This week, we peek over the top of the couch (or possibly the hotel tub?) to see what the reactions are to a spider the size of a van in the fourth episode of Series 11.
Small decisions can change the course of history. With equal parts concern and anticipation, we sat down to watch Doctor Who this past weekend, and see what would happen when Rosa Parks was depicted in a British science fiction television series.
With sand in our shoes, and a swank pair of sunglasses on our faces, we tumble across the viewing landscape in pursuit of the second episode of Series 11.
This week, we finally drop from our levitation points above the couch to hug each other with adrenaline-fueled delight at the first full adventure of the Thirteenth Doctor and her friends in “The Woman Who Fell to Earth”.
With only days to go before Doctor Who returns, we pause in the eye of the storm, and speak our hearts directly to two most important recipients: to Jodie Whittaker herself; and to the viewer who will be finding the program for the first time this season.
This week, we process the statements by Chibnall and the BBC Worldwide informing us that Series 11 will have an entirely new roster of villains and dangers to be faced, and that the time-tested ranks of Daleks, Cybermen, Missy and the like will not be seen for some time.
With the possibility of seeing Series 11 even sooner than we had mentally prepared ourselves for, we take stock of what HAS been confirmed for the season to come on Doctor Who.
In the last of our panel sessions from (Re)Generation Who 4 in Baltimore, we discuss Chris Chibnall’s body of work to date, and what assumptions we can make (or hopes we can have) about what that CV will bring to the next season of Doctor Who.
This week, we bid a most emotional farewell to our Twelfth Doctor, and shout in triumphant welcome to our Thirteenth. Steven Moffat gives us his final television story, and more characters returning than you could have imagined, in “Twice Upon a Time”.