‘in short’ version: livetumbling / happy us / sad brits / everyone happy soon / go follow our new tumblr.
tl;dr version: Yes, we’re livetumblring the Series 6 mid-season finale of Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War tonight (9p EDT and then again at 9p PDT).
Watch the one minute prequel if you haven’t yet:
Yes, we’re still a week behind the UK (for now) but that also means we’re not going through withdrawal and putting up posts like this (yet):
(Don’t worry British subjects — it’ll be ok. We swear!)
No one should fear the break for the break is when the fandom becomes our own. In fact, hide yo dashboards b/c we will probably be posting just as much as we normally would. Who fandom knows no seasons.
We are going on an adventure and we want you to come along. We want to:
Speaking of the break: we have one more announcement to make: BBC America has seen the awesomeness that is the tumblr community and have given us the keys to run another blog: Supernatural Saturday on (tumblr!) This tumblr will (obvs) mostly be about Science Fiction shows on BBC America but we will also post about the best of scifi in other places including movies, books, console games, and other fiction of speculative nature.
Because they’re premiering the Battlestar Galactica miniseries this evening (one of the other greatest shows of all time, imo) SNS(t) is all about BSG today. Please check out our post on why we think BSG was one of the greatest things on television when it premiered.
Oh yeah, and for those asking why BSG is running on BBC America, it’s because Jamie Bamber is secretly British:
So see you tonight for ‘A Good Man Goes To War’ and see you this summer both here on DWOfficial and on ‘Supernatural Saturday’.
(gif via livingingallifrey)
Monday, April 11th. 7 pm Eastern. Village East Cinema, 189 Second Avenue, New York.
teamtardis: The premiere episode of the new season of Doctor Who on the big screen. Parts one and two.
That’s not enough? Then how about Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, and Steven Moffat live in person, in a Q&A session hosted by your ol’ pal Chris Hardwick?
Yeah, thought so.
Seating is first-come, first served. The details are here, and remember that an RSVP doesn’t guarantee a seat, so get there early. Oh, and if you aren’t in New York or can’t go, it’ll be recorded for the Nerdist Podcast, so everybody wins.
robotyeti: Whee. :D
I’m planning on getting there pretty early - I just hope everyone else doesn’t get there earlier.