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Things We Saw Today: Doctor Who Showrunner Steven Moffatt on Why He Never Cast a Woman as the Doctor

"This isn’t a show exclusively for progressive liberals."

Departing "Doctor Who" showrunner Steven Moffatt doesn't always choose the best words, and this time he probably should have kept them to himself.

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Whovians, Here’s What Jodie Whittaker’s 13th Doctor Will Really Look Like

We got a brief glimpse of Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor way back when the news first broke, but she was mostly obscured by a (admittedly awesome) coat/hoodie combo, but her actual look as the 13th Doctor is so much more.

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Meet the New Doctor Who Cast for Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor

The Doctor's new friends include Bradley Walsh as Graham, Tosin Cole as Ryan, Mandip Gill as Yasmin, and Sharon D. Clarke.

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Has Doctor Who‘s Next Companion Been Revealed?

New. Doctor Who. Companion. Now, this news is coming from the UK's Mirror, and it hasn't yet been confirmed by the BBC, so this is all firmly in Rumor Territory. Whew! Now that that's out of the way, let's freak out about it and speculate!

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Things We Saw Today: The Lego Batman Theme Song Is “Gaston” for Pop-Punk Gym Rats

Warner Brothers has posted the theme song from The Lego Batman Movie, and it is pleasingly ludicrous, with lines like "Who can chokehold a bear? (BATMAN!)", "Who does the sickest backflips? (BATMAN!)" and "Who always pays their taxes? (BATMAN!)"

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It’s Official: The Next Series of Doctor Who Will Be the Last For Peter Capaldi

It's easy to be ambivalent about Doctor Who news these days, as the show seems to happen so infrequently it almost dares you to stop caring. However, when I stop and think about Peter Capaldi's run as a whole, I really, really enjoyed both his take on the Doctor as well as many of his stories. Sadly, Capaldi officially announced that the upcoming series of Doctor Who will be his last.

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Peter Capaldi Doesn’t Know if He Should Stay or if He Should Go Away From Doctor Who

It seems Peter Capaldi, who plays the 12th iteration of the twin-hearted Time Lord, hasn't made up his mind quite yet about whether he wants to stay on as the Doctor or not. Gasp.

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Peter Capaldi May Stay After Steven Moffat Leaves Doctor Who

Or, he may not.

There have been rumors right and left as to whether or not Peter Capaldi will remain the Doctor after Steven Moffat leaves Doctor Who in 2018.

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David Tennant Dropped A Doctor Who Easter Egg In Gracepoint That Will Make You Cry

It's raining on my face oh gosh

Gracepoint creator (and Who writer) Chris Chibnall tweeted a photo of star David Tennant's original props from set - and we weren't prepared for the feels involved.

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Breaking Bad Actress Lands Lead In The Broadchurch Remake While The Show Gets Renamed For U.S. Viewers

Good News Everyone!

Not too long ago we learned David Tennant will be reprising his role as Detective Inspector Alec Hardy in Fox's Broadchurch remake (he'll also be playing an American). Now two more have been added to the cast, including Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn. While I'm not kean on Tennant playing an American in this remake, it seems to make sense considering the show's location. And that also means a name change for the series.

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BBC Writer Explains How Torchwood Lost It With Miracle Day

meh

Your mileage may vary but I really hated Torchwood: Miracle Day. It took what was once a really unique sci-fi show with interesting characters and turned it into a bland U.S. extension with awful character development. If you found yourself thinking the same, you're not alone. Doctor Who and Torchwood writer Chris Chibnall thinks he knows why it didn't work.

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BBC America Acquires the Rights to Broadchurch, Starring Ten and Rory Williams. I Mean David Tennant and Arthur Darvill. Sorry.

Hello Sweetie

If you live in the UK you already knew you'd get the chance to see Broadchurch, a miniseries about "the events and investigation that unfold in a small coastal town after the murder of a young boy," a bit later this year. And now we've found out that it's been picked up by BBC America to air in the States as well. Why is that news relevant to our American readers? Only because Doctor Who's David Tennant and Arthur Darvill are both in it. We thought you'd like to know.

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