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Doctor Who Boss on Series 7 and the Jenna-Louise Coleman Christmas Mystery
Slowly but surely, Doctor Who Series 7 is coming this fall, and with it will come the introduction of The Doctor’s newest companion, played by the maddeningly adorable Jenna-Louise Coleman. For anyone hoping to hear news regarding who Coleman will be playing exactly, you’ll just have to wait and see. This isn’t the type of production that’s about to give out its biggest secrets all willy nilly. No, we’re just going to have to wait for her debut, which unfortunately won’t be for several months. She won’t be popping in to meet The Doctor until this year’s Christmas special.
In an interview with Digital Spy, Moffat talked about everything going on in his busy life as a creator, from Doctor Who to Sherlock to the BAFTA award he’s just one. Naturally, Series 7 would come up in a conversation with Moffat, especially considering the imminent departure of Karen Gillan and Arthur Darville as the present companions. It’s no secret the duo will be leaving and fans have expressed every emotion possible when faced with this knowledge. Moffat takes a very real stance on the situation, saying it’s a “personal upheaval.” These are people he works with every day, so saying goodbye to them is a monumental change.
He also addresses the show’s upcoming split, where five episodes will air this fall, followed by the Christmas special, with the final eight coming to us in 2013. Moffat says the idea of airing the series in that way was to shake things up. He feels having a show air at the same time every year is boring, but if you move it around you’re essentially keeping your audience on their toes. He also mentions plans are in place to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary, which could mean just about anything. Skies the limit. He also talks about his other series, Sherlock, which is in planning stages for its third series, which should begin shooting in January.