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RIGHT HERE, LADIES AND GENTS, IS THE FULL EPISODE OF SHERLOCK THAT JUST AIRED JAN 1ST. REBLOG IT EVEN IF YOU HAVE SEEN IT SO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT CAN COME ACROSS IT! 

It was a life saver for me finding it because the live stream link was very busy so it had to buffer and the screen was disfigured so here to anyone who missed it or just wasnt able to see it all the way through. Thanks!!

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And they’ll be bigger on the inside!

To prepare for the new season of Doctor Who we’re spending 6 weeks taking a look back at some of the most essential episodes from New Who, hosted by Hannah Hart! Join us for our first look back with ‘Blink’ on August 15th at 8/7c.

Doctor Who returns​ with a new season on September 19 at 9/8c! 

Having the time of their lives, the Doctor and Clara embark on reckless adventures in all of space and time in the new season of BBC AMERICA’s Doctor Who starting Saturday, September 19, 9:00pm ET. The hit time travel series returns with a two-parter, The Magician’s Apprentice and The Witch’s Familiar, written by lead writer and showrunner Steven Moffat and directed by Hettie Macdonald (director of award-winning Doctor Who episode Blink with Carey Mulligan).

In Peter Capaldi’s second season at the helm of the TARDIS, the series sees the Doctor and Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) going on a journey that takes them to deadly alien planets, creepy underwater bases, Viking villages, a global Zygon uprising, and through hidden alien dens, to the very end of time itself. Meeting monsters old and new, the Doctor will come face to face with Missy (Michelle Gomez), a city of Daleks, deadly mercenaries called the Mire, terrifying ghosts and more. 

The new season has been written by lead writer Steven Moffat, Toby Whithouse, Jamie Mathieson, Peter Harness, Mark Gatiss, and new writers to Doctor Who - Sarah Dollard and Catherine Tregenna; directed by Hettie Macdonald, Daniel O’Hara, Ed Bazalgette, Daniel Nettheim, Justin Molotnikov, Rachel Talalay; and produced by Tracie Simpson, Derek Ritchie, Nikki Wilson and Peter Bennett. 

10 Things You May Not Know About ‘Blink’

The first episode in BBC AMERICA’s The Doctor’s Finest selection of Doctor Who episodes airs this Saturday, August 15: the classic 2007 episode “Blink.” Starring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and Carey Mulligan as Sally Sparrow, this unusual episode is one of the most popular and critically-acclaimed Doctor Who stories ever made. In advance of the episode showing, here are 10 facts we’ve dug up about it that you may not have heard before:

1. The episode was the third story of the revived Doctor Who to be based on something previously written for spin-off material. After season 1’s “Dalek” had been adapted somewhat loosely from the Big Finish play Jubilee, and “Human Nature” a rather more faithful take on the Seventh Doctor novel of the same name, “Blink” was adapted by Steven Moffat from a short story he’d written for the 2006 Doctor Who Annual book, titled “What I Did On My Summer Holidays, By Sally Sparrow.”

2. Moffat was originally tapped by Russell T. Davies to write the “Daleks in Manhattan” two-parter for season 3, but work commitments elsewhere left him unable to work on that story. As he later explained to Doctor Who Magazine, he then volunteered instead to write that year’s “Doctor-lite” episode to compensate. These stories, shot simultaneously alongside another episode with a secondary crew, barely featured the Doctor and his companion, and were designed to allow for production of 14 episodes per year rather than the original 13.

3. Moffat had actually intended that the Weeping Angels would be the monster in his season 4 story, “Silence in the Library,” but after deciding to adapt the “Sally Sparrow” story, which had no villain in its original form, he decided to repurpose the idea. The Angels were based partly on the childhood game “Statues” and partly on a visit to a graveyard during a family holiday.

To read the rest of the list, check out the Anglophenia article over here