Arthur Darvill, best known as the companion of the Doctor's Companion Amy Pond, has joined the increasingly busy Arrow/Flash spinoff as Rip Hunter, a lesser-known time-traveling DC superhero. So two things of note here: 1) it looks like Booster Gold isn't part of the show, and 2) more Rory!
We've been having Doctor Who withdrawal symptoms for months — but the return of the Time Lord is almost here. We traveled deep inside the corridors of San Diego Comic Con to speak to stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. Plus producers Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner.
Amy and Rory are set to leave the TARDIS sometime in the upcoming seventh season, and the BBC just announced Jenna-Louise Coleman will be stepping in as the Doctor's latest companion. Plus spoiler-y details for Amy and Rory's final adventure!
Rory Williams, the hapless Arthur Dent-esque nurse, has become one of the most popular characters in Doctor Who's history, thanks to his steadfast devotion to the lovely Amy Pond. If only Rory would stop dying!
Many people would assume that the hero of Doctor Who is the time-traveling main character, played by the rakishly British Matt Smith. But it's not so. The real stand-out hero of the new series is the steadfast (and studly) Rory Williams.
Warning: You might not have realized how much you've missed Rory's snarky pessimism, until you watch this clip from "Let's Kill Hitler," Doctor Who's midseason premiere. Also, you may be left with gnawing questions that will eat you alive for the next eight days.
We didn't really know what to expect from the midseason finale of Doctor Who, but we definitely didn't expect the Last of the Time Lords to turn out to have something crucial in common with the Caped Crusader.
The BBC has just confirmed that Matt Smith's Doctor will be back for (at least) another 14 episodes of Doctor Who, presumably referring to a Christmas special plus thirteen episodes in series seven. There's no word yet on his companions.
Amy Pond finally meets the one person in the universe who can stand up to her — and it looks like they're getting along quite well, in the first brief clip from the skit airing during Friday's Comic Relief special.
We've seen Doctor Who's time-wimey take on "A Christmas Carol", and now it's time to look ahead to season six. Let's examine the new trailer and learn what's in store for the Doctor and his friends. Spoilers and speculation ahead!
Doctor Who got a new lease on life this year — not just in the sense of growing a new body, but also getting a whole new look and creative team. And now the results are a shiny DVD box-set!
"The Big Bang" may well have been the best season finale in Doctor Who's long history. It sparkles with great moments and lovely performances. Except that there were two things in it that bugged the hell out of me. Spoilers!