I don’t suppose you’ve seen anything weird around here? The Tardis family is back and so are some familiar foes, and a couple of A List guest stars (Stephen Fry; Sir Lenny Henry, C.B.E.). Word on the Internets is that the series premiere will air on January 1, 2020, with the second episode to be […]
I keep a mental short-list of Doctor Who episodes I would watch over and over again, and “Demons Of The Punjab” will be one of them. We spend more time with Yaz and learn more about her family, including her Nani Umbreen, whose birthday meal is underway at the beginning of the episode. It’s the […]
This series of Doctor Who has been nothing if not a long, strange trip. Based on my informal research – okay, hours logged onto Twitter – one thing is clear: you can actually smell what The Chibs is cookin’, or you want to dig out your eyes with tiny plastic forks. I’ve toughed it out […]
Having survived their encounter with Tzim’Sha – contender for leader of the alien Stenza race – in last week’s series opening episode, the intrepid quartet find themselves suspended in space until they are scooped up in pairs by Angstrom and Epzo, contestants in what has the potential to be a galactic, malevolent, fight to the […]
I went into yesterday’s premiere of Doctor Who with no preconceived notions, other than that I continue to believe that Peter Capaldi got the short end of the script stick and any attempts by the series’ own network to paint him as the reason for a progressive drop in viewership as grossly unfair. As for […]
Since the series reboot in 2005, we’ve had the RTD Era, the Moffat Era, and today we were given another look at the forthcoming Chibnall Era. The first reaction? No more stylized DW logo. There’s something non-European about it. Not Studio Ghibli, but something I cannot quite put my finger on. I feel like there […]
Hello fellow Whovians! This photo of Jodie Whittaker’s outfit was released this morning by BBC America. Scorn not its simplicity. And we like the ’70s throwback vibe to Mork and Mindy. What do you think? Comments are welcome!