Rumors are rumors of course of course and what you do with a rumor that’s false. You listen to it then say, ohhh screw it ! Then shove it up your ……. Ummmm sing that to the theme of Mr Ed and you will get it. Well never the less the reason for that sarcastic intro was that there was this rumor of Dr Who not lasting through the 7th season. I would really have been surprised if that was even remotely true. Then again they are canning Eureka a successful program in its own right. But BBC is much smarter then SYFY and knows it has a legacy and hit to look after. So with all those rumors swirling Steven Moffat came forward to put all these worried Whovians minds at ease. In a statement from an interview. He said …..
“First of all, we are airing in 2012,” he confirmed. “The only thing that’s happening is that we’re moving a bit later…There’s lots of reasons for that that will become clear quite soon…It is certainly not a reduced episode count.”
“Do you think the BBC would really let that happen? With an average audience of 10 million?”, he asked. “Doctor Who’s international profile is huge. It’s never been more successful. You’re not going to reduce a show like this. The opposite is going to happen, in fact.”
That makes it quite evident that the show will continue on for as long as we junkies love seeing the show. As a matter of fact Matt Smith has shown quite an interest in the Dr Who 50th Anniversary special which he mused with the idea of doing a 3D Dr Who.
“I’m interested in all the 3D stuff. If it could be filmed for 3D TV that would be fun, especially with Doctor Who. I love making Doctor Who and I get to be part of that 50th year which they’ll do something mental for. You know it will be brilliant….but it’s very expensive. I don’t know how they’d do it.” – Matt Smith speaking to Bang Showbiz
Now that would be something but that would have to be a full out theatrical movie with all the bells and whistles. What I would love to see is a show that revisits all the past Drs. Including Tom Baker, Peter Davidson , Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant, the reluctant Christopher Eccleston, and Colin Baker. With fond remembrance or some kind of CG magic to remember the late William Hartnell, Jon Pertwee, and Patrick Troughton. Now that would be awesome if they can do some thing like that.
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