Did Series 12 of Doctor Who disrespect Steven Moffat’s era? Two opposing sides battle this question out in a Doctor Who Debate!
1 show. 2 fans. 1 question. 2 perspectives. This is Doctor Who Debate, where we each take a side, and tackle a controversial question about Doctor Who — but it’s up to you to decide who won the debate! Let us know what you think in the comments.
Dalek depth, police parallels, Yaz yearning, troublesome timeliness, beanies, Barrowman, yes, there’s an awful lot to discuss in this podcast about Revolution of the Daleks, the 2021 Doctor Who New Year’s Day special.
Infinite potential, the nature of change and mystery, the finale’s paratext and positioning, the many stances on the series, chosen one narratives, lore, Morbius, the Other, and so, so much more is discussed within!
Is Doctor Who about change? That, & Judoon ‘cop outs’, placeholder storytelling, depreciation & supplication, Vinay & vasectomies, the role of the past, & the thunder of the future, are discussed herein.
Cut climaxes, offscreen espionage, improvisational TV, secrets & tap dancing, casting & mad ranting…Spyfall: Part Two, the second episode of Doctor Who: Series 12, is the type of follow-up to really stoke conversation.
Vore, spycraft, Utopia & Time Flight comparisons, descriptive audio, value depreciation, these are just a few of the things the premiere of Doctor Who: Series 12 – Spyfall: Part One – makes one think about.
Neo’s written essay on TORCHWOOD: Series 2. The show gained more consistency in its second series – but what did it lose? What did the finale mean for the show? What did it mean to cast Spike from BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER? Was the focus on open communication and relationship maintenance a worthwhile iteration over the previous year’s consideration of heartfelt mundanity and work/life balance? Did Chris Chibnall write the most nuanced script of a series? Plus a ranking of the thirteen episodes!
Who Cares about Torchwood’s explosive second series? Character comfiness, narrative devastation, affirming v overstepping touch, communicative complications, and all sorts of other matters platonic & chtonic are discussed in a first viewing for one, a re-viewing for two (Neo & Ingiga), a reviewing for all, looking at the series that sees the show dig its own graves.