5 December 2012 1:38 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

What can one say about Steven Moffat, current head-writer for Doctor Who and co-creator of Sherlock… that hasn’t been said a million times before? It hardly surprises me that opinion is still divided on the man considering his controversial actions in the past – for one, he revitalized Doctor Who and took the torch from Russel T Davies just before his writing began to stagnate, only to completely change everything about the series in a manner that is still open to discussion now. For another, he gave us Sherlock, one of the most gripping dramas ever to hit British TV, before resorting to barely making any episodes, trolling the entire fandom and turning a once respected villainess into a dominatrix.

But, no matter what the man’s flaws, I still like the Matt Smith era of NuWho and really do appreciate Moffat’s work where a lot of people are »

- David Andrew McCabe

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