Planet Gallifrey: January 2011

Thursday, January 27

The Parting of the NTAs

It wasn't a particularly good night for Doctor Who at the NTAs, where it lost both categories. Moffat's Sherlock also lost in both categories. Some say it's because of the quality of the show, some say it's due to a lack of interest. What do you think?

We did, however, get this little gem:



Dermot for the next companion?



Naaah...

Wednesday, January 26

Tidbits

 
Billie wants The X Factor
Doctor Who alum, Billie Piper has revealed that she wouldn't be that annoyed if she bagged a spot on the judging panel of the hit ITV show. “I would love that more than anything! There are two things I fantasise about – being BeyoncĂ© and being a judge on The X Factor."
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Benedick n' Beatrice predicted sell-out
According to a ticket selling website, Much Ado About Nothing, starring ex-Doctor-and-Donna, David Tennant and Catherine Tate is expected to sell-out. Much Ado will be at Wyndam's Theatre from June to September.
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Russell T excited about Torchwood 4
"The budget's bigger than before and there's going to be a lot of surprises in store," he said. "One thing I've quite enjoyed is the little jokes in the show about Brits feeling lost in America, and Americans not knowing where Wales is."

Saturday, January 8

More Torchwood details revealed

The BBC have revealed that Torchwood will be called 'Miracle Day' instead of the previous title, 'The New World.'

The series will be centred around a global problem where nobody is able to die.

"One day, nobody dies. All across the world, nobody dies. And then the next day, and the next, and the next. People keep aging - they get hurt and sick - but they never die. The result: a population boom, overnight. With all the extra people, resources are finite. It's said that in four months' time, the human race will cease to be viable. But this can't be a natural event - someone's got to be behind it."

The series will air on July 1st 2011. 

Friday, January 7

Torchwood details confirmed

Torchwood: The New World is will begin on July 1 2011 on BBC One (9pm) and Starz, it has been confirmed.

Returning to the show are John Barrowman and Eve Myles, alongside Kai Owen. New cast additions include Mekhi Phifer as CIA man Rex Mathieson, Arlene Tur as surgeon Vera Juarez and Bill Pullman as a paedophile / murderer.

The series will run for 10 episodes.

Wednesday, January 5

Wedding bells for Tennant and Moffet?

Doctor Who alumni David Tennant has reportedly proposed to his long-time girlfriend, Georgia Moffet.

Moffet, daughter of Fifth Doctor Peter Davison, starred alongside Tennant in the 2008 episode The Doctor's Daughter... as the Doctor's daughter.

They reportedly plan to tie the knot on New Year's Day 2012.

Saturday, January 1

Series 6 - BBC America trailer

Here is the specially-filmed trailer for BBC America!