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The cast and producers of the fan-favorite BBC America series paid a visit to Comic-Con International and to an appreciative Clone Club.
The latest season of "Doctor Who" -- the first starring Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor -- is set to debut in August.
Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt are together for the first time in new images from November's "Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor" 50th anniversary special.
With the announcement that Matt Smith will exit "Doctor Who" following the Christmas special, speculation turns to who should succeed him as the Twelfth Doctor, who what kind of Time Lord he (or she) might be.
With the return of "Doctor Who" on Saturday for the second half of Season 7, Spinoff looks at where we left the series in December and what we should look for in these next eight episodes. (Hint: Neil Gaiman's Cybermen!)
BBC and BBC America have released the trailer and first photos from the Doctor Who Christmas special, which introduces fans to Jenna-Louise Coleman as the Time Lord’s new companion (whom they already sort of met).
At Friday night’s panel, the cast and creator of BBC America’s "Being Human" discussed the origins and the appeal of the supernatural drama, the upcoming U.S. remake, and the darker tone of the season two.
John Barrowman has teamed with artist Tommy Lee Edwards to create an exclusive story debuting in the first issue of Titan Publishing's new "Torchwood" comic based on the hit BBC America sci-fi series.
BBC America held a celebration and special screening for the new season of "Doctor Who" in New York City, and CBR News was in attendance - along with throngs of fans, young and old and the new Doctor, Matt Smith.
CBR brings you a roundtable discussion with “Doctor Who” star David Tennant and producer Julie Gardner, which took place at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Find out what the Doctor had to say about his final episodes.
CBR brings you a roundtable interview session with two of the men behind “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood,” director Euros Lyn and writer-producer Russell T. Davies.
BBC America hosted an extended panel at Comic-Con International, bringing one of its newest shows, “Being Human,” and it’s biggest hit, “Torchwood” to the stage for a panel of news and laughs.
The Nerdy Bird partied too hard her last night in San Diego and spent her last day at Comic-Con with the BBC. Miraculously, she’s made it out alive. Check out her final thoughts on her first ever CCI in her convention wrap-up!