The Who Mail Issue #9 is out where we look at the amazingly detailed steampunk new TARDIS! 👉 http://bit.ly/2q3AU6K
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12th Doctor’s Journey…
NEWS: Chris Chibnall wants to make this very clear! – There are no old monsters in the new series!
Getting tired of repeating himself, Chris told Radio Times: “There are no [Daleks]! I don’t know how many times I need to say it. There are no old monsters this series. OK? I think, you can’t as a showrunner coming in, you can’t really define it against the past. Like, that’s what [the press] will do, but it’s actually not for me to come in and go ‘Where am I going to place this in relation to the Hartnell era, or the Hinchcliff era, or Peter Davison. It’s not about that. It’s about going ‘Ah, what stories do I want to tell? What’s happening in the world? What’s happening in film and television? And how does Doctor Who sit at the forefront of that? I just wanted us to feel like we were moving forward.”
He then went on to say, “This is Doctor Who in an era of Netflix – you’ve got to keep up. You’ve got to keep up with Black Mirror, you’ve got to keep up with all the DC shows in the US. So it’s just making sure it’s fit for purpose. I think you tell great stories with great actors. And you tell stories that feel resonant to people’s lives. I mean, Doctor Who is the single greatest idea anybody’s ever had in the history of television, so just make that, really, and make it to the best of your ability.”
A reminder for us all Whovians, as the new season is just around the corner.
So WHO is behind the Doctor?