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We need a Whovian thread for all Whovian stuff all the time! I'll start this off by posing a query in the final episode of the first season of Doctor Who there is this exchange between Rose and the Doctor. Rose: there was this singing Doctor: That's right I sang a song and the Dalek's ran away now on the surface this could just be a joke meaning that the Doctor can't sing... but I wonder if maybe it's a possible Macross reference. I mean Macross 7 or something ^^. But maybe not... to me it just made me think of Macross 7.... "listen to the Doctor's song!" But seriously now... I loved the new series and i'm kinda sad to see the 10th Doctor go... I don't like the new one so far but maybe he'll grow on me (but ooh his voice is so bad.) Everyone else like the first season?
Timeless is the latest TV series to involve time travel. In this series, three people chase after a master criminal who is using a stolen time machine to change American history. It is created by Eric Kripke (Revolution, Supernatural) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield, Last Resort) and stars Abigail Spencer (Alice in Cowboys & Aliens, May in Oz the Great and Powerful), Matt Lanter (Anakin in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Liam in 90210), Malcolm Barrett (Sgt. Foster in The Hurt Locker), Sakina Jaffrey (Linda in House of Cards, Dr. Hickman in Third Watch), Paterson Joseph (Wes Leyton in Law & Order: UK, Mark in Casual+y), Claudia Doumit, and Goran Višnjić (Dr. Kovač in ER, Armansky in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), with recurring appearances by Matt "Max Headroom" Frewer. Timeless premiered on October 3 on NBC and has been receiving positive reviews. Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 84% - "Sometimes goofy but consistently entertaining, Timeless is a fun throwback action series with a kooky premise that's worth a watch." Metacritic Score: 65 out of 100
Travelers: Jigen Keisatsu (トラベラーズ 次元警察) is an upcoming low-budget Japanese sci-fi film starring three of the hottest tokusatsu actresses: Nao Nagasawa (Nanami Nono/Hurricane Blue in Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger) as Ai Ayumi Kinoshita (Marika "Jasmine" Reimon/Deka Yellow in Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger) as Yui Yuko Takayama (Rinko Daimon in Kamen Rider Wizard) as Haruka Not much is known about this film, but it hits theaters in Japan on April 13. Official Site