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Plus: Doctor Who is getting the royal treatment, ABC wants more Goldbergs, and Damon Lindelof quit Twitter.
Get your first glimpse of David Tennant and Matt Smith causing a rift in time or something.
For the first time ever, Doctor Who will be simulcast around the world.
Plus: Justified's getting more Wynn Duffy, the British are invading Hulu, and Taye Diggs is visiting New Girl.
Plus: Glee knows how it will handle Finn's absence, Fox is remaking a British hit, and a favorite character is coming back for 24's miniseries.
Executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat claimed the show hasn't even started the casting process yet. But no one could stay down for long in the lovefest that followed.
We can better understand the Emmy nominations and eventual winners by looking at the nominations ballots, which the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences releases publicly. At the very least, they can be good for a laugh.
Plus: Falling Skies returns to lower ratings, Natalie Zea goes Under the Dome, and coming to a TV near you: Insane Clown Posse.
If the show doesn't change, it won't really matter who steps into one of television's most famous roles.
Suddenly, the question "Doctor Who?" is a lot more relevant.
The Series 7 finale restored my faith in the magic of the Whoniverse, and somewhat restored my faith in this entire series.
Neil Gaiman's second Doctor Who episode explored a familiar character from the Whoniverse in a completely new way.
After a few weeks of deadly serious Doctor Who episodes, "The Crimson Horror" was a nice return to mysterious, immersive, clever storytelling.
"Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS" was a lively, well-paced, intimate exploration into the vastness that is the TARDIS, and also the mystery that is Clara.
A frightened Doctor, a companion who's catching on to the darker side of time travel faster than most, a ghost, imaginative storytelling, and a couple of love stories all combined in this overall satisfying, creepy, and emotionally juicy episode.
Without the crackle of the Doctor and Clara getting to know each other, a huge bizarro world to explore, or a high-stakes, complex story, "Cold War" left me a little cold.
Despite a few plot flaws, "The Rings of Akhaten" did a great job of showing Clara off a bit more and delving into both her and the Doctor's pasts.
I really liked this episode when I first finished watching it, but after giving it some time to ricochet around in my head, it started to fall apart a bit for me as a fully executed story.
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Classics, Dark Comedy, British TV, Time Travel, Creatures