David Tennant has tonight made public his decision to leave the BBC’s sci-fi drama Doctor Who at the end of 2009. Tennant, who has played the Time lord since series two of the revived ‘Who’, confirmed live on ITV that he was quitting the role that has made him popular with family audiences across the UK and beyond. Such is the affection for Tennant’s Doctor Who – he tonight won
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Star Trek actor William Shatner has attacked his co-star, George Takei, for not inviting him to his wedding. In a video blog Shatner said he did not understand why George Takei still held a grudge against him. Earlier this year George Takei married his long-term partner, Brad Altman, and several of Takei’s Trek co-stars were there, such as Nichelle Nicholas and Walter Koenig but William Shatner was
Current Who writer Steven Moffat is to replace Doctor Who exec Russell T Davis the BBC confirmed today. Moffat, who is credited by some fans as writing some of the best Who episodes in the re-vamped series, will take over in 2010, after Davies rounds up his run in charge with a number of special episodes in 2009. Davies has over seen the revived series since its return to BBC
If you thought the Second Season of Battlestar Galactica was shocking you ain’t seen nothing yet! Although details of the upcoming third season are being kept under wraps it looks set to be much bigger than anything we’ve seen before.
Russell T.Davies has confirmed that the Doctor won’t be having any more otherworld adventures. The producer claims that budget restrictions prevent the show from visiting other worlds.
Dancer and telly personality Lionel Blair fancies a new direction with telly time travel.