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Thought the cover was mindblowing? Well, how about a whole gallery of brand-new, exclusive Cumberbatch (and Freeman) photos?


This week in EW: Our obsessive guide to Downton Abbey keeps our Winter TV Preview issue classy.

Cybermen. The Silence. A Dalek. A Weeping Angel. Doctor Who presents: The Many Monsters of Christmas.

Look who stopped by outside EW’s office — it’s the Downton Abbey Tea Truck! (P.S. Aren’t interns Jodi and Shirley cute?)

Meet Doctor Who expert Dr. Piers D. Britton — a real person who wrote a book on Doctor Who titled TARDISbound and teaches a class on the iconic show at the University of Redlands in California. 

On the eve of Doctor Who‘s eagerly awaited 50th Anniversary special — which will be unveiled tomorrow on BBC America at 2:50 p.m. ET — Dr. Britton revealed to us 15 strange and fascinating Doctor Who facts, covering everything from Steven Moffat’s thoughts on Matt Smith’s bowtie to what inspired The Weeping Angels.

Is the BBC about to name the new star of Doctor Who? We’ll find out in 24 minutes (and counting)…

Just because I’ve done Doctor Who doesn’t give me a divine right to walk into any other jobs…I’ll ponder it and sometimes think, ‘I’ve made a huge mistake. What am I doing?’

Matt Smith talks leaving Doctor Who at TCA.

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Ask and ye shall receive: Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany talks season 1 and why she hopes the show gets a little Emmy love —

“It would be so amazing if the show got nominated or we got out there; I think people would be really excited about that because so many incredible sci-fi-shows go under the radar and don’t get taken seriously in award season,” she says. “But I think sci-fi definitely belongs there because it tells sort of subversive stories about society without hitting you over the head. It puts very real stories into the context of a fantastical world, so there’s a sense of escapism but there’s also a sense of, ‘This isn’t far from our reality.’”

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