Is There a Better Individual Season of Doctor Who Than Tom Baker's Debut? 

It feels like it’s been approximately 300 years since Doctor Who was last on the air, which has got me thinking about the classic show while waiting for the arrival of Jodie Whittaker’s new Doctor. And between Twitch’s ongoing marathon and its impending arrival on Blu-ray, I’ve been thinking: Tom Baker’s first season…

The Best Stories to Watch During Twitch's Absurdly Ginormous Classic Doctor Who Marathon

Today, Twitch begins a seven-week endurance run/celebration of all things old-school Doctor Who, live streaming over 500 episodes worth of adventures in Time and Space. Unless you happen to have seven weeks of free time starting imminently (in which case, I envy you), you likely can’t sit down and watch all of it. So…

Read this Scathing 1988 Viewer Reaction to Doctor Who and Try Not to Feel Sad for Sylvester McCoy

Sylvester McCoy’s era on Doctor Who has always gotten a bit of a bad rap. After all, it’s the period of the show that eventually saw Doctor Who go on hiatus for decades. With the gift of hindsight, it’s easy to see the good and fascinating things this era of the show did, but apparently audiences at the time really, …

Christopher Eccleston Has Finally Revealed What Led to His Doctor Who Exit

It’s been nearly 13 years since Doctor Who returned from cancellation, which means it’s also been nearly 13 years since Christopher Eccleston made his shock exit as the Ninth Doctor. In the years since Eccleston has kept mostly quiet about why he left the show after just one season, but he’s now revealed the full…

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David Tennant Promises the Good Omens Show Is 'Faithful' to the Book

Adaptations can be a tricky thing—especially when the source material you’re working with is something like Good Omens. For anyone worried we’d be seeing a complete 180-degree turn from Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s vision, David Tennant is here to put your mind at ease. The apocalypse is still pretty funny.

One of Doctor Who's Most Underrated Doctors Is Getting His Own Comic 

The Seventh Doctor has always had a bit of a bad rap. As the incumbent Doctor for the end of the “Classic” era of Doctor Who, much is put upon Sylvester McCoy’s Time Lord that is a bit undeserved. The Seventh Doctor has had a long life in audio dramas and novels since then, but now he’s also getting his own comic too.