Missy has been let loose in the role of The Doctor. With Nardole and Bill as her “disposables” to assist she must attempt to rescue the crew of a spaceship falling into a black hole. What can possibly go wrong? Pretty much everything!
The Doctor Who Series 10 finale is here. The end starts now. If you’ve seen the trailers for ‘World Enough and Time’ you’ll get a pretty good idea about the set up. Outside of that I can’t say much. Pre-titles; can’t say. Cliffhanger; can’t say. All the stuff in between; can’t say. Actually I’ll quantify that, I don’t want to say. ‘World Enough and Time’ is a mind blowing episode. It is dark. It is terrifying. The majority of the time it is genuinely shocking. What I can say is do everything you can to avoid spoilers. Stay off Twitter and Facebook, just avoid the internet altogether. Trust me, it WILL be worth it.
- Rachel Talalay returns once again to direct her third series finale in a row. She has been the assigned Director on all three of Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor series finales and will also direct the 2017 Christmas Special.
- John Simm returns in the role of The Doctor’s arch nemesis The Master after an absence of over seven years. Simm is perhaps best known for his role as Sam Tyler in popular BBC drama ‘Life on Mars’.
- Oliver Lansley who plays Jorj also appeared in the Sherlock episode ‘The Sign of Three’. He played David, a former boyfriend of Mary’s but was an usher for her wedding to John Watson.
- Paul Brightwell who plays the Surgeon in this episode has appeared in a wide variety of TV shows and movies. However he is perhaps most recognisable from his appearance in James Cameron’s Oscar winning movie ‘Titanic’ (1997). Playing the role of Quatermaster Hichens he is the crewmember at the ship’s wheel when the iceberg strikes.
Nardole, do something non-irritating
Finally! It’s like watching plants grow
I am that mysterious adventurer in all of time and space known only as doctor WHo.