Doctor Who made its welcome (and long overdue) return this past weekend, and it was all decidedly new: a new companion, new tone, and in some ways, a new sensibility from showrunner Steven Moffat, as compared to his past few seasons on the series. Still, for all its freshness, season 10's opening episode couldn’t help… Read more...
It was a new start for the Doctor -- complete with a new companion. But how did the first episode measure up? What's the Doctor up to these days? Lecturing on everything -- you know, poetry, physics, same thing --...
This article contains spoilers for “The Pilot,” episode one of Doctor Who season 10. He’s baaaack. Doctor Who returned Saturday night in a refreshing premiere that managed to satisfy fans and welcome newcomers. […] The post New Companion Bill Goes With the Flow in ‘Doctor Who’ Premiere appeared first on Geek.com.
It’s been a minute since we last saw Peter Capaldi properly in action as the Doctor. Sure, we got the merry yuletide diversion of “The Return Of Doctor Mysterio” and a guest turn in the first episode of Class (which, hey, check backShow More Summary
With news of Peter Capaldi leaving the Doctor Who universe at the end of this current season, it was easy to forget that with someone halfway out those TARDIS doors, a wonderful newbie was just getting her timey-wimey footing: That honor goes to the Doctor’s newest openly gay companion, Bill ... More »
It’s been way too long since we’ve been here, Whovians.…
The tenth season of "Doctor Who" premieres on BBC America tonight at 9p. This will be the final season for Peter Capaldi, who was the 12th Doctor on the show, and a new companion, Bill... For more, visit our blog !
It's going to be a good night to be a Whovian on Saturdays with BBC America's lineup, and BuddyTV got the scoop when the casts and writers/executive producers of Doctor Who and the new spin-off Class spoke to reporters about what toShow More Summary
Doctor Who returns this Saturday for Peter Capaldi's final season, but it's not all about goodbyes. Season 10 also introduces us to Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie), the Doctor's...
Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat and the Doctor's new companion Pearl Mackie dish about season 10, Star Trek and a different regeneration.
Doctor Who is back on our screens this weekend, and to celebrate the return of TV's greatest Time Lord we have a Tardis-ful of BBC novels to give away, telling all new adventures of the Twelfth Doctor alongside new companion Bill Potts
Check out our weekly guide to TV this week, and make sure you’re catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won’t admit you watch when no one’s looking. The Fosters wraps its fourth season Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern on Freeform. Show More Summary
As a companion to The Doctor, Matt Lucas’ Nardole is only slightly less new than Bill Potts. Nardole is something of a cipher – hiding the fact that he’s not entirely dim (he can fly the TARDIS, people!) behind the alien equivalent of...Show More Summary
Pearl Mackie is The Doctor’s new companion, Bill Potts, in season ten of Doctor Who. In the following interview Mackie talks about being the new kid on the block/in the TARDIS; working with Peter Capaldi and Matt Lucas, and learning to deal with the unique situations that being a companion puts her in. Show More Summary
Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas on the new companion The post Doctor Who Season 10: Meet New Companion Bill Potts appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Peter Capaldi’s last season as The Doctor on the timey-wimey sciience-fiction series Doctor Who returns to BBC America on Saturday, April 15th (9/8C). The 12th Doctor will be breaking in a new companion before he regenerates, and the show’s showrunner, Steven Moffat will hand the reins to Life on Mars veteran Chris Chibnall. Show More Summary
The tenth—and Peter Capaldi’s final—season of Doctor Who begins next weekend, and despite a couple of trailers and an introduction to the new companion, we don’t actually know all that much about it. Outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat is more than happy to oblige with a few new details however. Read more...
The BBC on Tuesday responded to rumors that new Doctor Who companion Pearl Mackie will leave the series after one season. The actress, set to debut as Bill Potts on April 15, is […] The post BBC on Mackie Departure Rumors: ‘Tune In to Find Out’ appeared first on Geek.com.
Doctor Who may go down in history as the longest-running British sci-fi show, but it will make history again in its upcoming 10th season of the new Who franchise that began in 2005. The Doctor’s newest companion (the designated title...Show More Summary
Season 10 of Doctor Who will soon be here, and fans might want to soak up all that they can from the new companion Bill.