While the 13th Doctor did not make it to Comic-Con, Peter Capaldi got a big sendoff before a packed Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con
HIstory was made when Jodie Whittaker was chosen as the 13th Doctor, and the first female to take the role. However, the speculation of a woman flying the TARDIS has been going on for decades.
What results in the Doctor Who season finale is a touching end to the finest season in years.
Can Doctor Who and his two expendables save a space station from a black hole? That’s nothing compared to the two shocks fans got in this week’s episode.
How did British soldiers wind up on Mars in 1881? Apparently, it was thanks to a stranded Ice Warrior and an enterprising soldier. It leads to a tense battle that the Doctor tries to diffuse.
The Monks are the best things that ever happened to the Earth. At least that’s what the Doctor has been saying. Bill tries to find him and Nardole to free the Earth. It leads to two surprising moments, one that may play a big part in a few weeks.
The Doctor is asked by the Pope to translate an ancient book that has a story that has driven others to suicide….
or is it all just fake? Also, we find out for sure who’s in the vault.
Hi guys — I’m back. Don’t worry I wasn’t held in captivity by Edward Nygma for the past 4 months, just been super busy! I’ve missed reviewing 6 episodes but to recap them quickly I can just use the Gotham Season 2 back-half tagline: “Wrath of the Villains.” Mostly I can say that these last 6 episodes were a blessing because we had no ridiculous Theo Galavan (James Frain).
This episode really was “A Bitter Pill to Swallow” because it was filled with such unnecessary violence, murder, and grit. I’m guessing Gotham is going for the “gritty, dark” type of show, despite every other inclination that it is anything but that.
Both the Doctor and Clara get a better idea on what it means to be a Dalek in this weekend’s episode. The Doctor is even tempted to help Davros, but that backfires—on both of them.