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    Fox Fall Trailers: “Gracepoint,” “Gotham,””Hieroglyph,” more

    Check out the trailers for all of Fox’s newly-announced series, from the comic-book inspired Gotham to the new reality series Utopia. Gotham. This very high-profile series stars Ben McKenzie as Detective Jim Gordon and Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, Jim’s partner. The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Catwoman (Camren Bicondova), The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), Poison Ivy […] More

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    7 Actors who need to guest star on The Good Wife

    Since its premiere, The Good Wife has done what is nearly impossible for most shows- it is stunningly smart, perfectly paced, and beautifully written, and it has only gotten better in its game-changing fifth season. Guest stars are nothing new to the show, which has the most creative and entertaining guest casting on television, and it uses these performers incredibly well, folding them into stories the audience is already invested in alongside characters we care about. More

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    Ghosts of Doctor Who Christmas Podcasts Past

    Season’s Greetings from all of us here at Sound on Sight. For your listening pleasure, as we wait for “The Time of the Doctor” later this week, we thought we’d ride some Yuletide coattails and rebroadcast all our past Doctor Who Christmas Special Podcasts. Happy Holidays, Y’all. Mind the hoof prints. “The Christmas Invasion” & […] More

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    Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, “The Day of the Doctor” a beautiful, fitting tribute

    Doctor Who may be an international phenomenon, but when it comes to specials, particularly multi-Doctor specials, it doesn’t have the best track record. The Three Doctors (1972-73) , which kicked off the 10th season of the show, is fun, but lacks any significant emotional punch. The Five Doctors (1983), the 20th anniversary special, is a bit of a lark but it not only fails to live up to its title (the Fourth Doctor only barely appears, in one looped clip), it wastes most of its special guest stars. Then there’s The Two Doctors (1985), which doesn’t carry the extra burden of being an anniversary special but still fails to leave much of an impression, despite being an entertaining outing. Throw in the modern series’ spotty history with Christmas and Gap Year specials and current showrunner Steven Moffat’s season seven struggles with pacing, payoffs, and character and “The Day of the Doctor” looked to have a lot riding against it, despite the much-touted return of Tenth Doctor David Tennant and Billie Piper, who played fan-favorite Companion Rose Tyler. Fortunately with “The Day of the Doctor”, all of these fears are proven to be unfounded, as Moffat and director Nick Hurran deliver an exciting, emotional special. More

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    Doctor Who Profile: The Tenth Doctor

    The Tenth Doctor is one of the more human Doctors. He’s warm, funny, and rather emotional. He can be incredibly short-sighted and dense when it comes to his Companions’ feelings, but he for the most part is highly emotionally intuitive. Still recovering from the Time War, a wrathful anger lurks beneath his friendly façade, but it very rarely comes out. This Doctor is very energetic, finding it difficult to sit still under normal circumstances, and he talks a mile a minute, a distinct contrast from the Ninth Doctor. More

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    Sketchy Episode 93 – ‘Doctor Who & The Infinite Quest’

    Nerdvember is in full swing with “Doctor Who & The Infinite Quest.” Join Matt and Ryan as they discuss this cartoon and quickly deviate to the new series. Enjoy! [powerpress] Listen on iTunes! Songs Doctor Who Theme Song by Murray Gold Miss Martha by Bad Wolf Bay Empire (bedding music) by Waky Dawgster Follow Sketchy […] More

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