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What Doctor Who Needs to Bring in Season 13 to Save Itself.
To say Doctor Who has always been a hit with its own fanbase is difficult to say. This comes down to how a character travelling through space and time is bound to have episodes that resonate more with fans, than others they do not. It is a tricky thing to pull-off, especially when historical figures are involved. Often the show knocks it out of the park with these depictions, other times it knocks it into audiences heads and starts a fit of rage from within. The latest series of the show is a prime example of this, with some aspects fans loving and others them wishing the writers had not tried. It is perhaps a time where the fanbase in completely divided. So to save the Time Lord from falling into a time crack to cancellation, here is what the writers need to do to save themselves.
Richard Hatch Turned One Season of 'Battlestar Galactica' into a Lifetime
Photo by Gage Skidmore In 1978, Battlestar Galactica ran one season and 26 episodes. While quickly fading into oblivion off all the publicity it received as a Star Wars rip off, core fans never forgot it, and the show’s star made its resurrection almost a life’s pursuit. But before Richard Hatch became ensnared in Galactica’s mythology, he was a down to earth Classic TV actor who first received name recognition by replacing Michael Douglas in the Streets of San Francisco.
'The Timeless Children' Has Opened Up the Opportunity for a Gallifrey Spin-Off
Doctor Who Series 12 was filled with many shocks, surprises and twists, leaving fans with plenty of content and information to pull apart and speculate on as we await the upcoming festive special and new series. If you are yet to watch the twelfth series of the hit BBC series, read at your own risk.
5 Ways The Evangelionverse is More Advanced than Ours
The lore of Evangelion might already crazy with its post-apocalyptic setting, giant robots (that are not actual robots), and various Judeo-Christian reference, but there’s more than meets the eye in Tokyo-3. Elements in the backstory and the main story itself tell hints about the world
After a 15-Year Absence, Christopher Eccleston Returns to 'Doctor Who' in 'The Ninth Doctor Adventures' Audio Series
When Doctor Who returned as an ongoing TV series in 2005, fans old and new were introduced to the Ninth Doctor, portrayed by Christopher Eccleston. He played an incarnation of The Doctor who is haunted by the results of the Time War, a Doctor who feels alone in the universe with his homeworld Gallifrey gone. Though Eccleston only had one 13-episode series as The Doctor, he became a favorite among some fans who have been clamoring for his return to the franchise.
My Review of "Star Trek: Picard Season 1"
Star Trek: Picard was actually really unexpected. I have never been a big Star Trek fanatic but I have watched episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Unfortunately I did not watch some of the movies that came out after the TV series ended. Still I know the premise and some of the backstory of some of the characters.
The Quantum Physics of Devs
*WARNING: Spoilers ahead* Devs involves a Quantum Computing company called Amaya. "Devs" is Amaya's top-secret development project researching determinism and takes technological possibilities to a whole new level. The show follows Software Engineer Lily Chan (Sonoya Mizuno) who believes her employer is responsible for the disappearance of her boyfriend and co-worker, Sergei (Karl Glusman).
New Amazon Series by Creator Greg Daniels Resemble Life Today
Over the past two days I found a treasure! I watched one of the most exciting, innovating and so relatable in these times series - Amazon Prime's Original Series - Upload. If you haven’t watched the series yet, I recommend you head to Amazon Prime and you do so fast!
Doctor Who: the problem with 'The Timeless Child'
The Timeless Child retcon presents a problem for the long running British institution that is Doctor Who. I recognise that this isn’t exactly a hot take; the finale of Jodie Whitaker’s second season as The Doctor aired well over a month ago. However, I wasn’t on Vocal back then, so what are you going to do about it? Also, now that everyone has had their chance to watch it, you can’t complain about the massive spoilers I’ll be hurling about with almost spiteful abandon; you’ve been warned.
Composer Murray Gold Confirms 'Doctor Who' Series 10 Soundtrack IS On its Way
Doctor Who is notable for a number of things. The adventures through time and space, the police box shaped TARDIS, and of course, that epic theme tune. Over the years, we’ve been taken to many planets, seen new worlds, met new people, laughed, cried been shocked.
Doctor Who: Is The Doctor Inside a Parallel World - Theories & Evidence
Whilst Doctor Who has never been shy of controversy and ever-expanding plots which baffle even the most loyal of viewers, a lot of fans have been taking to the internet recently to express one core theory they feel explains what has been a rather ambitious couple of series. With Jodie Whitakers first full-length episode debuting in 2018, fans were quite excited to see the actress bring the character into a new age, but things for the Doctor were a little bit different. Hurtling to Earth at an unfathomable speed as she watches the TARDIS burn up above her, the Doctor's crash-landing into the train below left many fans immediately gripped, and in some ways, immediately sidetracked from the core question: Why did the TARDIS crash and burn?
BIG FINISH: Class Returns - with some new faces!
The series created by novelist and screenwriter Patrick Ness Class was short lived, but clearly left an impact on its fan base that's still going strong. The Doctor Who YA spinoff centred on The sixth formers of Coal Hill Academy all have their own secrets and desires. They have to deal with the stresses of everyday life including friends, parents, school work, sex, and sorrow, but also the horrors that come from time travel.