14 March 2013 10:50 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Steven Moffat, the producer/show-runner for the ever-popular BBC series Doctor Who, talks about some plans for this year's 50th anniversary celebration. Among other things, this year will feature an episode filmed in 3-D.

Steven Moffat, who writes and produces Doctor Who for the BBC, spoke recently about the high expectations that surround the show's big anniversary, and how daunting it is to be the man responsible for not letting the viewers down. Many fans are already disgruntled because the BBC cut the number of episodes in half for this landmark year, so it's important that the quality of the eight remaining episodes for 2013 be top-notch. "I'm mostly excited, a little bit nervous and aware of trying not to let people down."

About the upcoming episodes, Moffat says, "We'll be up in the air, we're under the water, we're on a fantastic alien planet, we're back in time and we're forward in time. »

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