Watch a livestream of Matt, Karen, & Arthur’s signing event Q&A Monday morning at 11am Eastern and 8am Pacific. (also: we’re gonna livetumbl it!)
Remember that Series 6 DVD signing event that’s happening in the UK on Monday? Well good news: BBC Worldwide is going to livestream it on one of the YouTubes!
On Monday night at 4pm GMT (that’s 11AM Eastern and 8AM Pacific), BBC Worldwide will livestream Matt, Karen, and Arthur’s Q&A. You can watch it on BBC Worldwide’s YouTube Channel.
There will be a live chat on the YouTube page. We’re going to be hanging out in chat with you and posting some of the best bits back to this here DW Tumblr page.
Hope to see you there.
This notice from BBCWYouTube just came across my Twitter…Yay, livestream!
Edited to add:
The official schedule listing for BBC America Doctor Who and Torchwood related panels at Comic-Con is up!
just fyi: We’ll be announcing lots of DW Comic-Con goodness in the coming week. Let us know if you plan on being at the Doctor Who panel with Matt, Karen, and at Comic-Con by adding it to your schedule.
BBC America’s Doctor Who Stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, along with writers and producers, make their first Comic-Con appearance for a panel and Q&A! They’re bringing exclusive new footage of the new season to be shown ahead of its late summer return on BBC America. Doctor Who follows the adventures of the Doctor, the mysterious traveler who journeys throughout all of time and space, picking up companions along the way and almost always sidestepping danger. From award-winning lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and starring BAFTA nominee Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as his companion Amy Pond, the second season’s Part One delivered record ratings for BBC America and marked the first time Doctor Who filmed on American soil. Also starring Arthur Darvill and Alex Kingston, the Part One finale ended with the unveiling of a massive secret and the words “Let’s Kill Hitler” on screen. Part One is now available on Blu-ray/DVD/iTunes, and Part Two premieres late summer on BBC America’s Supernatural Saturdays.