Ah, now here’s some welcome news! Torchwood scribe, Catherine Tregenna will, according to her online CV, be writing for Series 9 of Doctor Who!

Catherine Tregenna does have a history with the Whoniverse, having written four episodes of Torchwood. Season 1’s “Out of Time” was one of the highlights of the run, while “Captain Jack Harkness” was nominated for the 2008 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form. It lost out to an episode of Doctor Who called “Blink”. I doubt you’d have heard of it. Meanwhile, her Season 2 episodes, Meat and Adam were grim, gritty, and surreal. Actually, all her serials were pretty brilliant, so this is definitely good news for us Whovians and of course, the Twelfth Doctor!

So who else is writing for Doctor Who Series 9? Both Tom MacRae (The Girl Who Waited) and Neil Cross (Hide) have said they’ve worked on idea for Peter Capaldi’s Time Lord, the former with an idea for the Weeping Angels.

I just hope it’s not for being politically correct and all about her being a woman. The story has to come first because that’s what make Doctor Who survive for 51 years.

Doctor Who Series 8 DVD/Blu-Ray To Be Released In America On Dec 9

The Doctor Who series 8 DVD may already have hit shelves in the UK, but in America, fans are still eagerly anticipating the release of Peter Capaldi’s first full season. According to the BBC America shop, the full DVD and Blu-Ray will be released on Tuesday, 9 December. Besides all twelve episodes of series 8, the DVD and Blu-Ray will come with a plethora of bonus features for the dedicated Whovian.

Bonus Features:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Doctor Who Exclusive
  • Ultimate Time Lord
  • Ultimate Companion
  • Tour of the TARDIS
  • Earth Conquest
  • Doctor Who Live Pre-Show & After Who Live
  • London Post-Premiere Q&A
  • Commentary on Into the Dalek, Robot of Sherwood, The Caretaker and Kill the Moon

The BBC America pre-order page includes an overview of the entire eighth series, which reads:

Doctor Who Series 8 sees a brand new face at the controls of the TARDIS as Peter Capaldi becomes the Twelfth Doctor steering the blue box on a series of amazing adventures. In a feature-length opener we see the new Doctor crash land in Victorian London. As Clara (Jenna Coleman) struggles to recognise the man she thought she knew so well, killers are stalking the capital. A slaughterhouse restaurant and a buried space ship lead the Doctor into a confrontation with a long forgotten foe… but how far is this new man ready to go to protect his friends? The new series sees the Doctor and Clara encounter wonders and horrors. They meet a fleet of Daleks as they attempt to rescue a stranded ship of human survivors, face ranks of Cybermen stalking the Earth, go back in time and join Robin Hood in a fight with killer robots in Sherwood Forest, become bank robbers when they break into the deadliest bank in the cosmos, face a Mummy on the Orient Express, discover a deadly horror dwelling on the Moon, and come to know the last man standing at the end of the Universe. But amidst the thrills and scares there is beauty and heart; London overgrown by trees is a magical place, and what they see along the way helps them be kinder, braver, less scared. As Clara falls for handsome fellow teacher, Danny Pink (Samuel Anderson), can she keep her two extraordinary lives going? And when it comes to it, how far will she go to keep Danny Pink alive?


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