Sure, we all knew that Michelle Gomez was returning as the Master in the next season of Doctor Who. But now we know she’s being joined by one of her former selves: none other than John Simm himself. I mean, sure, if the Doctor can bring along his past selves for adventures, why not his best friend/mortal nemesis?
On Friday night, BBC America screened the first episode of its upcoming series Intruders, starring John Simm, Mira Sorvino, and James Frain. It was bananas. Creepy bananas. Here are our spoiler-free first impressions.
Our first couple glimpses of Intruders, BBC America's new series about a secret society that seeks to attain immortality by possessing other people's bodies, were seriously spooky. This new, extended trailer continues the trend. Oh – and the show now has an official release date!
We're really creeped out by the latest couple of teasers for BBC America's Intruders. Centered around a secret society searching for immortality by possessing the bodies of others, we're not sure what to expect from this series. But we are happy it's got Life on Mars and Doctor Who's John Simm!
Want David Tennant tuck you into bed every night? Wish granted. YouTube has an insane collection of the Doctor Who cast (over many years) reading children's stories for a BBC program, Cbeebies. It's insanely adorable, and absolutely calming. The Master even gets in on the game. All you need now is a laptop, and you…
Could the Master be the new Doctor? That's what one newspaper is claiming. John Simm, who danced rings around David Tennant as the psycho arch-villain, is the "hot favorite" to play the Doctor when Tennant leaves. But it's unclear how the show could get around the fact that we saw Simm's body being cremated: