Filming for the new series of Doctor Who seems to be in full swing from the amount of reports that have come out.
Seen something Doctor? Peter Capaldi up a tree at Bute Park in Cardiff.
Wales Online yesterday were reporting that Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman were seen in Bute Park, along with the TARDIS and even a Minotaur type creature. The Minotaur was last scene in the episode The God Complex. Capaldi is reported to have been climbing trees, looking through binoculars and covered in cuts and bruises.
Jenna meanwhile was bundled up and signing autographs for watching fans.
As per usual, details from the new series have been kept very under wraps so what it all means is unclear. From the little we have seen of the new Doctor, I am very intrigued.
So what do you think? What do you want from the new series of Doctor Who? Is there anything you don’t want to see? Leave a message below.
You can find more pictures from the filming of Doctor Who and even some behind the scenes tit bits from the filming of His Last Vow, the Sherlock finale from the last series, at the Wales Online article.
According to a Digital Spy article dated January 9th, whilst series 4 of Sherlock has not yet been confirmed by the BBC, it is expected to be announced soon. Airing to 8.77 million viewers around the UK, His Last Vow aired last night to great critical acclaim and saw the return of Sherlock’s nemesis, Moriarty saying, “missed me?”
Moffat says he and Gatiss have already planned out series 4 and 5 and, if given the green light by the BBC, will begin filming as soon as Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman’s schedules allow.
For more information, take a look at the Digital Spy article here: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s129/sherlock/news/a542627/sherlock-series-4-and-5-already-plotted-out-says-steven-moffat.html
UPDATE: It appears the BBC has indeed green lighted series 4 as the producers of Sherlock are being pressured to get the next series of Sherlock made in time for Christmas 2014. This is information is coming from the Daily Mail website: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2538467/Sherlock-time-Christmas-BBC-bosses-urge-producers-fast-track-new-episodes.html