Moer Series 9 From The Moff

Steven Moffat has dropped a few more tantalising hints about what’s in store for Series 9 whilst explaining the rationale for including more two-parters in Peter Capaldi’s second run as the Doctor.

“It’s about messing around with how much of the plot will be done in 45 minutes,” Moffat said, interviewed at this week’s BAFTA TV Awards Nominees party.

In the brief interview clip for Digital Spy he refers again to his concern that, ten years in to the revived series, there’s a risk of viewers becoming just a little too familiar with the format, the “danger of people getting used to the rhythm of the show”. From what he says, we shouldn’t necessarily expect longer stories to be straightforward two-parters, either…

Also in the interview he promises a “quite stunning” performance from Peter Capaldi and speaks (in broad terms) about what Clara and Missy will get up to next time around…

Steven Moffat has dropped a few more tantalising hints about what’s in store for Series 9 whilst explaining the rationale for including more two-parters in Peter Capaldi’s second run as the Doctor.

“It’s about messing around with how much of the plot will be done in 45 minutes,” Moffat said, interviewed at this week’s BAFTA TV Awards Nominees party.

In the brief interview clip for Digital Spy he refers again to his concern that, ten years in to the revived series, there’s a risk of viewers becoming just a little too familiar with the format, the “danger of people getting used to the rhythm of the show”. From what he says, we shouldn’t necessarily expect longer stories to be straightforward two-parters, either…

Also in the interview he promises a “quite stunning” performance from Peter Capaldi and speaks (in broad terms) about what Clara and Missy will get up to next time around…

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