Doctor Who: The Matt Smith Years boxset will be released on Blu-ray in the US in November.
The 16-disc set includes all of the Eleventh Doctor’s adventures from ‘The Eleventh Hour’ to ‘The Time of the Doctor’, and is presented in a collectible lay-flat book.
Special features included are the Doctor Who at the BBC Proms 2013, The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot and Matt Smith’s appearance in The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2010.
The boxset will be released in the US on Tuesday, 4th November 2014, priced $148.95.
Pre-order on Amazon.com.

Doctor Who: The Matt Smith Years boxset will be released on Blu-ray in the US in November.

The 16-disc set includes all of the Eleventh Doctor’s adventures from ‘The Eleventh Hour’ to ‘The Time of the Doctor’, and is presented in a collectible lay-flat book.

Special features included are the Doctor Who at the BBC Proms 2013, The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot and Matt Smith’s appearance in The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2010.

The boxset will be released in the US on Tuesday, 4th November 2014, priced $148.95.

Pre-order on Amazon.com.

Steven Moffat has said the surprise cameo “felt utterly right” for ‘Deep Breath’.

WARNING: The following story contains spoilers!

Speaking on the surprise cameo of Matt Smith’s Doctor, he said: “It just felt utterly right for what we were planning for Peter’s Doctor - and right for Matt’s Doctor that he would think of that as he was just about ready to go out the door. And you think, well it’s never been done before - why not?”

“I did wonder. I wondered when we sat in the cutting room, ‘Does this seem strange?’ And then you remember you’re making Doctor Who and you go, ‘Yes this does seem strange - that’s absolutely fine!’”

Moffat also confirmed that the scene was shot during filming of the 2013 Christmas Special: “We shot that on the set of ‘The Time of the Doctor’, which meant I had to write that scene first and then fill in some gumph about clockwork robots.”

Capaldi also commented on the cameo: “I love Matt, I think he’s fantastic. He had a great kind of wisdom about him; he had this great combination of youthfulness and this very old soul, which is very unique, so I was delighted that he showed up.”

Doctor Who Series 8 continues on Saturday, 30th August at 7:30pm on BBC One.

Steven Moffat has said the surprise cameo “felt utterly right” for ‘Deep Breath’.

WARNING: The following story contains spoilers!

Speaking on the surprise cameo of Matt Smith’s Doctor, he said: “It just felt utterly right for what we were planning for Peter’s Doctor - and right for Matt’s Doctor that he would think of that as he was just about ready to go out the door. And you think, well it’s never been done before - why not?”

“I did wonder. I wondered when we sat in the cutting room, ‘Does this seem strange?’ And then you remember you’re making Doctor Who and you go, ‘Yes this does seem strange - that’s absolutely fine!’”

Moffat also confirmed that the scene was shot during filming of the 2013 Christmas Special: “We shot that on the set of ‘The Time of the Doctor’, which meant I had to write that scene first and then fill in some gumph about clockwork robots.”

Capaldi also commented on the cameo: “I love Matt, I think he’s fantastic. He had a great kind of wisdom about him; he had this great combination of youthfulness and this very old soul, which is very unique, so I was delighted that he showed up.”

Doctor Who Series 8 continues on Saturday, 30th August at 7:30pm on BBC One.

Peter Capaldi has admitted that he initially thought he was too old be the Twelfth Doctor.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Capaldi said that he expected Matt Smith to be replaced by an actor who is more of a similar age.

“I wouldn’t have thought it would be me - because of my age,” he confessed. “I would have thought they were automatically heading younger.”

However, he added: “I’m technically too young for the part, because he’s over 2,000 years old.”

Doctor Who Series 8 will begin on Saturday, 23rd August on BBC One.

Peter Capaldi has admitted that he initially thought he was too old be the Twelfth Doctor.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Capaldi said that he expected Matt Smith to be replaced by an actor who is more of a similar age.

“I wouldn’t have thought it would be me - because of my age,” he confessed. “I would have thought they were automatically heading younger.”

However, he added: “I’m technically too young for the part, because he’s over 2,000 years old.”

Doctor Who Series 8 will begin on Saturday, 23rd August on BBC One.

eBay has compiled a list of the top 10 Doctors in order of merchandise sales.
Top of the list is Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, whose 7 year run created enough memorabilia to outsell the other Doctors by 203%. 
The more recent Doctors, David Tennant and Matt Smith fall into 2nd and 3rd place, while Peter Capaldi is down in 10th place.
Here is the list of the top 10 Doctors in order of sales:
1. Tom Baker2. David Tennant3. Matt Smith4. William Hartnell5. Paul McGann6. Patrick Troughton7. Sylvester McCoy8. Colin Baker9. Peter Davison10. Peter Capaldi
eBay spokesperson, Laura Wilkinson-Rea said: “It really speaks to Tom Baker’s iconic Doctor Who status that he continues to outsell the other Doctors. It also seems like the Universe is safe for now as the Doctors are far outselling the baddies.
“For example, ebay.co.uk currently lists 200,000 items of Doctor Who merchandise - totally dwarfing the Dalek’s 14,000. We’d be fascinated to see what spin Malcolm Tucker would put on this!”

eBay has compiled a list of the top 10 Doctors in order of merchandise sales.

Top of the list is Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, whose 7 year run created enough memorabilia to outsell the other Doctors by 203%. 

The more recent Doctors, David Tennant and Matt Smith fall into 2nd and 3rd place, while Peter Capaldi is down in 10th place.

Here is the list of the top 10 Doctors in order of sales:

1. Tom Baker
2. David Tennant
3. Matt Smith
4. William Hartnell
5. Paul McGann
6. Patrick Troughton
7. Sylvester McCoy
8. Colin Baker
9. Peter Davison
10. Peter Capaldi

eBay spokesperson, Laura Wilkinson-Rea said: “It really speaks to Tom Baker’s iconic Doctor Who status that he continues to outsell the other Doctors. It also seems like the Universe is safe for now as the Doctors are far outselling the baddies.

“For example, ebay.co.uk currently lists 200,000 items of Doctor Who merchandise - totally dwarfing the Dalek’s 14,000. We’d be fascinated to see what spin Malcolm Tucker would put on this!”

‘The Day of the Doctor’ was the most viewed drama on the BBC in 2013.

The 50th Anniversary Special was watched by an average of 12.8 million viewers on BBC One in the UK, with an additional 3.2 million requests on BBC iPlayer.

The 75-minute special was shown on TV in 98 countries and was broadcast in 15 languages. It also sold 649,138 cinema tickets in 25 countries.

More info from the BBC’s Annual Report can be found here.

‘The Day of the Doctor’ was the most viewed drama on the BBC in 2013.

The 50th Anniversary Special was watched by an average of 12.8 million viewers on BBC One in the UK, with an additional 3.2 million requests on BBC iPlayer.

The 75-minute special was shown on TV in 98 countries and was broadcast in 15 languages. It also sold 649,138 cinema tickets in 25 countries.

More info from the BBC’s Annual Report can be found here.