Philip Pullman’s fantasy series, His Dark Materials, has long been a favorite of readers but Hollywood’s previous attempt to bring the first book, The Golden Compass, to the big screen was a disappointment. But now the team behind Doctor Who are revisiting the material for BBC One.
Twelve years ago, Jane Tranter (former controller for BBC Drama) and producer Julie Gardner were fundamental in the revival of Doctor Who. Now, the two have formed a production group, and they’re turning to the supernatural books of Deborah Harkness for their first show: A Discovery of Witches.
Thanks to pop culture, nowadays, when you think about archiving immortality, it's as simple as taking a vampire bite to the neck, however, Intruders takes a very different approach to living forever. The upcoming BBC America show features a secret society that tries to continue on "by seeking refuge in the bodies of…
The writers of the next season of Doctor Who's more grown-up spinoff, Torchwood, have been announced... and they're some of our favorite televisual geniuses, including former Buffy, House and Supernatural writers.
We saw two teaser trailers for David Tennant's very final episodes as the time-traveling hero of Doctor Who, and they revealed some dark times ahead for our Time Lord, including a menacing figure in a hoodie. Spoilers in the TARDIS!
We've already wondered whether Torchwood could possibly top its world-crashing "Children Of Earth" miniseries in 2010, and we're also dead curious about the rumored Doctor Who movie. So we asked the BBC's Julie Gardner what's in store for both institutions.
SDCC is just weeks away, and the buzz over who is (and isn't) going to be there is growing. It's not the usual celebs I want to see, however: Instead, it's two particular folks who make media I'm addicted to.
Okay, so we may not have believed those rumors about Doctor Who specials taking place in America with an American cast and crew when we first heard about them, but that was before news came that the BBC is moving to America... with some very Who-friendly faces in charge.News broke yesterday that the BBC is looking to…
The unsung hero of time-travel show Doctor Who and its spin-offs isn't K-9 the tin dog, it's executive producer Julie Gardner. She's kept the flashing light from flying off the top of the Police Box time machine since the beginning. We were lucky enough to sit down with her at Comic-Con and ask her about Doctor Who's…