If you aren’t waiting in high anticipation, than perhaps a 11 minute preview of the new Starz incarnation of Torchwood: Miracle Day might help!
Coming soon to a terminal near you, the voice of Eliza Dushku staring along side other Torchwood veterans, in a 10×3 webisode tie in to the Torchwood: Miracle Day series, coming in July.
You can’t have a Doctor Who season without one of two things, Daleks and Cybermen…now when you have them battle each other you’ve even got ME (someone who has watched a handful of episodes) interested. Unfortunately we’ll only be getting the Cybermen in an upcoming episode.
Up until this point, all we have been able to see are teasers for Torchwood: Miracle Day, the new Starz Torchwood incarnation. Until now.
A solar tsunami causes the Doctor to land at a factory where the few workers deal with acid leaks using doppelgangers. Will contain spoilers, sweetie.
The Doctor receives a distress call from another Timelord, despite them all being dead. The gang goes off to investigate and find all is not what it seems. Will contain spoilers, sweetie.
This week’s episode of Doctor Who sees the Doctor, Amy and Rory land inside a pirate ship. This isn’t any normal pirate ship though, as its crew are one by one being picked off by “The Curse Of The Black Spot”. May contain some spoilers, sweetie.
The conclusion to The Impossible Astronaut, where The Doctor and crew have to save the world from an occupation that’s lasted thousands of years. May contain some spoilers, sweetie.
Imagine if today, no one in the world died. Imagine if tomorrow, no one in the world died. And the next day, and the next.
Doctor Who is one of those things that feels like it should be a guilty pleasure to me. It’s sci-fi at its silliest, primarily aimed at children and contains more cheese than one of Wallace and Gromit’s cupboards. But no, for me and many other geeks, it’s not a guilty pleasure because it’s a genuinely […]
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httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrPpbpFnLu8 A man walks into a bar and trips over the string theory. I don’t have a good punchline for that joke, but that’s pretty much Bar Karma, the world’s first crowdsourced TV show.
Jamie Gibson takes a look at the first episode of the Doctor Who Adventure Games