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Published On: Wed, May 1st, 2013

‘Doctor Who’ changes ‘forever’ after the finale says Steven Moffat, talks Whispermen

Doctor Who will change forever after this season’s dramatic finale, according to executive producer Steven Moffat. The Marysue.com featured some of the details revealed by Moffat, beginning with the new villain.

Name of the Doctor Who secret villain photoThe finale villain is an addition to the franchise called the Whispermen, Moffat said “The thought of stylish, whispering, almost faceless creatures was an idea that firstly scared me and that I thought would work well in an episode that looks forward and back.”

 In a new episode titled The Name of the Doctor, the villain isn’t what people are looking forward to anyway.

“[‘The Name of the Doctor’ will] change the course of Who forever… It’s full of surprises and questions that have never been answered in the history of Who, including the Doctor’s greatest secret.”

Fans are also clamoring over the secrets surrounding Clara the Impossible.

“…and there’s a surprise that no-one has got right so far,” Moffat said, dropping this intriguing tidbit. “Clara hasn’t just met the Doctor three times before.”

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    […] Predicting Doctor Who finales is a high-risk strategy. I remember sticking my neck out a long time ago and declaring that Lucy Saxon was Rose or Romana in disguise. But the promises that “The Name of the Doctor” will be a game-changer of epic proportions does invite such speculatio… […]

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