TV Review: DOCTOR WHO – Series 6 Finale – “The Wedding of River Song” – Review #2

Matt Smith and Ian McNeice in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 13 | ©2011 BBC

Stars: Matt Smith, James Corden, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, Frances Barber, Daisy Haggard, Seroca Davis, Holli Dempsey, Chris Obi, Lynda Baron, Paul Kasey, Nicholas Briggs Writer: Steven Moffat Director:  Jeremy Webb Network: BBC America, airs Saturday nights Original Telecast: October 1, 2011 “The Wedding of River Song” is the series finale for this latest round of DOCTOR WHO, it brings everything with the character of River Song (Alex Kingston) to full circle closure, deals with some dangling plot threads, and opens up new mysteries for future series. This is the inevitable episode where The Doctor (Matt Smith) is […]Read On »

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TV Review: DOCTOR WHO – Series 6 – “Closing Time” – Review #2

James Corden in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 12 | ©2011 BBC

Stars: Matt Smith, James Corden, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, Frances Barber, Daisy Haggard, Seroca Davis, Holli Dempsey, Chris Obi, Lynda Baron, Paul Kasey, Nicholas Briggs Writer: Gareth Roberts Director:  Steve Hughes Network: BBC America, airs Saturday nights Original Telecast: September 24, 2011 I will freely admit that I was less than enamored with the latest DOCTOR WHO offering, “Closing Time.” First of all this episode sees the return of Craig (James Corden) from last year’s “The Lodger” which was one of my LEAST favorite episode of that series. I seem to remember that Corden is friends with Matt […]Read On »

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TV Review: DOCTOR WHO – Series 6 – “The Girl Who Waited” – Review #2

Arthur Darvill in DOCTOR WHO - Series 6 - Episode 10 | ©2011 BBC

Stars: Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Josie Taylor, Imelda Staunton, Stephen Bracken-Koegh Writer: Tom MacRae Director:  Nick Hurran Network: BBC America, airs Saturday nights Original Telecast: September 10, 2011 There are almost always episodes in DOCTOR WHO that showcase companions in different ways. Whether it’s Rose (Billie Piper) in “Father’s Day” dealing with the emotions of losing and re-gaining and losing her father again, or it’s Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) finding out how important she is and that her life has to intersect with The Doctor’s in “Turn Left”; these stories always tell us more about the companions of […]Read On »

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