Tuesday, January 5, 2010

The BBC is Comitted to Series 5 of Doctor Who

Wales Online published an article yesterday indicating that the BBC was comitted to the upcoming series 5 of Doctor Who with new Series showrunner Stephen Moffat, new Doctor, 28 year old Matt Smith and new Companion Amy Pond.

Here's an excerpt of the article:

Julian Payne, head of communications at BBC Vision, told the Western Mail it was a “fantastically exciting” time for fans.
“Doctor Who has regeneration at its very core, and it’s what provides the show with its longevity,” he said.
“We view it as a very exciting opportunity for the show. We remain hugely committed to the brand of Doctor Who in all its forms, and we have a wonderful new team in place who are very excited about taking the show on new adventures.”

I myself have no worries that the show will still do incredibly well, particularly with Steven Moffat at the helm. And though many have complained about the fact that Matt Smitt is not as gorgeous as David Tennant (I myself find him not so bad to look at), I'm quite sure he will capably make us love the Eleventh Doctor nonetheles.

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