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Neil Gaiman to Write New Doctor Who Episode

Monday, February 8th, 2010

There's been a rumor floating around for ages that award-winning author Neil Gaiman was going to be writing a new Doctor Who episode. The rumor has finally been confirmed, and it seems he will be writing an episode for Matt Smith's second series.

Neil has been a Doctor Who fan since he was three, and after many months of deliberately vague and noncommittal statements, finally revealed "it's quite possible that I might have written an episode. And if I had, it would originally have been called "The House of Nothing". But it definitely isn't called that any more."

Doctor Who Downloads – Classic Series Episodes on iTunes

Sunday, August 17th, 2008

It’s a great time to be a Doctor Who fan in the United States — for so many years it was next to impossible to see Doctor Who, and it was incredibly obscure outside of fan circles. These days, with the modern series airing on Sci Fi, BBC America, a few PBS stations, and even getting mentions in TV guide and other mainstream publications, it’s a different world from the long lonely days of the 90s.

third doctor Jon PertweeNow a new option is available for American Doctor Who fans who want to watch the show — the iTunes Store.

Doctor Who Producer Steven Moffat Wins Third Hugo With “Blink”

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

Steven Moffat, Writer & Producer for Doctor WhoIncoming Doctor Who producer Steven Moffat has been announced as the winner for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for the Series 3 episode “Blink”, according to the offical Hugo site.

This makes the third Hugo award Moffat has won in a row for Doctor Who episodes. His first award was for his 2005 two-parter “The Empty Child” & “The Doctor Dances”, his second was for the series two episode “The Girl In the Fireplace”.

The creepy episode featured the Weeping Angels, who threatened the life of Sally Sparrow and others in that year’s “Doctor-lite” episode which turned out to be one of the best of the series.