Moffat’s Series 6 Preview
Here’s some highlights from Steven Moffat’s preview of Doctor Who Series 6, from the Radio Times.
On Series 6 overall:
The Silence, the unseen enemy who blew up his TARDIS last year, have laid deeper plans and set the deadliest trap of all – one that has been ticking away in the Doctor’s life for longer than anyone knows.
Newlyweds Amy and Rory are caught up in a century-spanning scheme, and somewhere out there, in a storm-lashed prison, River Song is getting ready to tell the Doctor something that will change his life for ever.
By Lake Silencio, on the Plain of Sighs, a story will begin and end. A good man is going to die, an impossible life will begin, and our heroes will set out on the long road to the deadliest secret in the universe – and when it stares you in the face, you might just discover you’ve known about it all along.
On The Doctor’s Wife:
“Fear me – I’ve killed hundreds of Time Lords,” “Fear me – I’ve killed all of them.” Remember those lines from the trailer? Well this is [the episode] they come from.
On The Rebel Flesh and The Almost People:
On A Good Man Goes to War:
“Want to find the most dangerous place in the universe? Easy. Harm a hair on Amy’s head and just wait. But as the last of the Time Lords and the Lone Centurion blaze across galaxies to save the woman in both their lives, history is unfolding. In her cell, in Stormcage, River Song knows the time has come at last. She has a secret and this is the day she tells it. The battle of Demons Run has begun and the Doctor’s darkest hour is now.”
The full preview is in the new issue of the Radio Times, out now.