It's part of the ritual of Doctor Who these days: First we have to be introduced to a new time-traveling companion (for the third time, in the case of Clara.) And then, in her second story, we have to get reminded just why she's so amazingly special and wonderful. That's this week's episode, which is kind of mixed bag. Spoilers ahead... Read more...
"Doctor Who" Series 7 episode 7 "The Rings of Akhaten" reveals more about the Doctor's new companion Clara.
Doctor Who is on again this weekend with its second episode of Season 7B, “The Rings of Akhaten.” This will be new companion, Clara’s (Jenna-Louise Coleman), first trip off world and it looks fantastic. Lots of aliens, wonderful effects, and a creepy space cult. Check out two clips from The Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara’s [...]
Now that Clara has officially debuted as Doctor Who's new companion, let's get down to solving the mystery of this "impossible girl." On Saturday's Doctor Who (8/7c, BBC America), present-day Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) will have her...Show More Summary
It’s a fresh new day in the Whoverse, with a spritely new(-ish) companion for our Raggedy Doctor. Let’s get to know her after the cut. As Doctor Who fans both Classic and Nü know, as soon as you grow to love a particular Doctor or companion, they will be wrenched from your heart in some devastating way. While big chunks...
I don’t know if any of you caught the first episode of the Doctor Who spring season. It was a good episode, although it was better for who it officially introduced as the new companion — the unbelievably adorable Jenna Louise Coleman — than it was as an actual stand-alone episode. Show More Summary
The return of Doctor Who had all the ingredients that you would expect from the intro to a new season (and companion). So why did it feel so unsatisfying?
Riding the wave of major West End productions being cast by popular vote on television, the BBC announced today that the next co-star for the popular science-fiction program Doctor Who will be selected on a new reality show talent competition. The...Show More Summary
Witnessing the bond form between the Doctor and his new companion is part of the "Doctor Who" experience, and this relationship is definitely going to be one of the most popular ones in the series' history.
"Doctor Who" Season 7 midseason premiere "The Bells of Saint John" formally introduced Jenna-Louise Coleman as the Doctor's new companion Clara Oswald.
The Doctor takes on WiFi in the 'Doctor Who' season 7.5 premiere, "The Bells of St. John", Is this a good start for the new companion?
Doctor Who – Recap: Run, You Clever Boy. And Remember via Rickey.org Doctor Who returns with a new companion, and a pretty terrific premiere. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Before being cast as the new companion in Doctor Who last spring, Jenna-Louise Coleman had spent several years on a British soap and done a couple of period dramas. Now, she and boyfriend Richard Madden (you know him as Game of Thrones’ Rob Stark) preside over … oh, ninety-seven percent ... More »
Matt Smith's new on-screen companion stops by THR's Cover Lounge to tease her mysterious character: "We will get payoff. It's a story to be eked out and teased throughout the arc of the season." read more
"Doctor Who" showrunner Steven Moffat discusses Saturday's midseason premiere, "The Bells of St. John" and the introduction of Jenna Louise-Coleman as new companion Clara Oswald.
"Doctor Who" executive producer Steven Moffat previews the Season 7 return and the re-introduction of Jenna-Louise Coleman as new companion Clara.
We're only a few short days away from the second half of this season of "Doctor Who" arriving with the new companion and all. It's a time of celebration and mourning, these irregular events that arrive with the sadness of...
How can you see Matt Smith’s Doctor and Jenna Louise-Coleman’s companion Clara being very cute together in the new Doctor
The second half of season seven of Doctor Who is starting up on March 30, and there’s been a bounty of information given up about the new episodes and the Doctor’s new companion in the run-up to the show’s 50th anniversary. The 50thShow More Summary
It's a good week to be a Doctor Who fan. Not only were we treated to a trailer for the second half of the seventh season, but today we have a look at the two collectible Doctor Who covers for the upcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary