Cinematic posters tease upcoming Doctor Who stories, epic season finale

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I don’t know about you, but I love the recent Doctor Who tradition of teasing upcoming episodes with cinematic-style posters. Well, here at last are the promotional images for the rest of the season, leading up to the season finale, “The Name of the Doctor,” which promises (threatens?) that the Time Lord’s greatest secret will at last be revealed.

But first: “Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS,” Stephen Thompson’s script, takes us deeper into the Doctor’s time-space machine than we’ve been in years.

Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

“The Crimson Horror,” written by Mark Gatiss, brings us Dame Diana Rigg’s first appearance in Doctor Who, along with her daughter Rachael Stirling — the first time the two have appeared on screen together.

The Crimson Horror

Nerd icon Neil Gaiman returns to make the Cybermen terrifying again — we hope — in “Nightmare in Silver.”

Nightmare in Silver

And finally, lead producer and writer Steven Moffat brings us the long-promised reveal of “The Name of the Doctor” (maybe — remember, the Doctor lies, and so does Moffat). Alex Kingston returns as the incomparable River Song!

The Name of the Doctor

Which one are you looking forward to the most?


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