In the year of the sonic adventure, the Doctor’s adventures are back on the big screen.
And the one-man showrunner who wrote it, David Tennant, says it means a lot to him to be able to tell the story he wants to tell.
“When I wrote the first series, I was thinking of the Doctor, and the idea that he could be a doctor or a warrior, or a politician or a lawyer, or even a space marine, and I was going to do something like this, but the thing is, the stories have always been about those things, they’re about the Doctor,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“He’s the hero, he’s always going be the hero.” “
David Tennants new series, ‘Doctor Boom’, is on Netflix in early 2018. “
He’s the hero, he’s always going be the hero.”
David Tennants new series, ‘Doctor Boom’, is on Netflix in early 2018.
It’s one of the best series of the last decade, but its not the only Doctor Who story that’s back.
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And it worked.
“I thought, OK, what do we do with this?” he said.
“Well, let’s make him an alien and put him in the TARDIS.”
The Doctor Who series 10 episode ‘The Time of Angels’ ended in the episode ‘Endgame’, with Doctor Who writer and executive producer Steven Moffat saying the episode had the feel of “a bad dream, where you’re not sure what’s going to happen”.
But it was a dream, and a good one.
“It’s the most wonderful thing in the world, a dream where you are on your own, a journey, you’re alone,” he said, before saying it was also “a dream where the Tardis is going to crash, and you’re going to go through space, you see stars, and when the Tardi’s going out, it’ll come back.”
That dream ended in ‘Endpoint’ – a much-loved scene from ‘The Endgame’ that Moffat was able to recapture.
But it wasn’t all good news.
“That was an interesting moment,” he added.
‘Doctor Doom’ is a great place to start ‘Doctor Whos’ ‘Dornish Troubles’ and ‘Dramatic Pursuit’ were both episodes that Moffatt said were one of his favourite stories. “
So that was another bit of that.”
‘Doctor Doom’ is a great place to start ‘Doctor Whos’ ‘Dornish Troubles’ and ‘Dramatic Pursuit’ were both episodes that Moffatt said were one of his favourite stories.
“Dornis Troubles was one of those episodes where I thought, ‘Well, it would be great to tell this story in one episode,’ because I thought that it would just be a good story, so I did that episode,” he recalled.
“And it was just a wonderful story.”
The final episode of the series, “The Final Problem”, ended with the Doctor battling an army of Cybermen.
“They were the only enemy in that whole episode,” Moffatt told ABC radio.
“Then I did the ‘Doctor’s Daughter’ story, which I thought was great because it really started the next year, and [was] the most enjoyable story of my career, and in some ways, that was the story that gave me the confidence to do the rest of the things I did. “
“Now, I’m very grateful for that, because the Doctor has just given me such an incredible experience, and now I’m a better writer. “
I’ve had this incredible amount of confidence.” “
Now, I’m very grateful for that, because the Doctor has just given me such an incredible experience, and now I’m a better writer.
I’ve had this incredible amount of confidence.”
“The Next Doctor” The final episodes of ‘The Next Christmas’ and “The Dalek Invasion” were also among the best he had ever written, but it was when he was working on the final episodes for “The War Games” that he was given the most serious challenges.
“We had the whole time with the Dalek invasion,” he explained.
“In the first episode