Stephen Moffat


The Tardis will soon be landing in Utah. And no, we’re not talking about an American version of Doctor Who going into production. As you well know, that would be complete bollocks. This is the quirky Brit version of The Doctor, currently being personified through the very talented Matt Smith, coming to the United States to shoot much of the upcoming sixth season’s opening two-part episode. It will mark the first time ever that Who has actually shot on American soil. The United States, bastard child of the British Empire, has been the setting for many an episode in the long run of the series, but never have the Brits come to the ole’ red, white and blue to shoot on location.



The countdown to the premiere of the fifth season of the contemporary Doctor Who here in the United States is on, and with it comes my growing excitement. To continue the build-up, BBC America has released a clip from the first thrilling minute of the upcoming season.



Even though we’re still finishing up our coverage of this year’s SXSW film festival, it is nice to be back in the regular swing of things and on the hunt for the latest news. Exciting things are happening, all around the world of entertainment. One such exciting thing is the return of Doctor Who to BBC America.



BBC America announced today that the new era of Doctor Who will make its U.S. premiere on Saturday, April 17, 2010, soon after the UK broadcast. This announcement comes much to the delight of American audiences, including yours truly. The upcoming new season, which will star Matt Smith as the eleventh incarnation of the famous Time Lord known simply as ‘The Doctor’ and Karen Gillan as his enigmatic travel companion, Amy Pond.

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