What’s so peculiarly appealing about watching ducks go on adventures? Audiences and readers have been into it for over seventy years now and Disney’s just released the newest iteration, a reboot of Duck Tales which premièred recently. I finally got around to watching the pilot because Disney, a surprisingly YouTube…
Multiple sources are now reporting that iconic UK TV series The Crystal Maze will be returning this year in a one-off special that is likely to act as a backdoor pilot for a full series.
I’m not normally a fan of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, but this segment where David Tennant is called upon to read Scottish tweets in response to Donald Trump’s remarkably misinformed gaffe regarding the Brexit vote is pure gold. Even if he can’t use his magical Time Lord powers to save the economy, at least we got…
Apparently former Doctor Who and Purple Man David Tennant frequently wears a hoodie because it makes people stay away. It seems they think he might want to murder them, but despite that he never got a part in Taggart. That’s just one of a selection of facts Radio 4 have assembled ahead of a production of John Osborne’s…
Born in 1971. Third Doctor this week. That’s a weird coincidence.
The week between Christmas and New Years is a time of weird, unspoken traditions: returning unwanted gifts, throwing out near-dead trees, stockpiling eggnog before it vanishes for another year. And for some of us, it's a time to go on the internet debate the quality of the latest yuletide adventure of that charming…
Chris Chibnall, producer of the American series Gracepoint, posted this photo from the set of the Fox miniseries featuring David Tennant as the lead investigator in a homicide.
I'm attending once again, and I've put my costume together.
Speaking at the Hays Literary festival over the weekend, Steven Moffat has revealed that BBC executives were considering axing Doctor Who all together when both Russell T Davies and David Tennant departed the show.
Benedict Cumberbatch and David Tennant are doing adaptation of Mansfield Park together! (ETA: Apparently this was in 2003.)
I came home to find this waiting in the mail for me:
The Royal Shakespeare Company has taken to Buzzfeed of all places to remind people that some of the finest actors of today started their careers on the stage in RSC productions. Included are some of the RSC archive's own pictures of past productions, such as this majestic as hell picture of Ian McKellen as Romeo,…
As we gear up for the end of Matt Smith's run on Doctor Who, and prepare for the passing of the TARDIS torch to Mr. Peter Capaldi, I wonder: who are your fave Doctors? I'm going to list all of them in the order I like them, but you could just pick your top 3 or something:
1.) Peter Davidson
2.) Sylvester McCoy
There's a popular joke I've seen floating around on Tumblr for a while now. It goes like this:
Bruce Campbell was on top of his insult-comic game at Wizard World Austin Comic Con, and the Doctor was on his hit list.
Tennant looks horrible with long hair (real or not).
Where else are you going to see Sherlock, a past Doctor, a future Doctor, Bronn and Liz 10 in one trailer? Only on BBC One.
YouGov, one of the leading opinion poll agencies in the UK - and frequently used in the media for their statistics on political polling - has turned their eye to Doctor Who this week, weaving their statistical magic to confirm what many thought was the case anyway: The people are still ga-ga for the Tenth Doctor!
He is brilliant! This whole episode is fantastic. I decided to cleanse my pallet last night after the mediocre portrayal of The Governor on Walking Dead (again, I blame the writing and directing more-so than the acting on his part).
I don't think there ever really was a DVD 'oops we pre-shipped" thing... but still, thanks for this bit, Mr. Moffat!