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Tagged Doctor Who Series 6

The Rebel Flesh Preview

SFX have published a great interview with The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People writer Matthew Graham about his upcoming episodes, which have a splash of traditional Doctor Who and a hint of The Thing and Alien about them, mixed up some legitimate moral questions combined with some good old-fashioned scares. Back in 2006, Fear Her hinted…

Why Does Rory Die?

Could the weekly demise of Rory Pond be down to the creative machination of The Grand Moff? The Rebel Flesh writer Matthew Graham certainly thinks so! Speaking to SFX, Graham reveals that he suspects the Doctor Who showrunner is killing Rory for a reason. “Does he (Rory) die in every episode? I suppose he does!…

Time Lord Spam

If The Doctor’s Wife confirmed anything its that the Time Lords are such a ponderous, pious race that even their transport wants to flee from them. However this didn’t stop the Doctor from throwing himself and the Ponds into mortal danger at the merest hint of their continued existence. It seems loneliness clouds even a…

Record Breaking Astronaut!

Remember those disappointing initial figures for Doctor Who Series 6 opener The Impossible Astronaut which were then improved as a final 8.86 million total? Well it seems that among those viewers, a massive 4.1 million watched the thrilling episode via a delayed viewing service, typically Sky+. Not only is this typical of the way the…

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