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Steven Moffat

  1. Showrunner Steven Moffat Explains Why There’s No Doctor Who Movie

    "Shut up."

    Doctor Who may be set to live on television for at least another five years, but showrunner Steven Moffat can't figure out how that would translate into a movie—whether he'd like that to happen or not.

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  2. Steven Moffat & the BBC Have Discussed Doctor Who’s Next Five Years

    "Everything has its time and everything dies."

    Did you think the BBC's revitalized Doctor Who would be ending anytime soon? Fear not!

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  3. Sorry, Fandoms: No Doctor Who And Sherlock Crossover

    Like "fetch," it just isn't happening.

    Expertly dashing the hopes of two Tumblr fandoms at the same time, Steven Moffat said a crossover movie between Doctor Who and Sherlock just isn't in the cards.

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  4. All TARDISes Must Fly: Maisie Williams to Guest Star on Doctor Who Season 9

    My Sigil is a Dalek.

    In a press release earlier today, the BBC announced that Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has "set foot on the Doctor Who TARDIS" (judging from that picture above, she felt right at home) to begin filming a guest role.

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  5. Steven Moffat Calls Sherlock Season 4 “Bloody Frightening,” Sherlock Fanfic “Creative & Exciting”

    Steven Moffat, teasing and cryptic? No! Never!

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  6. Steven Moffat Confirms Sherlock’s Return to Victorian London

    Because Benedict Cumberbatch only gets sexier the further back in time he goes.

    Deerstalker hat! Deerstalker hat! YAAAAAAY! Sherlock creator Steven Moffat has confirmed that the rumors are true. The Sherlock special that has recently filmed will take place entirely in Victorian London.

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  7. Missy Is Officially Coming Back to Doctor Who Next Season!

    Did you... miss her? (Sorry.)

    I'd say "spoilers," but come on.

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  8. Current and Former Doctor Who Showrunners Have Argument About Whether Queen Elizabeth is a Virgin

    Boys, put them away.

    Fans of Doctor Who pit Russell T. Davies and Steven Moffat against one another quite often, but this is the first we're seeing of the two pitting themselves against each other. It's like Day of the Doctor but nobody has any fun catchphrases.

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  9. Russell T. Davies on the Reality of Him Returning to Doctor Who For the 10th “Nu Who” Anniversary

    I never actually liked the term "Nu Who."

    Russell T. Davies stepped down as showrunner for Doctor Who five years after ushering the series back into the public consciousness in 2005. And hey, someone realized 2015 is the 10th anniversary of that relaunch so why don't we see what he has to say about that...

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  10. The Mary Sue’s Worst Moments in Female Fandom in 2014

    On the upside, we got to snark a lot. On the downside... everything.

    We try to see the positive in all situations around here at TMS, but occasionally, some things happen in fandom that we just have to call out. 2014 had a series of moments in which it didn't feel super-awesome to be a female fan of things like comics, cosplay, and video games, so let's take a look at the whole horrible list.

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  11. Jenna Coleman & Steven Moffat Discuss Post-Christmas Doctor Who Clara Decision

    If you watched Doctor Who's 214 Christmas special, you already know the answer to the looming question - Is Jenna Coleman returning for Season 9? But now you can hear what she and showrunner Steven Moffat had to say about it.

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  12. [UPDATED] Steven Moffat Says Women Usually Just Don’t Want to Write for Doctor Who

    Says he expects more lady writers once the fans grow up. *Checks calendar.* Yup, I'm still a 28-year-old female Doctor Who fan.

    At this point Steven Moffat has become so used to fielding questions about the paucity of women in the production of Doctor Who that he's starting to offer original speculation on why.

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  13. Moffat Says Worst Episode Of Season 8 Is Actually “Beautiful” Because He “Checked With The Scientists”

    I just.

    Did you strongly dislike any episodes of Doctor Who season eight? If you did, you're probably wrong, and future generations will prove it to you—at least according to showrunner and writer Steven Moffat.

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  14. Mad With Power, Moffat Names Two Doctor Who Characters He’d Bring Back If He Felt Like It

    He's got folders full of characters he could bring back!

    Whatever! You don't know Steven Moffat! He can do what he wants! All of time and space... are his to control!

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  15. Moffat Says Female Doctor & Writers Could Happen, He Has A “Folder of Women”

    One step forward, two steps back, Moff.

    Speaking, for reasons unknown, at the Sky Women in Television and Film Awards, Steven Moffat confirmed that one day the Doctor will be a woman—but it won't be any time soon.

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  16. The Doctor and Santa Have a History and “Beef” in The Doctor Who Christmas Special

    Of course they're acquainted. How else could Santa get to all the kids in one night?

    Guest star Nick Frost and showrunner Steven Moffat have some things to say about Santa's tenuous relationship with the Doctor in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special. But where's the beef?

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  17. Baby Steps, Yay! Doctor Who Hires First Female Writer Since 2008

    Pray her involvement be bigger on the inside than it seems on the outside.

    Doctor Who's history is marked by a staggering gender imbalance. Out of the 91 writers who have lent their voice to the series over the years, a mere 4 have been women--but it seems the ninth season will see a slight improvement. From Gaiman's mouth to Moffat's ears, I guess?

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  18. Jenna Coleman Still Not Confirmed for Next Season of Doctor Who

    Huh.

    But Peter Capaldi is confirmed to play the Doctor in the show's ninth season. Hmmmmm. Curiouser and curiouser.

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  19. The BBC is Very Happy About Doctor Who Season 8 Ratings But Capaldi Would Like a New TARDIS Please and Thank You

    Can it be this TARDIS? Please?

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  20. Peter Capaldi Saved Doctor Who By “Making It New Again,” Says Steven Moffat

    Geronimo, I guess?

    Plus, he also has some interesting excuses for why the ratings this season might have dipped in comparison to past years.

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