The conventional wisdom says that the past 10 years have been a bad time for science fiction on television. Fantasy has been on the upswing. Space opera all but disappeared. Science fiction shows get canceled all the time. But a ton of great science fiction has been created since 2005. Here are 15 shows that changed…
Over its 50 years, Doctor Who has had plenty of mortifying incidents here and there. But things could have been way, way worse. Here are 10 occasions where Doctor Who narrowly avoided a shattering disaster.
Of course not. But Steven Moffat reportedly told people last night that it's official that the Doctor, that alien time traveler, can only change his shape a dozen times. With John Hurt added as a previously unknown incarnation, that makes Peter Capaldi the Last Doctor.
The gang behind the Sarah Jane Adventures are making another show aimed at little kids, and Wizards Vs. Aliens includes the most pleasingly silly aliens we've seen in quite some time. Meet the Nekross!
Russell T. Davies brought Doctor Who back from the dead — and now he's making genres collide. We couldn't possibly be more excited for RTD's new show Wizards Vs. Aliens, in which a boy wizard fights an alien invasion. And now, here's the first glimpse, which is wrapped in with some footage from another new British…
It sounds like Russell T. Davies still has plenty of genre television up his sleeve. Davies' agency has revealed that Davies is co-creating a children's series for the BBC's CBBC channel titled Aliens vs Wizards, which the BBC is describing as "Doctor Who meets Harry Potter." Joining him on this genre mashup is Doctor…
We already said goodbye to Elisabeth Sladen, one of Doctor Who's greatest stars, back in April. But with today's final episode of the Sarah Jane Adventures, we're having to say goodbye to Sarah Jane Smith, the character she played since 1973.
Next week is the series finale of the Sarah Jane Adventures, the slightly more kid-oriented Doctor Who spinoff starring the late Elisabeth Sladen. And we're going to remember lots of things about this show with great fondness — but most of all, we're going to remember that it was sometimes just as good as Doctor Who…
It's almost impossible to watch the final episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures without feeling overcome with sadness. Knowing that Elisabeth Sladen died soon after filming these episodes, and they're the last we'll ever see of her.
Elisabeth Sladen, who played Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who and two spin-off shows, has died, according to BBC News.
The Sarah Jane Adventures followed up its epic Doctor Who crossover with a surprisingly good story — especially the first half, in which everybody on Earth vanishes, except for three kids. It was the stuff of classic Who. Spoilers ahead.
Here's the Doctor Who-related moment that caused all the fuss a while back. In today's Sarah Jane Adventures, Clyde asks the Doctor how many times he can regenerate. The answer may surprise you. Spoilers ahead...
A source offers hints on Star Trek's next villain...and it won't be Khan. Find out what three genres The Flash movie will include. Cuarón's Gravity may be in trouble again. Plus Paul, X-Men: First Class, BSG, The Hobbit and Megamind.
Russell T. Davies' detractors should really be forced to watch the first half of "The Death of the Doctor," his new Doctor Who/Sarah Jane Adventures crossover. His full genius for character development and his love of the program shone through.
Caprica and Stargate Universe are both circling the drain, ratings-wise, but Syfy has already greenlit another Battlestar Galactica spinoff. Pointless TV spinoffs have a long history, littered with horrible failures. Here are the 9 most unnecessary science fiction TV spinoffs.
Doctor Who's most reliably awesome spin-off had almost everything this week: android versions of Agent Smith, silly UFO nuts, and alien genocide. Most of all, it had bad-ass Clyde Langer. Here are our five favorite moments. Spoilers ahead.