Doctor Who New Opening Title Sequence

This new opening title sequence premiered in the 2012 Christmas Special, “The Snowmen”.

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The Doctor as Sherlock Holmes in the Christmas Special 2012

When the Doctor, the Time Lord, met sinister Doctor Simeon he pretended to be… Sherlock Holmes. The scene is from The Snowmen, Doctor Who Christmas special episode 2012.

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Inside the new TARDIS in the Snowmen, Doctor Who Christmas Special 2012

Most of the people says that the Tardis is bigger on the inside, and that’s always all the time. But… that not happen every time. The sequence is taken from the Snowmen, the Christmas Special episode from 2012, when the Doctor takes Clara inside the Tardis.

It’s the first time we all see the new look, even if it was announced some time ago.
“It’s called the TARDIS. It can travel anywhere in time and space. And it’s mine!”

“But this… Look at this…”

“Go on, say it. Most people do…”

“It’s smaller on the outside.”

“This is the day, this is the day, this is the day everything begins!”

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‘The Snowmen’, Doctor Who Christmas Special 2012, Behind the Scenes

Well… I hope you are satisfied about this year’s Christmas Special episode. I had some surprises, some fun, some mystery… and the Doctor. Let’s all take a peak to Jenna-Louise Coleman and Matt Smith film their first Christmas Special together…

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Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman on ‘The Snowmen’ Christmas Special – BBC One

Let’s watch Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman discuss the 2012 Christmas Special, the Snowmen… the tomorrow episode.

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The Snowmen Exclusive Sneak Peek BBC America

You may have watched the Doctor Who prequels or sneak peek from Graham Norton Show… anyway, here it is a new peek from the tomorrow episode: The Snowman. It contains interviews with Matt Smith (the Eleventh Doctor) and his new companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman (Clara), and the Executive Producer/Lead Writer Steven Moffat.

Discover what a Christmas Special is like for a character who “every day… wakes up like it’s Christmas.” And find out how the Doctor has changed since he lost the Ponds in “The Angels Take Manhattan” and what shakes him out of “Scrooge-mode”!

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Doctor Who: ‘The Snowmen’ teaser two – Christmas Special

In this second Doctor Who teaser Jenny and Vastra confront the sinister Doctor Simeon. Enjoy, waiting the tomorrow episode broadcast on BBC One and BBC America.

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Matt Smith interviews Jenna-Louise Coleman

Let’s take a peek behind the scenes of this year Christmas Special, The Snowmen, with Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman.

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Steven Moffat on The Snowmen – Radio 2 – December 2012

Long story short: Steven Moffat’s interview on The Snowmen, Radio 2, December 2012

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The Snowmen Prequel: Vastra Investigates – Doctor Who Christmas Special 2012 – BBC One

A week before Christmas the Doctor Who special prequels started to appear. Madame Vastra and her companions investigate a Victorian murder. But where is the Doctor?

Remember to watch the Snowmen:

BBC One – Christmas Day 5.15pm
BBC America – Christmas Day 9pm
Space (Canada) – Christmas Day 9pm
ABC (Australia) – Boxing Day 7.30pm
Prime (New Zealand) – Boxing Day 8.30pm
Fox (Germany) – Boxing Day (time TBA)

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Exclusive Doctor Who: The snowmen, BBC America Trailer Xmas 2012

9 more day until Christmas… and the Doctor Who Christmas special episode. The following video is the BBC America trailer for this year special “Doctor Who: The Snowmen.”

“Winter is coming, the last winter of humankind…”
“Did you make this snowman? ’cause it wasn’t there a second ago.”

Christmas Eve, 1892 and the falling snow is the stuff of fairy-tales.

When the fairy-tale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), calls on the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) for help. The problem is that the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe. The things will change, eventually… they always does.

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The Doctor is Sherlock! BBC Xmas Day Trailer The Snowmen Doctor Who

The characters of this video are changing fast, but it’s interesting to watch to the end. 😀 Enjoy.

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Doctor Who: The Snowmen – Christmas Special Trailer – BBC One Christmas 2012

I have nothing to comment about, I can only remind you there are less two weeks to Christmas… Enjoy the trailer, expect the Doctor Who special… 😀

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The Snowmen – New Galleries and Wallpapers on youtube

There are only about 3 weeks until the Doctor Who Christmas special episode: the Snowmen. Someone uploaded on youtube a video with new galleries of images and wallpapers about this episode.

The first gallery features images from the adventure itself whilst the second gallery showcases the Doctor, Clara and the sinister Doctor Simeon.

There are also a range of new festive wallpapers including one that’s especially for fans of Jenny and Vastra!

Doctor Who Christmas Special episode The Snowmen and BBC’s Wintry Wallpapers!

The cards are going up and the festive decorations are being dusted off… So now’s the time to make sure your computer screen is ready for Christmas!

The Doctor Who team from BBC posted five festive images from or relating to The Snowmen, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special episode. You can always choose from the Doctor and Clara, the sinister Doctor Simeon, the formidable trio of Vastra, Strax and Jenny or maybe even the stunning poster for this year’s Christmas Special.

The gallery with these pictures in different sizes is here.

The snowmen
The snowmen
The Doctor and Clara
The Doctor and Clara
Vastra, Strax and Jenny
Vastra, Strax and Jenny
The icy army!
The icy army!
Doctor Simeon
Doctor Simeon

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Doctor Who: The Snowmen – date and time confirmed for 2012 Christmas special

According to Radio Times and the BBC has confirmed, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special episode will air on Christmas Day at 5.15pm on BBC1 in an hour-long slot.

Jenna-Louise Coleman, the next Doctor Who companion, will play the role of governess Clara and she will teaming up with Math Smith, the Eleventh Doctor.

The official plot synopsis provides a few extra details of what we can expect:

“Christmas Eve 1892, and the falling snow is the stuff of fairytales.

When the fairytale becomes a nightmare and a chilling menace threatens Earth, an unorthodox young governess, Clara, calls on the Doctor for help. But the Doctor is in mourning, reclusive and determined not to engage in the problems of the universe. As old friends return, will the Doctor really abandon humankind or will he fight to save the world – and Christmas – from the icy clutches of this mysterious menace?”

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Images from BBC’s gallery taken from The Snowmen

The Doctor Who Christmas Special episode, the Snowmen, needs no presentation… it’s going to be broadcast less than a month from now and it’s hardly expected by… lots and lots of people. Some time ago BBC posted the first images from the episode.

The Doctor and his new companion, Clara, come face-to-face.
The Doctor and his new companion, Clara, come face-to-face.
I should like a hat like that!
I should like a hat like that!
From left to right, Vastra, Strax and Jenny.
From left to right, Vastra, Strax and Jenny.
Richard E Grant as Doctor Simeon.
Richard E Grant as Doctor Simeon.
The Scrooge-like Doctor.
The Scrooge-like Doctor.

The BBC’s gallery is here.

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Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman in The Snowmen

Less than a month from now Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman will star in the Doctor Who Christmas special episode: The Snowman. It’s a long time to wait, but until then let’s enjoy the next image.

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Doctor Who: The Snowmen – Christmas Special Trailer

After the Christmas Special prequel let’s take a look at the trailer for the Doctor Who Christmas Special Trail, introduced by Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman.

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