Peter Capaldi's second season as the Doctor shows him truly mastering the part. But is it just for the fans by now?
If the writers of the 2011 season of Doctor Who could be accused of over-thinking it and making the story arcs too complex (many of us loved it but several...
Slight but engaging, Like Crazy overcomes some early problems to produce an effectively lo-fi romantic drama.
In future years this is going to be remembered as the season of Doctor Who that divided the fans.
So the new guy arrives and he’s very, very young. This doesn’t matter much at first – the new Doctor’s head popping out of the Tardis and asking the young...
So, two out of three ain't bad. The new boy (and girl) continue to grow into their roles nicely.
It's a special kind of series that can keep interest, and quality, building across 14 years. However ER, the US's longest running medical drama, has achieved just that.