A really good interesting read from Talking TARDIS. Everyone should definitely read this.
The long-awaited tenth season of Doctor Who is just over seven weeks away. Recently, all of Doctor Who fans’ attention has been focused on Peter Capaldi, after the Scot announced the upcoming season would be his last as the Doctor. But what has long-term head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat got left to prove? As we enter his sixth season and final season as show runner, I look to see what could make and what could break the legacy that Moffat will leave behind.
By the time Steven Moffat hangs up his pen (or keyboard) at the end of the year, he will have overseen the tenure of two Doctors, as well as introducing us to the War Doctor, and giving Paul McGann a deserved regeneration scene. Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi each will have served under Steven Moffat for more or less the same amount of time. Three seasons…
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