Finally! We have a date to mark on our calendars for the return of Doctor Who! EW.com has revealed that Doctor Who will premiere on BBC America Saturday, April 23 at 9pm ET.
The two-part season opener has The Doctor, Amy and Rory on an adventure over here in the US, where they “find themselves on a secret summons that takes them on an adventure from the desert in Utah-right to the Oval Office in 1969” Also the two-part has as few guest stars in the form of Mark Sheppard who is playing Canton Everett Delaware III per IMDB, and of course Alex Kingston bring back River Song.
EW also says that the show had record ratings for BBC America and was at top seller on iTunes behind Mad Men and Glee. (I am one of those people, as I only jumped on Doctor Who after the last season aired, mostly thanks to the Nerdist)
Also, check out their first look at the new Doctor Who poster, can’t wait to see a larger version of that!!
The teaser trailer or sneak peek for the upcoming season of Doctor Who that aired after The Christmas Special has been released online by BBC America, and we learn one this above all others: Stetsons are cool.
The first half of the all new season comes Spring 2011
To continue with the injection of Doctor Who content into the realm of Geekasms!
One of my up and coming favorite blogs, BlogtorWho (@BlogtorWho onTwitter) has some new promo pictures from the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas Special! Click on the picture below for more promo shots and more Doctor Who goodness!
In honor of my new appreciation and love for Doctor Who, here is the just released trailer to the new Doctor Who Christmas Special!
Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol premieres Saturday, December 25, 9:00 pm ET on BBC AMERICA. If you can’t be at home watching, set your DVR people, because what’s better then some fresh Amy Pond on Christmas night?
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