and the final Amy and Rory episode). We expect a full 14 episodes to air as a part of the season (we don't know yet whether that includes a Christmas special), but right now we're only getting five episodes (and the final Amy and Rory episode). Well, right now we're only getting one episode, we've already gotten the first four episodes, and tonight is episode five of five (and the final Amy and Rory episode). Tune in, the Timelord is awesome and likes fish fingers and custard (did we mention that this is the last episode for Amy and Rory?).
Sep 22, 2012TV Network - BBC America
When they launched this new season of "Doctor Who" we were promised a run of five straight new episodes right off the bat. As that run of episodes began on September 1, that makes this the fourth of the five episodes. At least, it does unless you've done some crazy time travel thing and have managed to watch them all out of order. Perhaps you jumped in your TARDIS and opted to watch this one first. If, however, you're like us and without a TARDIS, this the fourth of five episodes in a row. Shed a tear. Watch, but shed a tear.
Sep 01, 2012TV Network - BBC America
Starting tonight we're getting five weeks in a row of new "Who." Get excited, people, get very excited. The Ponds are embarking on their final season as the Doctor's companion(s) and it all gets going tonight with an episode entitled 'Asylum of the Daleks.' The Ponds journey, as we understand it, doesn't end when these five episodes do, but the season isn't going to air straight through without breaks and after these five we'll be getting something of a break. Bust out the sonic screwdriver and get ready for timey-wimey greatness, the Doctor is in.
Aug 18, 2012TV Network - BBC America
This week's "Doctor Who" special is all about the 'timey-wimey stuff.' We are going to go out on a ledge and suggest that means that the producers, stars, and talking heads are going to tell us exactly how it is that the TARDIS travels in time and space and why, precisely, it regularly gets lost. As you know, as brilliant as the Doctor, the companions, and the TARDIS itself is, the machine goes awry on a fairly regular basis. We tend to think that if he bothered to fix the chameleon switch it might actually make the entire thing work, but that's just our opinion.
Aug 11, 2012TV Network - BBC America
We are, it seems, approaching the new season of "Doctor Who." How do we know this? Well, we know it because BBC America is giving us a whole bunch of weekly specials looking at the Doctor, kind of gearing us up for the new season. Up tonight is a discussion of the women in the series and we fully expect that means not just the Rose Tylers, Martha Joneses, and Amy Ponds, but the River Songs, too. Maybe they'll even throw in a bit about the alien women of the series (besides River). We'll all just have to tune in to find out.
Jul 13, 2012
London doctor-in-training Martha Jones has trouble enough keeping up with her studies, but her day takes a really strange turn when she befriends a mysterious Mr. Smith who seems to know why her hospital has been inexplicably transported to the moon.
Jul 12, 2012
After saying good-bye to a close friend, Rose Tyler, the Doctor meets a mysterious woman dressed in a wedding gown on board the TARDIS, and it is up to him to discover who the woman is, where she came from, and how she can be helped.
Jul 11, 2012
The Doctor is shocked to discover that Winston Churchill and his contemporaries are using Daleks and alien technology to battle the Nazis in World War II; the Doctor is perplexed when Amy claims to have no memory of the Daleks' previous invasion.
Jul 09, 2012
Dead return to the land of the living, though they might be something altogether different from what they seem to be; The Doctor goes to the Torchwood Tower in order to find answers to this latest development of events.
Jul 08, 2012
The Earth is threatened with annihilation when an alien prisoner escapes incarceration and his powerful former captors come looking for him; after regenerating for the 11th time, the Doctor makes repairs to the TARDIS and gains a new companion.
Jun 29, 2012
While The Doctor and Rose are trapped in Downing Street, the Slitheen undertake their plan to annihilate the human race.
Jun 28, 2012
While The Doctor is returning to Earth to bring Rose home, the planet is put on the alert by an alien spaceship's crash into the Thames.
Oct 01, 2011TV Network - BBC America
There is something inherently unfair about a season of "Doctor Who" ending. No, really. Think about it, this guy, this Time Lord, can manipulate all of time and space -- he has this ability at his finger tips (provided that he's in the TARDIS and the thing is working), why can't he always just take us back to the beginning of the season and show it to us as though it were new the moment it ends? Wouldn't that be better than making us wait a year (or more) before giving us his next adventure? Come on Time Lord, we dare you to give us more adventures this year.
Aug 27, 2011TV Network - BBC America
We were not wholly in love with the first half of this season of "Doctor Who." We think it did a lot of things very well, but not everything. That doesn't mean that we're going to give up on our Time Lord though, now does it? No, absolutely not, especially when he meets up with Hitler in his first episode back. We actually find it rather surprising that over the past few decades he hasn't yet encountered Hitler, but we trust Steven Moffat to know the history far better than we do.
Set sonic screwdrivers to stun, this one ought to be good.
Jun 11, 2011TV Network - BBC America
Now there's probably a whole lot of worry out there about new episodes of "Doctor Who" disappearing so quickly. We think everyone is probably a little gun shy following the extended absence of the series from David Tennant's last regular season to Matt Smith's first -- those specials were great, but very infrequent. Well, not to worry, they're actually breaking the current "Who" season in two, and tonight only marks the end of that first part. The show will be back later in the year to finish what it has started. Tonight will, naturally, be some sort of horrific cliffhanger designed to keep us all on pins and needles until that time.
Jun 04, 2011TV Network - BBC America
The weekend before Memorial Day we were treated to part one of a multi-episode story and were left with a cliffhanger that featured some fake flesh stuff replicating itself into the form of our beloved Doctor, complete with suspenders (suspenders are cool). When the fake flesh stuff (we know it has a name, but we like 'fake flesh stuff') takes on the appearance of humans it retains all their memories, and we're just dying to find out what will happen now that it has become a Time Lord. Does it get Time Lord powers? Can it regenerate? These are the questions which must be answered tonight.
Apr 23, 2011TV Network - BBC America
Who-niverse fans, unite! After a pretty good first showing for Steven Moffat and Matt Smith last year, The 11th Doctor is back as is Moffat as showrunner. Amy Pond is back. Rory is back. The TARDIS is back, and a whole bunch of baddies -- new and old -- as well. We will be learning more about River Song this season and traveling to the States in the upcoming year. It's going to be a big season and it's going to be broken into two parts. And, it all starts tonight.
Read an interview with Kate Gillan here.
Dec 25, 2010TV Network - BBC America
That's right folks, it may be Christmas night, but there is one last, brilliant present under that tree, and it's being given from BBC America directly to us all - it's the "Doctor Who" Christmas Special! Oh yes, it's true, no more airing on the 26th, no more pushing it to the new year, no more ridiculous showing it in July nonsense. Well, at least not this year. No, this year we're getting the Christmas Special on Christmas. It's Who-ized version of the Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol," and boy we couldn't be more excited to see it. Geronimo!
Jul 24, 2010TV Network - BBC America
It hasn't been the smoothest of rides for Matt Smith's Doctor, but let's face it, if it were a smooth ride, there'd be little point in watching the show, right? I mean, if there were no Daleks, no Master, no random evil aliens, no crack in the world, no Sea Monsters, no Cybermen, where would The Doctor be? There'd be no way he could impress all those companions if he didn't routinely save the universe from all but certain destruction. Oh sure, they'd like seeing all the cool stuff for a while, but it's really the danger that attracts them... and us, we'll admit that the danger attracts us too.
May 01, 2010TV Network - BBC America
The Eleventh Doctor hasn't had all that much time to get his act together, but the Daleks wait for no man (or Time Lord). Tonight the Doctor must face his nemesis once more, and he'll be doing so in an episode tantalizingly entitled "Victory of the Daleks." We don't actually imagine for a moment that the Daleks are going to beat the Doctor, but they may come awfully close. All we really want though is some good 'Exterminate!' action... well, that and to learn how it's possible that they're back again and if they've brought Davros with them.