It’s almost time (in the U.K. that is) for the newest episode of Doctor Who, and I’ll be live-blogging my reactions to the episode.
In: Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: Doctor Who, Jenna Coleman, Peter Capaldi, Series 8
Ever since it was announced that Peter Capaldi would be playing the newest incarnation of the lead character in the long-running British series Doctor Who, I’ve been excited to see exactly what direction the show would be going. After all, like many folks, I was first introduced to Capaldi as an actor through his work […]
In: Podcasts, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi, Series 8, The Thick of It
With Boxing Day having come to a close, it’s time to sit down and have a spoiler-filled discussion about the Christmas special episode of “Doctor Who”, now available to purchase on iTunes.
In: Reviews, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: Christmas Special, Doctor Who, Eleventh Doctor, Jenna Coleman, matt smith, Peter Capaldi, Twelfth Doctor
Want to get excited about a new thing, but aren’t completely up to date on the fandom and don’t mind spoilers? We here at Geeking Out About are happy to help provide you with everything you need in order to stay current with your geeky passions in our new column, “Pop Culture Catch-Up.” “The Day […]
In: Reviews, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: anniversary specials, billie piper, david tennant, Doctor Who, Eleventh Doctor, Jenna Coleman, john hurt, matt smith, Paul McGann, Steven Moffat, Tenth Doctor, War Doctor
It’s been a great year for fans of Doctor Who (aka Whovians) as the series approaches its special 50th anniversary episode. After Peter Capaldi (“The Thick of It,” In the Loop) was revealed as the newest incarnation of the Doctor and the announcement that the anniversary episode would be simulcast in theaters and select television […]
In: Around the Intertubes, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: anniversary specials, Doctor Who, what did I just watch?
It’s really too far out at this point for this kind of drama, but apparently this is a big enough movie that it’s already courting a little. As reported over at The Playlist, Doctor Who Executive Producer Steven Moffat takes issue with David Yate’s statements that they’ll be putting the tv show “aside and start(ing) […]
In: Movies, News, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: David Yates, Doctor Who, Steven Moffat
I’m reasonably sure that I don’t have to tell you who David Yates is. He has directed a fair few of the biggest movies of all time by finishing up the Harry Potter series for us. However, speculation has abounded as to what he’s going to do now that the Boy Who Lived has grown […]
In: Eyes and Ears, Movies, News, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: David Yates, Doctor Who
Written by Steven Moffat, Neil Gaiman, Matthew Graham, et al. Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill At the mid-series hiatus, I did a quick run-down of the most recent series of Doctor Who so far (note the new numbering system, Doctornumber-decimal-Doctornumberseries, which I’m finding handier and handier as time goes on). When it […]
In: Columns, Television: British and Canadian · Tagged with: alex kingston, Amy Pond, Arthur Darvill, Doctor Who, Karen Gillan, matt smith, mindscrew, mindscrewdriver, River Song, Roricus Pondicus, the moff
Five simple steps to becoming a “Doctor Who” fandom legend: 1. Make a construction paper bow tie. 2. Make a solo a capella version of the theme tune using show catch phrases. 3. Get retweeted by The Moff. 4. ?????? 5. Profit! Congrats on your Internet fame, Dan Rider!
In: Around the Intertubes · Tagged with: Doctor Who, i love my fandom, the moff
Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill Written by Steven Moffat et al It’s been a roller-coaster year for Doctor Who so far. The move to divide the series into two parts left a lot of people wondering if it was for plot reasons, actor convenience, or if it was an opening for the […]