This year, Doctor Who fans will have the shortest ever wait between the end of a season and the show’s now-traditional Christmas special—which is bringing Alex Kingston’s adventurer River Song back as a wildly divisive present under the tree. But she’s not the only thing making a return: The Doctor’s favorite toy is…
River Song has become a bit of a controversial figure on Doctor Who—even the fans who like her aren’t sure they want her to return to the show. But while River isn’t back on the TV show for now, she is making the leap to Doctor Who audio plays. And this time, she gets to have adventures with classic Doctors.
Remember this shot of a naked River Song from the Doctor Who season six trailers? We never actually saw it in the show, and it turns out the scene was too naughty to air, according to producer Steven Moffat.
Confused by how River Song's timeline interacts with the Doctor's? Someone has made a handy infographic showing one possible way that all of the events in their lives could match up, based on what we know so far.
We've seen Doctor Who's time-wimey take on "A Christmas Carol", and now it's time to look ahead to season six. Let's examine the new trailer and learn what's in store for the Doctor and his friends. Spoilers and speculation ahead!
The central enigma of Doctor Who's very first episode wasn't the Doctor himself — it was a 15-year-old girl. So Steven Moffat was returning the show to its roots when he introduced the mysterious River Song. Here's why she's awesome.
We've had a week to let David Tennant's departure sink in, and now it's full steam ahead, all systems go, and, well, GERONIMO for the Eleventh Doctor. So what clues does the fifth series trailer hold? Spoilers and speculation ahoy!
Matt Smith only just donned his heroic bow tie as the Doctor, and already the first spoilery set photos are materializing. Click through to find out who's turning up in one of the Eleventh Doctor's very first adventures. Major spoilers...
What's the best part about living in the distant future? There's so much more past for you to explore! We take a look at some of science fiction's most illustrious antiquarians.