Doctor Who Series 11: nine submissions for Emmy Award nominations

Series 11 of Doctor Who was submitted for nomination consideration for the 71st Emmy Awards nine times in eight separate categories:   Best Drama Series   Best Drama Actress: Jodie Whittaker   Best Drama Supporting Actor: Tosin Cole and Bradley Walsh   Best Drama Supporting Actress: Mandip Gill   Best Writing (Drama): Rosa, Malorie Blackman … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: most memorable scenes

At least one scene from all ten episodes of Doctor Who Series 11, plus the New Year’s special, Resolution is included in this list. Every episode of Doctor Who ever made has its moments.   The Crane Stunt, The Woman Who Fell to Earth What’s a series premiere without spectacular stunt for the Doctor? Jodie Whittaker … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: most stunning locations

Sheffield From the hills of the city, to the crane yard to the water tower and architecture. The episodes filmed in Sheffield, The Woman Who Fell to Earth and Arachnids in the UK put a cinematic spotlight on the beauty of Sheffield. South Africa Abandoned water park, Macassar Beach Pavilion, Paarl Rock and the streets … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: most compelling performances

Jodie Whittaker From the moment she literally crashed onto the scene in The Woman Who Fell to Earth, Jodie Whittaker hit the ground running and hasn’t stopped. Whittaker’s thirteenth Doctor embodies all the energy, cleverness and heroism of the Doctor. I’d like to see her face more challenging villains and monsters but there’s no doubt ‒ … >

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Rekk! Finskad! new Doctor Who expletives

Battlestar Galactica had “frak” and “felgercarb”, Farscape had “frell”, Star Trek: The Next Generation introduced “petaQ” and Mork and Mindy had “shazbot”. Now Whovians can spout their own oaths, thanks to Chris Chibnall. In the second episode of Doctor Who Series 11, The Ghost Monument, Two humanoid alien species have introduced new expletives, at least as … >

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Doctor Who Series 11: two possible series arcs revealed

Despite Chris Chibnall’s statements that there would be no returning characters, all the episodes would be stand-alone and there would be no series arc, scenes in the second episode of Doctor Who Series 11,  The Ghost Monument suggest otherwise. A series arc villain? There was a mention of the Stenza in a carved message on the … >

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Doctor Who, The Ghost Monument: new plot details

The Ghost Monument synopses: Still reeling from their first encounter, can the Doctor and her new friends stay alive long enough in a hostile alien environment to solve the mystery of Desolation? And just who are Angstrom and Epzo? The Doctor and her new friends have barely had a chance to recover from their first adventure … >

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