Published on September 22nd, 2010 | by Christian Cawley2
Moffat’s Game Change
Steven Moffat has teasing details about the split series cliffhanger of Doctor Who Series 6 in 2011 – which should occur mid-Spring and be resolved in Autumn
Well, we say “resolved” – from what The Grand Moff has been saying, there could be far more to it than a few bursts of the sonic screwdriver and back to the TARDIS for a fresh Harris Tweed jacket…
If this is all new to you, let me quickly summarise: during Steven Moffat’s session at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television on August 29th, he revealed that the 2011 series of Doctor Who would be split in two. Speaking to Doctor Who Magazine, Moffat reveals:
There will be a huge cliffhanger… that we wouldn’t normally do at the end of a series of Doctor Who because it would be too long before it came back.
[It is] an enormous, game-changing cliffhanger for the Doctor, Amy and Rory. It will change everything for them.
You will see the Doctor’s life change forever, you will gasp in astonishment at the true nature of his relationship with Amy and you will cry out in horror as Rory Williams stumbles to the brink of a tragic mistake.
It certainly sounds as though there is a lot in store for the time travellers in 2011 – and the fans as well!
(Via Digital Spy)