Doctor Who: in safe hands

On the basis of tonight’s episode, the future of the series is in very safe hands. The conclusion to Steven Moffat’s two-parter was a corker: scary and sad in equal measures, with more than a few echoes of his two-parter from season one. If Steven can keep up this standard of intelligent, funny and disturbing storytelling, we’re in for a treat.


Steven Moffat, who will soon replace Russell T. Davies as executive producer and chief writer on Doctor Who

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