Tonight saw the end of Season 7 of ‘Doctor Who’, the immensely popular series on the BBC. There was little doubt that the series would return, but the BBC confirmed the eight season along with a few details.
Among the cast that is returning is Matt Smith and Steven Moffat. Tonight was the final episode of the seventh season, available online and DVRs all around the world no doubt. Fans should be excited about the 50th Anniversary special for the series, the official date for that event is November 23, 2013. The cast includes both Doctors (Matt Smith and David Tennant) along with Jenna-Louise Coleman, Billie Piper, and John Hurt (though his role is unclear at this time. The BBC stated that Moffat is “already plotting” the next series, or as they put it “adventures for the Doctor”.
The blog also talked about the Christmas special stating, “And given that this year’s Christmas Special will be rounding off such a spectacular year we’re sure it will kick off the Doctor’s next half century in style.”
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