Conquer time and space with Lego's new "Doctor Who" set. It comes complete with two Doctors, a companion, a folding TARDIS and enough villains to keep everybody in danger.
Whovians finally get a Lego set of their very own with an official release that includes the TARDIS, two Doctors, Clara, Daleks and a nightmarish Weeping Angel.
"Doctor Who" is headed to Clara Oswald's Coal Hill School with a new BBC show aimed at teens. The series promises to have "action, heart and adrenaline," but watch out for Cybermen bullies.
Infographic: What's the best (read: kind of timey-wimey) order for watching the new "Doctor Who" and its recent spin-offs? We lay it out for you. Plus, every "Who" prequel and extra you should see.
Peter Capaldi is in top form in this high-stakes opener to series 9, but new viewers may be alienated by the alien adventure. Here's our spoiler-free review.
Create your own Dalek- and Cybermen-infested levels for the Doctor to defeat with the BBC's new Doctor Who Game Maker.
YouTube show DIY Prop Shop returns with a how-to for making your very own Time Lord sonic screwdriver before the new season starts.
There'll be lots of action, a few new characters and more cliffhangers in the next season of "Doctor Who," according to actors Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman and showrunner Steven Moffat.
Don't blink. A light string full of malevolent "Doctor Who" aliens will add a dimension of fear to your next patio party.
We all know Maisie Williams as Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones," but it was a role in a made-for-TV movie that led "Doctor Who" execs Steven Moffat and Brian Minchin to cast her in Season 9.