I will always remember the day I met my Doctor. I was having a really bad day, and wasn’t in the mood for doing much of anything. I came home from class, plopped on the couch, turned on the TV and just started flipping channels, staring blankly at the screen. Finally, I reached channel 101, BBC America. I stopped for a moment, recognizing the show as Doctor Who, a fan-favorite on the interwebs. I saw this strange man wearing a bowtie, lanky and wide-eyed, explaining to a frightened father and son that the child’s fear of his cupboard was legitimate. You see, during his time exploring wonders of the universe beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, the Doctor had found that monsters are, indeed, real. Continue reading
For all those who consider themselves “Sherlocked,” I’m sure you must be bursting with excitement for the newest season of BBC’s Sherlock coming New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, 2014.
I know the wait has been tiresome and seemingly endless but the highly anticipated premiere will arrive in just a few days. Season 3 is so close you can almost taste it! Speaking of taste, a couple of trailers, teasers and photos were released to the public giving all of us a small taste of what to expect in the upcoming season. This small sneak, however, just makes us crave Sherlock all the more. The suspense has become almost unbearable!
I know, as a fellow Sherlock fan, sharing the top four questions I’m most looking forward to seeing answered in Season 3 would definitely give some sense of relief.
Like most Whovians, I was waiting impatiently for November 23 to come around because I could not wait to see the special 50th anniversary episode of the show. Also like most Whovians, the episode left me awestruck and wishing I could rewind and watch it all over again. Read on to see my top 5 favorite moments from the show, but be warned! Spoilers follow! Continue reading
It is no secret that I have a fondness for BBC’s Sherlock. When we decided to start a new series of articles called A Show in 10 Gifs of Less, where we try to sum up an entire television show using a few Gifs, I knew right away I wanted do Sherlock (consider that a double entendre if you like).
BBC’s Sherlock, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (feel free to shake your fist in the air angrily while saying either of those names) is a modern day take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories about an enigmatic british detective with exceptional powers of deduction and a penchant for the violin. The show stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his roommate and partner in crime solving, Doctor John Watson. Sherlock and John’s chemistry (whichever way you read it) is phenomenal, the stories are brilliant, and each episode feels like a satisfying short film with a few signature Moffat twists thrown in for extra fun and continuity. Here’s the show in 10 Gifs… Continue reading
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With the start of Doctor Who Series Seven and the introducing of a new companion, we’ve been reflecting on series past and the different approaches actors have taken to the enigmatic man with the time travelling blue box. Saying that each doctor has brought his own version of the time lord to life is an understatement and leaves us wondering, which Doctor is your all time favorite? Vote now to make your favorite Doctor known! Poll closes 9/30/2012.
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