Doctor Who: Dreamland [SPOILERS…BEWARE!!!]

 ***re-blogged from my LJ***

These are exciting times for Doctor Who, not least because Dreamland will soon be exploding onto our screens! As everyone should know by now, it features David Tennant as the Doctor alongside Georgia Moffett and Tim Howar as his latest companions, Cassie Rice and Jimmy Stalkingwolf. COPYRIGHT (C) BBC.

What is Dreamland? Dreamland is a six-part animated Doctor Who adventure. It will premier on BBC Red Button and on the Doctor Who website on Saturday, November 21st.  It’s a six part series, and details about individual episodes are starting to emerge…

Episode 1

Dry Springs, Nevada, 1958. The Doctor befriends a young waitress, Cassie, and her friend, Jimmy, at a diner. The Doctor activates an alien artefact and, after finding further signs of alien activity, the US Army intervenes and takes him and his new companions to the mysterious Area 51 in Roswell, where they find out about Operation Fallen Angel. Will Operation leader Colonel Stark succeed in making the curious trio forget what they have just seen?

Episode 2

Seeking refuge in the abandoned town of Solitude, Jimmy stumbles across a disconcerting discovery and the trio encounter Viperox royalty.

Episode 3

The Doctor cannot understand why the Alliance of Shades’ mop-up team are more concerned with the whereabouts of a piece of space flight hardware than the hordes of Viperox pods hidden underground. Things start to fall into place when Jimmy’s grandfather, Night Eagle, introduces the Doctor to Rivesh Mantilax.

Episode 4

Captured by the US Army, Rivesh is finally reunited with his wife, Saruba Velak. Meanwhile, the Doctor discovers the unsettling truth about his real identity.

Episode 5

The Doctor and Saruba have to confront the mysterious alien force in the vault housing her space ship if they are to save her husband and stop Lord Azlok from rousing his sleeping army.

Episode 6

As sunset falls, the Viperox drones start to attack the US Army base. Can the Doctor find a way to halt the seemingly unstoppable aliens in their tracks?

Sources :

BBC Dreamland Blog

doctorwhotimevortex

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NEW Trailer Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3

A new 2½ minute trailer “Sarah Jane Adventures” Series 3.  Includes clips of David Tennant as The Doctor.

First Look: The Doctor in ‘Sarah Jane Adventures’

Digital Spy gives us a glimpse of The Doctor‘s (played by David Tennant) as he pops in  on CBBC’s “Sarah Jane’s Adventures” for a visit.

WARNING : SPOILER ALERT!!! AVERT YOUR EYES IF YOUR ALLERGIC TO THEM!!!

The Doctor appears in episodes five and six of the new series, which will air on October 29 and October 30 on BBC One. The story – titled ‘The Wedding Of Sarah Jane Smith’, is penned by Gareth Roberts (‘The Shakespeare Code’, ‘The Unicorn and the Wasp’) and also guest stars Nigel Havers as Sarah Jane’s groom-to-be.

The BBC has just released these synopses of the two episodes and the story as a whole:

WARNING : MORE SPOILERS!!!

Overall story summary: “Sarah Jane has met Peter Dalton and wants him to become part of her life; to become a father to Luke perhaps. But Clyde thinks Peter is hiding a secret or two of his own, especially when he and Rani find an empty house where Peter says his home should be…”

Part one summary: “The Doctor returns on the happiest day of Sarah Jane’s life – but a deadly trap is waiting for them all! As the strands of a clever and careful plan draw together, can even a Time Lord save Sarah Jane, on the day of her arch-enemy’s greatest triumph?”

Part two summary: “The Doctor joins the battle – but is it too late to save both Sarah Jane and the Earth itself? As the power of the Pantheon of Discord grows in strength, the old friends are separated across different time zones, and must fight to save each other – but for one, there’s a terrible price to pay.”

SNEAK PEEK : (Courtesy of Digitay Spy TubeTalk)

click to enlarge pics…

“Being Human” Characters’ Prequels.

The original Being Human pilot first aired on BBC Three in February 18 2008 and it went down so well, a full series came to BBC Three in 2009 (which in turn, became my latest TV obsession!). These are the prequels of the three main characters…

(all credits go to BBC Three)

Mitchell (the vampire), played by Aidan Turner

George (the werewolf), played by Russell Tovey

Annie (the ghost/poltergeist), played by Lenora Crichlow

Doctor Who : Waters of Mars preview clip.

Here’s the advanced proper look at this year’s second Doctor Who special, The Waters Of Mars, due to air on BBC One this November…

For this DW autumn special, The Doctor is joined by his most strong-willed companion yet, Adelaide Brooke (Lindsay Duncan).

Torchwood: Children of Earth Official Trailer

“Torchwood: Children of Earth – In one epic story told over five nights the new series, to be broadcast on BBC One (UK) and BBC AMERICA (U.S. this summer, I believe) later this year, promises to be Torchwood’s greatest adrenalin-fueled, high octane adventure yet.”


Doctor Who : The Waters of Mars (teaser trailer)

Okay, just finished watching Doctor Who S04E15 “The Planet of the Dead”. I know it hasn’t aired in the US yet so I won’t spoil anything! But it was pretty damn good!!!

Anyways, here is a little sneak peek of what’s to come (quite possibly this autumn). As seen at the very end of The Planet of the Dead, here it is…the next episode entitled “The Waters of Mars”. (grabbed it from the DoctorWhoNet YouTube channel)