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Gaiman Wins Hugo For Doctor's Wife And Teases New Episode

Author Neil Gaiman won a Hugo Award for The Doctor's Wife last night - and revealed that he was working on another Doctor Who script.

His Series 6 story won in the Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form category, beating four other nominations that included The Girl Who Waited, by Tom MacRae, and A Good Man Goes To War, by Steven Moffat.

During his acceptance speech, Gaiman said: "Only a fool or a mad man would try to do it again . . . so I'm on the third draft."

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Doctor Who Showrunner Was Asked to Helm 'British Marvel Show'

Doctor Who showrunner, Russell T. Davies, discusses his vague encounter with Marvel Studios and its mysterious British show.


The Sandman Review: The Series Stays True to Neil Gaiman's Comics With Its Gothic Dream King

The Sandman on Netflix is fantasy drama series that follows the Dream King, Morpheus as he tries to mend the cosmic and human world from destruction.

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Who is the next Doctor Who? The BBC makes it official

The 14th incarnation of the iconic titular character is finally here.

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