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Bigger! Faster! More Intense!

That’s the promise that the Who team are planning to keep with next years season.

Doctor Who Producer Piers Wenger has been revelling a few more details about the the upcoming Series 6. He told Bullz-Eye that the entire production staff feel under pressure to top the previous years 13 episodes run:

“That’s the challenge we’re currently engaged in,” he confirmed. “That’s why we’re going off to to the States to film for the opening two-parter, and that’s why Steven [Moffat] is coming up with more dark and complicated and strange things to inflict upon Rory and Amy… to complicate their relationship.”

He also added, rather wrily, that the series might be dealing that old chestnut of who exactly is River Song? Promising some ‘big truths’ would be revelled during the seasons two parts.

Wenger also confirmed Matt Smith’s claims that the Weeping Angels have more than meet their match with this seasons new big bad- currently terrorising our heroes out in Utah:

“They are quite terrifying,” he claimed. “I worry for the sanity of some of our fans. I worry for our own sanity! They are properly scary. They are really going to make the Weeping Angels look like a bunch of stuffy old statues.”

Doctor Who returns for a special one-off episode at Christmas on BBC One, while the sixth series is to follow in the spring of 2011.

(via Digital Spy)


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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