San Diego Comic Con is a fixture of the pop culture calendar every year and is considered the ‘Geek Mecca’ where many companies choose to make major announcements for their movies, TV shows and products.
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Doctor Who fans across the world got their first glimpse of the Time Lord’s new companions in a specially-filmed preview of the new series, due to air later this year on BBC one.
The 50 second teaser debuted during the halftime time break of the World Cup Final between France and Croatia, being shown in the U.K. on BBC One. Continue reading
Last month saw the publication of the first four books in a series celebrating two global icons – Doctor Who and the World of the Mr. Men and Little Miss.
The BBC has today confirmed John Simm will return as The Master in Doctor Who. This follows a news story published by The Sun following the press launch event.
He will battle The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), new companion Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) and Nardole (Matt Lucas) in the forthcoming series of Doctor Who.
John Simm says:
“I can confirm that it’s true, thanks to the power of time travel I’m back. It’s always a pleasure to work with this great team of people and I can’t wait for you all to see what The Master gets up to in the next series.
The new series of Doctor Who will see the Time Lord joined by his first openly gay companion.
A new image for Doctor Who series 10 has been released, ahead of a 60-second trailer for the series premiering on BBC One tonight (Monday 13th March) during half-time of the FA Cup quarter final match between Chelsea and Manchester United.
A new trailer for Doctor Who series 10 has been released today live on the Doctor Who Twitter account and BBC YouTube channel at 3pm. It received its television premiere ahead of the Let It Shine finale.
The Doctor Who spin-off ‘Wartime‘ is to be released on DVD.
Wartime is the title of a short science fiction film, produced direct-to-video in 1987. It was the first professionally produced, authorised independent spin-off of the long-running TV series Doctor Who, and the only such production to be made while the originating TV series was still on the air (it ended in 1989).