Monday, March 28, 2011

Look Behind You

As we get closer to the beginning of Season 6 (or 33 if you go back all the way to the classic Who) of Doctor Who, more and more material is coming out in regards to the show.

Recently, the BBC released a 1:48 web exclusive prequel written by Stephen Moffat and set in the Oval Office to set the tone for the upcoming season, and specifically the two part opening episodes, The Impossible Astronaut and Day of the Moon.

These episodes will be set in (and for the first time ever for Doctor Who) shot in the United States.

Another big announcement that happened recently was that the BBC let slip the title for the Neil Gaiman (he of Stardust, Coraline, and Sandman fame) penned episode of this season of Doctor Who, which will be the fourth to air.  And that title is...


The Doctor's Wife

Which brings up all sorts of possibilities.

Until Next Time, we are getting closer and closer to April 23 and the new season of Doctor Who.  Remember to join in the conversation here if you are a fan of the show as after each episode we will dive in to the adventures of the last Time Lord.

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