VIDEO: Sneak Peek - Upcoming Episodes of DOCTOR WHO
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A trailer for upcoming episodes of the drama series DOCTOR WHO has just been released and previews the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) and Clara's (Jenna-Louise Coleman) upcoming adventures. The series follows the adventures of the Doctor, the mysterious traveler who journeys throughout all of time and space, picking up companions along the way and almost always sidestepping danger. Get a first look below!
Doctor Who, from award winning lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, stars BAFTA nominee Matt Smith as the Doctor and Karen Gillan as his companion Amy Pond, along with Arthur Darvill as Rory and Alex Kingston who plays River Song. Part One of the new season, which premiered in April, delivered record ratings for BBC AMERICA and marked the first time Doctor Who filmed on American soil.
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