What fandom did to help bring back Doctor Who - Den of Geek
Fascinating interview with TV Producer Mal Young about what it was like trying to get Doctor Who back on the air in 2004:
So although we felt we had a well-known brand with a history, we also had to create something brand new and not rely at all on that past. Some sections of the audience didn’t remember the show fondly and to them it was a damaged brand. We had to be respectful at the same time as making a brand new show

What fandom did to help bring back Doctor Who - Den of Geek

Fascinating interview with TV Producer Mal Young about what it was like trying to get Doctor Who back on the air in 2004:

So although we felt we had a well-known brand with a history, we also had to create something brand new and not rely at all on that past. Some sections of the audience didn’t remember the show fondly and to them it was a damaged brand. We had to be respectful at the same time as making a brand new show
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