Answering incredibly nerdy questions that never really needed to be answered is pretty much Steven Moffat’s Whovian raison d’être. But with the writer now having left the show, he’s not going to get the option to do that in an official capacity for a while... that is, outside of a new Doctor Who novelization.
Doctor Who fans who grew up in the classic era of the show are more than familiar with the nostalgic legacy of the Target (no relation to the retail store) novelizations—in an era before repeats and home releases, they were often your only chance to re-experience an episode. These days episode novelizations are no…
Steven Moffat has made it clear that the version of “The Day of the Doctor” that made it onto screens for Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary celebration was far from the first iteration. An early draft, which reunited the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors with the Ninth incarnation, was scrapped when Christopher Eccleston…
Steven Moffat has long made it known what an insanely stressful time the creation of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary special was—an event almost so disastrous it nearly didn’t have the Doctor in it at all. But at long last, Moffat has revealed what story he would’ve had to use for the potential reality of “The Day of…
Steven Moffat’s tenure with BBC’s intrepid regenerating Time Lord is coming to a close, and he’s making a very bold assertion as to the Doctor’s quality and cultural impact. He’s saying it’s better than The Wire, people.
We’re getting closer and closer to Christmas—which means the twilight of the Twelfth Doctor is nearly upon us. The latest look at Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who swansong might go a little farther than you’d expect in revealing what’s in store for not one Doctor, but two.
This Christmas, Doctor Who will undergo one of the biggest transformations in its 54-year history: for the first time, the Doctor will regenerate into a woman. But outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat has decided now, three weeks before he’s effectively done with the series, is the best time to put his foot in his mouth…
It has vexed fans for years that some people call the main character of Doctor Who “Doctor Who” instead of just “The Doctor.” Well, departing showrunner Steven Moffat has some good news for the side which has insisted for years that either name is correct.
The BBC is in the very early stages of bringing a live-action Dracula series based on Bram Stoker’s novel to television with the help of Sherlock co-creators and producers Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss.
It looks like the new Doctor has been cast. After accepting an award at the British LGBT Awards, former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies told Guys Like U that the next season already has its next Doctor. Davies was responding to a question about whether the new lead should be a woman, a question posed to current…
The tenth—and Peter Capaldi’s final—season of Doctor Who begins next weekend, and despite a couple of trailers and an introduction to the new companion, we don’t actually know all that much about it. Outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat is more than happy to oblige with a few new details however.
Today is Red Nose Day in the UK, an annual charity telethon organized by Comic Relief. Part of Red Nose Day is always a number of sketches and shorts from various TV shows. One of the most famous also happens to be Steven Moffat’s very first filmed Doctor Who story: “The Curse of Fatal Death.”
A brand new trailer for Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat’s last season of Doctor Who has dropped and it has so much in it. Although the cast does helpfully name most of the things you’re seeing.
The latest teaser for Doctor Who’s 10th season gives us an inside look at Bill, the Doctor’s latest companion. She knows he’s “the most dangerous man in the universe” and it could result in her demise, but she’s cool with it because fun times. It’s probably a good thing, because they might be hitting a hard restart on…
Earlier this week, Peter Capaldi confirmed that he would be departing Doctor Who at the end of 2017—and instantaneously, media outlets across the world began pondering just who will step in the TARDIS next. But if you’re excited to hear about a Post-Moffat, Post-Capaldi Who right now... you’re gonna have to wait.
Steven Moffat says that great villains lose their impact if they show up again and again. He’s speaking specifically about Moriarty and Sherlock Holmes—and references Batman and the Joker—but the broader point stands.
As was just revealed at the Doctor Who panel at New York Comic Con, in addition to the Doctor and Matt Lucas’ character Nardole, the Christmas special, “Return of Doctor Mysterio,” also features Justin Chatwin (Orphan Black) as a literal superhero.
Oh dear. For years since Torchwood came to a close with Miracle Day, John Barrowman has been a diehard advocate of bringing the Doctor Who spinoff back—but his latest statements about the show have landed him in some hot water with outgoing Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat.
Steven Moffat will be stepping down as Doctor Who’s showrunner after six seasons, reports the Radio Times. The only episode of Doctor Who left for 2016 will be a Christmas Special, with Moffat’s final season airing in 2017.
Last Friday’s Doctor Who Christmas special was a fascinating look at the contradictions of River Song. But it also gave her some much-needed closure, and her pairing with Peter Capaldi finally made the Doctor’s relationship with River feel like it had some weight.