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    As we’ve previously suggested, while Moffat might want to explore a different shade of the Doctor, BBC also has a vested interested in ensuring the character’s appeal continues to expand. At this time, Doctor Who is more popular than ever – with viewers around the world tuning-in and buying merchandise to express their love for the show. Should Capaldi and Moffat’s unique take on the Time Lord prove to actually be dislikable or less interesting than what came before, the network will (without a doubt) put pressure on the showrunner and actor to find a more palatable compromise.

    For now, we’ll have to wait and see how fans react to Capaldi’s Doctor but it’s also important to point out that the series has always been about evolution and regeneration – literally and figuratively. New Who fans have helped propel the Time Lord to unprecedented levels of success but if BBC just paraded out a steady stream of thirty or twenty-something actors to play the Doctor, they’d be undercutting one of the primary draws of the show: the Doctor can become anyone – well, except for a female or a nonwhite actor (at least not yet).

    doctor who clara exit Doctor Who Season 8 Images; Capaldi Doctor Still Work in Progress

    Casting a woman or non-caucasian performer in the lead role would have been an interesting way to refresh the series formula, and might very easily be BBC’s next move after Capaldi, but right now we are at the beginning of an all new regeneration cycle – one that might even lead to significant changes for the show in the coming months.

    Hopefully, the actor can find his footing in the role – successfully exploring fresh aspects of the character while also providing the same charm and depth that audiences have come to expect.

    The countdown to Capaldi has begun:

    We’ll keep you up to date as more Doctor Who season 8 details are revealed.
    MORE: Doctor Who Viewing Guide: Suggestions & Complete Episode List

    Doctor Who season 8 will premiere August 23rd on BBC and BBC America.

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    Next time you create a piece of “Doctor Who” fan art, bear in mind that it’s entirely possible Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman and executive producer Steven Moffat will see it.

    The three of them spoke to Zap2it and other media outlets at a press conference during the “Doctor Who” world tour stop in New York City when the topic of the online fandom came up. “I think trying to assess Doctor Who’s audience from its online community would be like trying to assess world affairs from the comment sections below newspapers,” Moffat says. “I had this conversation, — name-dropping, [ ‘The Walking Dead’ executive producer] Gale Anne Hurd — about you can’t mistake Twitter for the voice of the audience.”

    He continues, “But let’s look at the positive side of it. Let’s look at the amazing response — our new title sequence. Beautiful new title sequence which I think is stunning is online Doctor Who fandom.” A fan created their version of a Season 8 opening credits sequence, which Moffat saw. “I thought it was the only new idea for a ‘Doctor Who’ title scene since 1963. And we got in touch and we said ‘OK, we’re gonna do that one.'” The finished product, which appears in the Season 8 premiere, is very different from what fans are used to.

    The cast and crew also saw that fan trailer featuring Capaldi’s Doctor in the rain. In fact, it earned the creator a very special invitation from the show. “[He] came down to set as well and spent the day watching as a result of something that he did at home,” Coleman shares. Capaldi adds, “The level of creativity is extraordinary and the constant use of taking clips and mashing them up and putting different music and doing their own versions of the same thing.”

    The show hasn’t just inspired art, though. “It has turned people into actors, it has turned people into writers, it has turned people into scientists,” Moffat says. “That’s an extraordinary thing.”

    “Doctor Who” Season 8 premieres Saturday, Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on BBC America.

    The feature-length opener takes place predominantly in Victorian London and features the return of the Paternoster Gang. The Doctor will face a T-Rex, Droids and a half-faced villain. Moffat said: “We can push that Doctor a bit further if you’ve got a familiar world around him.” Moffat also said Capaldi is going to be an older, trickier and fiercer Doctor. “I think the fun story will be – and we have the opportunity here – is this is what regeneration can do to you. He can be very, very different.” Moffat later added: “Now it’s time for the old beast to snarl at you for a bit!”

    Guest starring: Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint), Dan Starkey (Strax), Nigel Betts (Mr Anderson), Paul Hickey (Inspector Gregson), Tony Way (Alfie), Maggie Service (Elsie), Sean Ashburn (Restaurant Droid), Peter Ferdinando (Half-Face), Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor — cameo).

    802. Into the Dalek


    Written by Phil Ford. Directed by Ben Wheatley.

    As the title suggests the story will see the Doctor and Clara miniaturised as they venture inside a Dalek. Ford teased the story would be going “behind enemy lines.” He later gave a further one word clue of “Lasagne.”

    Guest starring: Michael Smiley (Colonel Blue), Zawe Ashton (Journey Blue), Laura dos Santos (Gretchen), Ben Crompton (Ross).

    803. Robots of Sherwood


    Written by Mark Gatiss. Directed by Paul Murphy.

    Robin Hood themed episode with Tom Riley playing the character and Ben Miller as the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham. Also features robot knights.

    Guest starring: Tom Riley (Robin Hood), Ben Miller (The Sheriff), Trevor Cooper (Friar Tuck), Ian Hallard (Alan-a-dale), David Benson, Rusty Goffe, Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Master Quail), Sabrina Barlett (Marion).

    804. Listen


    Written by Steven Moffat. Directed by Douglas Mackinnon.

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