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Spoilers! Here are our geeky spots and viewing notes on the Doctor Who series 9 finale, Hell Bent...
With the Doctor finally returning to Gallifrey, there can’t have been many people thinking this episode would be light on callbacks, references and other interesting things, and Hell Bent delivered in spades. So it’s time for our viewing notes - as ever, leave your own in the comments below. Thanks to everyone who’s contributed to the comments across this run, and thanks in particular to The Doctor Who Transcripts Page and the Tardis Data Core - these articles are one part memory, two parts research, and those sites have proved invaluable. Now, for the last time this series...
A Brief History Of Gallifrey
Hell Bent forms the final part of a trilogy of sorts with 2013’s The Day Of The Doctor and The Time Of The Doctor, »
This scene will likely not happen in the new show.
Doctor Who is going back to school. BBC announced today a new spin-off for the popular series, aimed at young adults, and written by noted Ya author Patrick Ness. Titled Class, the show will take place at Coal Hill School, historic location of the series, and feature the students facing threats from across space and time.
Set in contemporary London. Incredible dangers are breaking through the walls of time and space, and with darkness coming, London is unprotected. With all the action, heart and adrenalin of the best Ya fiction (Buffy, Hunger Games), this is Coal Hill School and Doctor Who like you’ve never seen it before.
Steven Moffat, who will executive-produce the show, says: “No one has documented the dark and exhilarating world of the teenager like Patrick Ness, and now we’re bringing his brilliant storytelling into Doctor Who. »
- Vinnie Bartilucci
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