The wait for more Doctor Who is almost over! The BBC has announced that the start date of the second half of series seven will be March 30, 2013! Happy Easter!
As has been the recent tradition, the episodes will premiere on both sides of the Atlantic on the same day, so thankfully we Yanks won’t have to wait to get our fix of the Doctor. The first episode, “The Bells of St. John,” is penned by showrunner Steven Moffat and guest starring Celia Imrie.
The show will premiere on BBC America’s Supernatural Saturday block, complemented by the new series Orphan Black and recently-renewed Nerdist talk show. Graciously, the powers-that-be have left us with a trailer for Part 2 of the upcoming series:
After the thoroughly rousing Christmas special, we can’t wait for the new Who to hit our televisions!
And lest we forget, the 50th anniversary is coming up this year, too, and another new fan-made trailer has hit to get us pumped for the festivities:
Oh, if only this were a time desk (or a TARDIS) that we could just get to these premieres now…