New lead, new companions, new showrunner, new writing team, new logo, new composer... We're in for something else, is what I'm saying.
Premiering in October 2018.
New lead, new companions, new showrunner, new writing team, new logo, new composer... We're in for something else, is what I'm saying.
Premiering in October 2018.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||Last Wednesday at 5:20 AM|
This is a thread for Doctor Who news and general discussion, and Series 11 post-episode discussion. Please keep the spoilers and the leaks in the thread below, which someone already created. Note that casting announcements are generally not considered to be spoilers.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||07/13/2018|
The Doctor Who Comic-Con panel takes place Thursday 19th July at 11.45 am local time. [bold]The first trailer will air during the World Cup final this Sunday.[/bold]
|by Anonymous||reply 2||07/13/2018|
Jesus Christ, it's been ages and yet I didn't catch up with the series watching the last Christmas special. Has "Class" been officially canceled yet? The first season was great, but apparently not popular, or successful, enough which is a darn shame.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||07/13/2018|
r3 I keep forgetting to check out Class, even though someone recommended it to me here on DL. But yes, it's been cancelled back in September.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||07/13/2018|
Class was cancelled last year, unfortunately. I liked it and the prince guy was hot, hot hot. Also if you follow his Instagram he's been working out since then and has gotten buff.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||07/13/2018|
r5 His body is hot but what a thirst trap that Insta is. The photos of him and his wife look like photos of a gay guy and his lesbian friend. And they're both [italic]really[/italic] into protein powder and working out. Very peculiar.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||07/13/2018|
Here he is doing a series of yoga poses.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||07/13/2018|
r7 For some reason, that annoys me almost as much as Hilaria Baldwin doing yoga on a plane. And I'm addicted to yoga myself, by the way.
He and his "wife" are on my irrational hate list now.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||07/13/2018|
[bold]Time trials: How Jodie Whittaker became the new face of Doctor Who[/bold]
[quote]Whitaker auditioned for Chibnall and the show’s executive producer Matt Strevens, reading specially-written script pages designed to see if she could handle the many different emotional sides of the eccentric Time Lord. The pair then asked the Broadchurch star to self-tape herself spouting what Whittaker describes as “sci-fi gobbledygook,” something she found surprisingly enjoyable. “I had an iPhone, wires, in a box,” she says. “I pretended to defuse something, and I loved it.”
[quote]Strevens reveals that he and Chibnall “saw a few actresses for the part,” but couldn’t stop thinking about Whittaker. “She was just so compelling,” says the EP. “In a way, it was a no-brainer. The fact that we were casting a female Doctor disappeared really quickly from our minds. We were just casting the Doctor and she felt like our Doctor.” Chibnall says that casting Whittaker “was the easiest decision I made in my whole career.”
|by Anonymous||reply 9||07/14/2018|
The new composer's kinda cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||07/14/2018|
Teaser, mainly introducing her new companions.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||07/15/2018|
It all depends on the writing. I'll give it a shot, but I'm don't know that I'm all that interested in a female doctor. We'll see.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||07/15/2018|
Is there really something so inherently captivating about the male body that you would watch The Doctor sit at a table without saying anything for an hour every week? Of course not; it all depends on what comes out of his/her mouth and what he/she does. You know, just like in the real world.
Seems weird to me to be so stuck on the chromosomes of The Doctor's current suit.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||07/15/2018|
Wait a minute!? Chibnall was in on the casting and didn't talk Dylan Moran into being the next Doctor? Lies and corruption!!!!! ;-(
|by Anonymous||reply 14||07/15/2018|
The Muppets - and Special Guest - at O2. (There's also clips of the same skit featuring Peter Davison.)
|by Anonymous||reply 15||07/15/2018|
[bold]Doctor Who: The Lost Episode (BBC America, July 19, 8 p.m.)[/bold]
[quote]In 1979, a BBC strike halted production of Doctor Who’s 17th series, leaving its final, Douglas Adams-penned story incomplete. Now, the original footage has been remastered and recut with hand-drawn animation to fill in the visual gaps of episodes where the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) and his companion Romana (Lalla Ward) visit the high-security prison planet of Shada. There they encounter a villainous alien trying to amass criminal knowledge and a retired Time Lord guarding a secret that, in the wrong hands, could mean the end of the universe as we know it. [AV Club]
|by Anonymous||reply 16||07/19/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 17||07/19/2018|
^^ Dat accent tho.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||07/19/2018|
The poster's cool and I like the updated look of the screwdriver.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||07/19/2018|
[bold]Doctor Who series 11 won't feature any two-part stories[/bold]
[quote]"It's 10 standalone episodes, there's no two-parters or anything like that," Chibnall told us during an interview at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
[quote]"What we want is for people to feel like we've got the range and variety of Doctor Who this year. So if you've never seen it before, you're gonna fall in love with it, and if you have seen it, you're gonna get those things that you love about the show across the 10 episodes."
I'm fully on board with that reasoning. Bring as many new viewers on board as possible.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||07/19/2018|
[bold]Doctor Who Season 11 To Feature Show’s FIRST Writers Of Color[/bold]
[quote]The upcoming Doctor Who season 11 continues to break new ground for the series as the new season will feature the first writers of color to ever work for the show. The new season will see more diversity, both inside and outside of the TARDIS.
[quote]It's hard to believe that in the long history of Doctor Who, no writers of color have ever worked for the series. But in looking at its history, the writer's room has never been that diverse. In the 55 years that the show has existed, only nine women have served as writers. That's kind of strange considering the series would not exist without producer Verity Lambert, who helped bring the very first episodes of the series to television sets across Britain. But even odder is that no person of color has ever written for the show, although those early episodes were directed by a British man of Indian descent, Waris Hussein.
[quote]That all changes with season 11, though. For the first time, Doctor Who will have writers of color working on the show. In a press conference before the show's big panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, new showrunner Chris Chibnall spoke about the series' efforts in diversity.
[quote]“It should be the most inclusive show on television. The whole concept of Doctor Who is that anyone can go anywhere.”
|by Anonymous||reply 21||07/20/2018|
I'm mostly glad Moffat is gone. Yes, the "Girl in the Fireplace" was one of the best episodes (as was "Blink") but he made a mess out of his run. The "Silence Will Fall" and all the crap he had drag on for 3 years was awful. There was no payoff in the end worth the 3 year wait he put viewers through. Many of his other plot lines were indecipherable and bizarre. I know people complained that Davies was too cartoonish and his characters were childish - but those seasons are what revived the series & it was always a campy show, historically.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||07/20/2018|
"Is there really something so inherently captivating about the male body that you would watch The Doctor sit at a table without saying anything for an hour every week? "
YES, R13 .
You're at Datalounge, sugar. Gay men. Gay. Men. And the inherently captivating male body.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||07/20/2018|
Porn is porn. Scripted television is something else entirely. Sugar.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||07/20/2018|
Very much looking forward to this!
|by Anonymous||reply 25||07/20/2018|
Um, no it's not, dipshit - I mean R13. It's visual, it's entertainment, it's pretty men who I want to look at onscreen. Take those lofty ideals about your favorite long running soap to some fanboy site, but don't pretend here that there's any difference between one sort of male eye candy and another.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||07/20/2018|
It bothers me that this female doctor has perfectly coifed hair and makeup on.
The Doctor has spend how the hell many centuries presenting as male, how the hell would he know how to do makeup and the proper way to flat-iron hair into a perfectly immobile bob?
|by Anonymous||reply 27||07/20/2018|
I just assume she has her hair done at the same place Matt Smith got his wig done for his final scene on the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||07/20/2018|
A Sarah Jane Adventures re-boot!
|by Anonymous||reply 29||07/20/2018|
"Is it still The Doctor or is it The Lady Doctor? The Doctress? My brain hurts!"
|by Anonymous||reply 30||07/20/2018|
River Song or Missy should've been the female doctor. They are quirky, wise and interesting enough to pull it off. This new female doctor? - No Thanks, I will pass until they have a male doctor again.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||07/20/2018|
r31 Your last sentence literally discredits the point you were making in the first two. Also, Missy or River becoming The Doctor makes zero sense if you're even passingly familiar with this show. They're already their own characters and it's not like "The Doctor" is just a moniker that passes from one person to another. Jesus.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||07/20/2018|
Actually, R31, the existence of Missy and River Song proves the existence of actresses who are intelligent and charismatic enough to play the Doctor.
I just hope Whittaker is another one in that category, but I've never seen her work. I will tune in long enough to see if she's up to the mark, and for her entire run if she is.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||07/20/2018|
The characters of Missy and River are intelligent because they're written to be intelligent. Look towards older Star Trek to see brilliant women being written as blubbering idiots. Most anyone who's gone through basic training in acting can pull off convincingly playing a dimwit or a genius. Jodie has graduated Guildhall with the highest degree, so she'll do more than fine in this. It's just a silly show at the end of the day.
As for charisma, we'll see. I have my doubts on that front as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||07/20/2018|
r22 I don't like how BBC has this business of Doctor Who set up in the first place. Every showrunner should be contracted for three to five seasons at most and then they should be replaced with a new one. Because otherwise they become this superstar when things are going great, and a hated person when they're not. And the latter seeps into my enjoyment of the show because all I can see anymore is their tired-ass formula. Creative juices run out eventually, which is only natural. I just wish they'd plan for it beforehand.
Anyway, here's Jodie doing an epic catwalk at Comic-Con.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||07/25/2018|
[bold]There's a very clever reason why Doctor Who series 11 will have three companions[/bold]
[quote]"I love Doctor Who as a big, popular, mainstream, accessible show," Chibnall said. "So I wanted to make sure that every member of the audience felt they had a relatable character, an access point. Hopefully it means that the show can resonate with the broadest possible audience. And of course, three companions with the Doctor... we're really going back to 1963 – that's the format of the show! You're not changing the format, that's how it started, really – which I only realised afterwards."
[quote]The Doctor's new friends – Chibnall says not calling them "companions" just feels "a bit more natural" but "is in no way a rule or edict from now on" – include Yaz (Mandip Gill), who is "in absolute awe of the Doctor" and Ryan (Tosin Cole), who "challenges the Doctor from time to time, gets it right sometimes, but wrong a lot of the time".
[quote]"People have an 'in', in three different ways," Gill added. "We all bring something different to the group, with gender, race, everything. And just the personalities of the three characters are very different.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||07/25/2018|
Well, why not three companions, they've done it several times before.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||07/25/2018|
r37 I've never seen the pre-reboot series but I'm glad they're opting for more than one companion again. I never much cared for "The Chosen One" trope with Rose, Amelia, and Clara. I want the companions to be enjoyable and well-written characters, but ultimately expendable and replaceable.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||07/25/2018|
[bold]'Time Traveler's Wife' Drama From Steven Moffat Scores HBO Green Light[/bold]
[quote]HBO, under orders to do more from new corporate parent WarnerMedia, has handed out a straight-to-series order for a take on Audrey Niffenegger's novel The Time Traveler's Wife.
[quote]The drama, which landed at the premium cabler after a multiple-outlet bidding war, will be adapted by Steven Moffat (Sherlock, Doctor Who). An episode count and premiere date have yet to be determined. Casting has not yet begun. The drama is described as an intricate and magical love story that tells the story of Clare and Henry, and a marriage with a problem ... time travel.
[quote]"I read Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveler’s Wife many years ago, and I fell in love with it," Moffat said. "In fact, I wrote a Doctor Who episode called 'The Girl in the Fireplace' as a direct response to it. When, in her next novel, Audrey had a character watching that very episode, I realized she was probably on to me. All these years later, the chance to adapt the novel itself, is a dream come true. The brave new world of long-form television is now ready for this kind of depth and complexity. It’s a story of happy ever after — but not necessarily in that order.”
|by Anonymous||reply 39||07/31/2018|
So Chinballs buries The Doctor amongst three relatable companions not called companions?
He should have let The Doctor be The Doctor.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||07/31/2018|
[quote]He should have let The Doctor be The Doctor.
r40 You mean like in the 60s when the Doctor also had three companions? I actually think putting two or three people as companions makes the Doctor stand out more as we're not so invested with that Special One, who is so very precious that the existence of the whole universe depends on her. I'm tired of that trope now so this is refreshing.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||07/31/2018|
I am speaking from a Nu-Who perspective.
It's like they hired a woman and had to slather on the icing.
Of course, in the annals of DW, he did have three companions. Ity is the reason Cinballs gave that is particularly disturbing.
Because it is not about better writing.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||07/31/2018|
[quote]Ity is the reason Cinballs gave that is particularly disturbing.
You mean his reasoning that he wants to give more (new) viewers an "in" to this relatively hermetic show and so attract fresh viewership, which is crucial for show's long-term survival? I don't see anything disturbing about that; just your basic business sense, really.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||07/31/2018|
The diminishing returns of Moffat's later seasons seem directly proportional to how insular the writing felt towards the end. I'm all for giving something new a whirl.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||07/31/2018|
r44 Agreed. These ten episodes are said to be classic Doctor Who in its tone, but with all-new "villains", which is wonderful for those checking it out for the first time. You can always rope the newcomers into additional canon/lore in subsequent seasons.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||07/31/2018|
I will also say that I've never seen Broadchurch, so I am completely unfamiliar with Jodie Whitaker as an actress. However: A) her smile is completely infectious, and B) I'm so glad they're letting her use her own accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||07/31/2018|
She sounds like Bubble on AbFab. Waiting for her to say nooooooooo.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||08/01/2018|
It's carpets! It's madness! Carpet Madness!
|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/01/2018|
r48, sounds like the Carpeteria Genie.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/01/2018|
[quote]Chloe Bennet (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Regina King (Watchmen), Camila Mendes (Riverdale), Amandla Stenberg (The Darkest Minds), and Jodie Whittaker (Doctor Who) participate in Entertainment Weekly’s yearly panel Women Who Kick Ass.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/01/2018|
She's just female and white? BBC not ticking enough boxes. Surely there was a bi-racial, non-binary refugee actor available.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/01/2018|
r51 Your complaint is entirely nonsensical when you look at the larger context in which this show takes place, i.e. that there have been twelve straight white dudes who had played The Doctor in the TV series up until now. "Box-ticking" didn't come up much back then, did it? Even though a straight white male is just another segment of the population, not the sacred default handed down from the gods.
Well, that segment is now going to be represented by one of the companions. I'm sure you'll learn to live with it eventually, like the rest of us marginalized groups have been doing our entire lives.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/01/2018|
r50 That accent is truly lethal when she first opens her mouth but I got used to it within minutes. Still, it really stands out in that setting.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||08/01/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/01/2018|
that was a Yorkie nooooo in r54.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/04/2018|
r55 Anyone who didn't get that should be red-tagged immediately.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/04/2018|
Are there any Whovians in the house? Because the Oncoming Storm is about to arrive in Chicago (No! It's not Florence!!!)! Our very own Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith, will join Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) at the ACE Comic Con in Chicago (10/12-13)! Geronimo!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 57||09/17/2018|
I have very low expectations for the Doctress, but then I thought both Matt Smith and Capaldi were each lousy as well. When Tennent left the show I argued for Jane Horrocks as the first female Doctor. I think she would have been brilliant.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||09/17/2018|
ps- red tagging the guy because he is a Dr Who fanatic? c'mon
|by Anonymous||reply 59||09/17/2018|
r 56 was recently red agged as it was open posted 8/5. Once you are r tagged it goes across threads.
Could have been a bad boy elsewhere.
And r58, they got a different Jane Horrocks because both are from Yorkshire.
The Yorkshire accent is a bit annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||09/17/2018|
Anyone watch? Is this still the thread to discuss?
|by Anonymous||reply 61||10/07/2018|
R60 - Jane Horrocks is very famously from Lancashire, not Yorkshire.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||10/07/2018|
R61 - I enjoyed it and it's the top trending topic on Twitter so looks like it was well received. I've not seen anyone slate it, anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||10/07/2018|
It was a solid episode. Jodie is just delightful. I can already tell I’m going to enjoy this new show runner. Never cared for Moffet’s overly complex, convuluted stories.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||10/07/2018|
Yea - a straightforward narrative and extremely likable first performance from Jodi!
The supporting cast - we’ll see. Didn’t fall immediately in love with them and sadly the character I liked the most meets an unfortunate end.
The tooth creature was visually underwhelming, however. I felt like we’ve seen this creature a million times before.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||10/07/2018|
Two words about Thirteen: She's awesome.
I would have switched out either Yaz or Ryan for Grace in a heartbeat.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||10/07/2018|
This episode also (briefly) featured the adorable Amit Shah from the UK series “Crashing”. He would have made an excellent companion to Jodi’s Doctor.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||10/07/2018|
Poor writing for a meh opener. I hope it gets better.
Liked Jodie but that accent is cringy.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||10/07/2018|
OP lost me when he dissed Matt Smith and then praised David Tennant, the hammiest ham who ever hammed.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||10/07/2018|
I ADORE David Tennant's Doctor, R69, he knew that this who isn't strict realism and it's best to play things big some times, and play some things weird some times.
I liked Whittaker on the first go, but I can't say my feelings are stronger than that.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||10/08/2018|
Jodie Whittaker did a fine job of being David Tennant. Hope she can be herself at some point.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||10/08/2018|
Story was very average but the cast were great. I look forward to what comes next. And watching Doctor Who in the 1970s in Britain is my earliest memory of anything.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||10/09/2018|
Joost sit bek and ave foon!
|by Anonymous||reply 73||10/09/2018|
So when Whittaker leaves the role, if the BBC don’t hire another female actor, will the experiment be seen as a failure?
|by Anonymous||reply 74||10/09/2018|
Give it time and a few series. So far most Doctors get three series. We will see after that.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||10/09/2018|
I imagine Tom Hiddleston will be available.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||10/09/2018|
I was let down by the plot for the season premiere. Star Trek Voyager did the whole "hunting" thing with the hirogen (and did it better) than this episode. Didn't they also keep their human trophies in the same way as tooth-faced man described.
Visually, it was pretty nice, though that squid monster / data collection device looked like it was straight out of The Matrix. I like that the Doctor made the sonic screwdriver from scratch and finally admitted it was a scanner / all-in-one kind of device. I agreed with all of the criticism that it went from opening doors to becoming a total magic wand in recent years.
One of the major pieces of criticism in the Moffat era was that the Doctor would fight enemies by telling them that he's the Doctor and they should just be scared and run away. In the Davies era, someone always sacrificed themselves and died (which happened here). It looks like we are going back to the sacrifice thing. The Moffat monologues of "I'm the doctor - fear me! Run!" were stupid ways to win. The fact that the Doctor grabbed the transport device was a good way out.
The one character who seemed like she'd be a fun companion was killed. The others will have to develop more to see what they can offer. Is he going to have 3? Or is one the Rory and the Wilf?
Jodie's answers during the commercials were soooo saccharine over the top. It's just a show, girl. A very famous show, but still.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||10/09/2018|
Had good debut numbers but lets see how it pans out.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||10/09/2018|
The three companions have potential, they're all played by likeable actors and have room for personal growth and for developing interesting relationships. In fact, the writers kind of hit us over the head with how much room for growth and potential for interesting relationships the three companions have. I'd bet quite a lot of real money that the kid with dyspraxia (?) does something that requires super physical coordination during the season finale.
Liked seeing the Doctor think on her feet and have nothing to work with, not even memories, that's a nice direction for the show to take.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||10/09/2018|
Good camera work, good lighting, good sound design. Technically well made. However the characters felt a bit generic for me, hopefully they get a bit more fleshed out. Script was a bit meh, felt a little flat at times. Some good comedy bits but mostly dark stuff. Very obvious plot points and concequences.
Main question though, does it feel like doctor who? Honestly, not currently, but it is only the first episode.
How's Jodie? She's alright. The other characters didn't stand out for me. I would've preferred one companion.
Overall just ok. While technically well made, the story didnt really do much for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||10/12/2018|
Yeah, couldn't disagree more. The premiere was excellent in every respect, and she's totally "The Doctor". It totally felt like Doctor Who. The other characters were great, and relatable. It'll probably stand as one of my favorite episodes ever (top ten).
|by Anonymous||reply 81||10/12/2018|
So is it that somewhat incomprehensible/grim Lancashire accent? Or is it Yorkshire?
Anything Mancunian and up (direction wise) takes some ear adjustment, especially if rattled off quickly.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||10/12/2018|
I have a feeling Jodie was selected in part precisely because of her accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||10/12/2018|
If that is true, r83, then Chinball should have hired Horrocks.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||10/12/2018|
r84 Jodie has other great qualities, like not being annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||10/12/2018|
Your irony is killing me, r85.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||10/12/2018|
I don't know British accents. What accent does she have,? I also felt like she was just copying one of the other doctors. Hopefully she will put her own stamp on the character as things move along.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||10/12/2018|
Her boob stamp!
|by Anonymous||reply 88||10/12/2018|
Really liked everything. Jodie is promising...I liked the fact they didn't make a big deal out of the new gender. The companions have promise. I'm a bit annoyed they killed off the grandma; I liked her the most out of the 4 helpers in the first episode but it's DW so maybe she'll return in some form or the other.
And, it feels new and fresh. Love the new cinematography; dark and cinematic. The show looks very rich now...not as flat and cartoony.
Thrilled with the new production team. Moffat had talent but he overstayed his welcome. Chibnall is bringing a new eye to the material.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||10/13/2018|
The writing still sucks.
How many episodes for this series?
|by Anonymous||reply 90||10/13/2018|
The new title sequence is atrocious. Nothing distinctive, it could be used for just about any TV show.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||10/14/2018|
The new tardis is way more atrocious than the titles.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||10/14/2018|
I have a feeling Jodie was selected because she kinda looks like Tennant
|by Anonymous||reply 93||10/14/2018|
How many seasons until we get a new Doctor?
|by Anonymous||reply 94||10/14/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 95||10/14/2018|
Sexy is organic like 10 but she has a crystalline quality like the Fortress of Solitude.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||10/14/2018|
The female competitor and Billie Piper have the same dentist.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||10/14/2018|
I will say I absolutely hate the trope of "something is falling towards us, so we're going to run in the only directly that maximizes the chances of it hitting and killing us".
When they saw the crashing ship heading right towards them, they should have run 90 degrees away from it. How is this not obvious to everyone? So annoying.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||10/14/2018|
r98, agreed. Chinball writes his characters stupid.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||10/14/2018|
New Theme: Meh
New Title Sequence: Not a fan
New Tardis interior: Hate it
New Doctor: Love her
|by Anonymous||reply 100||10/14/2018|
Why is the TARDIS so dark inside? And all those cutouts. What a pain to dust.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||Last Monday at 5:02 AM|
The new interior looks like the TARDIS crashed into Superman's Fortress of Solitude and some of the crystals got stuck.
that, or the police box is being attacked by a space crustacean.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||Last Monday at 6:21 AM|
Doctor Who praised by Dyspraxia Foundation for showing Ryan’s condition on primetime telly
|by Anonymous||reply 103||Last Monday at 7:29 AM|
I guess I'm the only one who liked the new TARDIS. The crystal thing looked kind of cool to me. It was too dark though. Maybe it wasn't fully powered up or something.
I thought one of the contestants was going to come back to get the group and then that person was going to win the race because (I thought?) the true prize was finding the TARDIS (the ghost monument)? Maybe I missed something. Anyway, I think that would've been a better ending than the tie.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||Last Monday at 2:08 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 105||Last Monday at 2:32 PM|
I like the theme. It sounds a lot more like the original incarnation than any of the themes the revived series has used. That said, my favorite is still the version they used in Donna's season, with the guitars.
The only thing I don't like about the trippy visuals is the lack of a TARDIS.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||Last Monday at 2:44 PM|
The then=me sounds like a version for an antacid tablet.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||Last Monday at 2:55 PM|
then=me = theme^^
|by Anonymous||reply 108||Last Tuesday at 7:44 AM|
I really like that Graham has taken to calling her "Doc." I can't think of another companion who's done that.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||Last Tuesday at 5:32 PM|
R109 Peri did - much to the annoyance of the sixth Doctor.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||Last Wednesday at 1:27 AM|
The second episode started off interesting but I was bored by the end.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||Last Wednesday at 5:20 AM|