Wednesday, September 8, 2010

A Two-Part Series for Doctor Who Next Year!

According to an article in The Guardian, Doctor Who head writer Steven Moffat announced in a video-recorded interview, which also included series co-star Karen Gillan, that the next season would be divided into two halves, to be treated as separate.

"I kept referring to a mid-season finale. So we are going to make it two series – seven episodes at Easter building to an earth-shattering climax, a cliffhanger we could never normally do because it would be too long before it came back. An enormous game-changing cliffhanger that will change everything.
"The wrong expression would be to say we are splitting it in two. We are making it two separate series.
"What I love about this idea is that when kids see Doctor Who go off the air, they will be noticeably taller when it comes back. It's an age for children. With an Easter series, an autumn series and a Christmas special, you are never going to be more than few months from the new series of Doctor Who.

This is certainly an interesting development, to put it mildly.

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