'DOCTOR WHO' Stars Matt Smith & Jenna Coleman On What They'll Miss The Most
They still a bit of ways to go in their respective roles on BBC's "Doctor Who" but stars Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman look ahead to Smith's departure and what they'll miss the most when he's gone.
The seventh series of the popular and long running British science fiction television series Doctor Who aired from September 2012 to May 2013, with a brief hiatus splitting the series into two parts. The series was broadcast concurrently on BBC One in the United Kingdom and BBC America in the United States. Doctor Who's seventh series was the show's third and final series in which Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill played the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor and his companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams respectively. Karen Gillan's Pond was replaced by Jenna-Louise Coleman who co-stars as Clara Oswald. While Smith is moving on, Series 8 will see Steven Moffat return as series writer and the feature of iconic adversaries the Ice Warriors and the Daleks. The eighth series is planned to start filming in September 2013 with new episodes airing in 2014.
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