God bless you, Steven Moffatt!
The incoming producer is taking "Doctor Who" old school next year
with the return of the current Doctor's face to the opening credits.
If there was one thing that disappointed me about the revived "Doctor Who" it was the lack of the Doctor in the opening credits. I could see not doing it for just one season for Christopher Eccelston, but why they didn't do it for David Tennant's era is beyond me.
The Doctor's visage in the credits was part of the show from 1966 to 1989. And to hear it's coming back it exciting...plus it means we'll get a new title credits sequence in the Moffatt era.
Every single bit of news I hear about the Moffatt era gets me more and more excited about finally putting the Russell T. Davies produced era in the rear-view mirror. I am glad Davies brought the show back and has made it such a phenomenon. But I'm really ready for a season finale that lives up to expectations and scripts that don't feel like first-drafts.....
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posted by Michael Hickerson at 6/03/2009 04:30:00 PM