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PostSubject: Doctor Who Series 6 (or Season 32)   Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:43 am

Well, We have just had this years xmas special, its was differant, but differant in a good way.

Here is the trailer for the next series, and it looks to be a good one.


and the BBC America trailer.


Splitting the series in half to air in spring and autumn will be differant, Will leave lots of time for people to get their theorys as to what happens next.

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A new series is scheduled for broadcast in 2011; the first seven episodes will be broadcast in the spring and the final six in the autumn, with the mid-season finale being a "game changing cliffhanger". Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvill all reprise their roles. Peter Bennett remains as producer, but his counterpart Tracie Simpson is replaced by Sanne Wohlenberg, while departing production designer Edward Thomas is replaced by Michael Pickwoad.

Series 6 will continue story threads from series 5, investigating the mysterious "silence" that caused the TARDIS to explode in "The Pandorica Opens" / "The Big Bang" and the identity of River Song. The two-part opening story, written by Steven Moffat and directed by Toby Haynes, was partially filmed in the United States for the first time, and will feature Alex Kingston and Mark Sheppard; the Doctor, Amy and Rory will travel from Utah to Washington, D.C. during the 1960s. Production on the new series began in November 2010, and filming will continue until March 2011.

Neil Gaiman has written an episode currently scheduled to be the third; he confirmed that it would begin filming in August 2010. In it Suranne Jones plays Idris, a young woman. Moffat has written five episodes, and Mark Gatiss has written one. Richard Clark, who previously directed 2007's "Gridlock" and "The Lazarus Experiment", returns to direct new episodes, as does Adam Smith, director of 2010's "The Eleventh Hour" and "The Time of Angels" / "Flesh and Stone". Matthew Graham has written a two-part episode, scheduled to be the fifth and sixth episodes.

The trailer for the sixth series, featured at the end of A Christmas Carol, showed the reappearance of the Ood. Also shown in the trailer were a person in a space suit, evil dolls, characters from Nazi Germany, a scene with "A 51" on a wall, and several scenes filmed in Utah's Monument Valley. The US version of the Christmas episode broadcast included a promotion for the new season featuring Smith, Gillan, Darvill, and Kingston, filmed in Monument Valley and announcing the US locations.


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PostSubject: Re: Doctor Who Series 6 (or Season 32)   Thu Dec 30, 2010 11:15 pm

I'm particularly interested in the episode written by Neil Gaiman, I've read a few of his books (my favourite being the one he wrote about the biblical apocalypse with Terry Pratchett - Good Omens) I like the reinvention of Dr Who, I just don't watch a lot of TV these days, I was a huge fan when I was a kid, the Autons used to scare the crap out of me!
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