On a Week-End Round-Up

Let’s review some of the things I’ve written about this week. On Sunday I wrote about the tenures of Doctor Who actors in the role. The more I think about it, the more it occurs to me that the ninth Doctor was never intended to be a long-term role, that Russell T. Davies needed anContinue reading “On a Week-End Round-Up”

On Christopher Eccleston and Who Tenures

I’ve long thought that the reason Doctor Who ended in 1989 was because of a decision Peter Davison made way back in 1983 — that he was going to do three seasons and only three seasons of Doctor Who. What’s this? Six years and two Doctors later the series ended, and it’s Davison’s fault? MyContinue reading “On Christopher Eccleston and Who Tenures”