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Doctor Who Series 7 Word from Moffat
It’s always nice to hear from the men and women in charge of the various television series, if just to check in with us on where they plan to take a particular series. Current Doctor Who executive producer, Steven Moffat, spoke out about the show’s seventh series, which will premiere fall 2012. He claimed to be writing at least five episodes, although that could change at anytime. He maintains that nothing is set in stone regarding the stories, but there are big plans for 2013, which will be Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.
As shown on Doctor Who TV, Moffat speaks rather candidly about the direction he wants to take Series 7. Moffat hopes to change things up a bit and try new things. In particular, he aims to make each episode have “slutty titles and movie-poster plots”, a goal inspired by the Series 6 episode “Let’s Kill Hitler”. That’s not a bad way of thinking, but if the series was all go go go and didn’t take some time to just be idle it could get burnt out.
A big change Moffat said he is planning is the removal of two-part episodes. Believing they are unnecessary and only used to save money, Moffat would prefer to have each episode be standalone and only stretch over to another episode if it feels like a natural thing to do. He describes a plot with two distinct stages that would require a second part. At this point I’m not sure if I’ll miss two-parters. How does everyone else feel?