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News & Interviews for Doctor Who: Season 7
It's clever, fast, funny, eerie, surprising and tearjerking - all in one spectacularly polished package. And Steven Moffat steps over 49 years of Dalek baggage to make them fresh and menacing again.
Matt Smith continues to refine his infinitely charismatic take on the Time Lord. He's still capable of channeling a giddy, boyish sweetness, of course, but he seems newly ancient and suspicious.
50 years in, we're happy to take a season that - while conceptually, sporadically wonky - succeeded in keeping us just as excited for what happens next as ever.
In the penultimate batch of episodes before Doctor Who's jubilee year, executive producer Steven Moffat continues to marvel with his ability to keep the time-and-space-travelling Doctor in ever-so-complicated trouble. [Blu-ray]
Season seven mostly finds Doctor Who still in fine form.
Audience Reviews for Doctor Who: Season 7
Opens and ends well, but a lot more poorly written episodes than previous seasons, although still a step up from Season 3 with emotional moments like Amy and Rory leaving and the introduction of both Clara and the War Doctor.
A chore not a pleasure.
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