As we approach the premiere date for the return of Doctor Who, news about the second half of season seven comes more and more quickly. Today BBC One released fifteen new images from the first episode of season seven, part two, “The Bells of St. John.”
On top of that, DoctorWhoTV has shared the first full clip from the episode. This clip was shown during Matt Smith’s interview on The Jonathan Ross Show (A talk show in the UK). In it we see that the Doctor has landed the TARDIS in a very unusual place.
“I’m the Doctor, I’m an alien from outer space, I’m a thousand years old, I’ve got two hearts and I can’t fly a plane! Can you?” It’s good to know the show will remain as quote-worthy as ever.
One short clip not enough for you? Well, fine. How ’bout a whole passel o’ pictures, then? Check out the gallery below for fifteen stills taken from “The Bells of St. John” and just released today. They still have that new-episode smell.[nggallery id=98]
If you have yet to see the trailers for the upcoming new episodes, be sure to check out “UPDATE – Brand New Doctor Who Season 7.5 Trailers Are Out!” and for images from the first four episodes of 2013 click on over to “Check Out 14 Just-Released Images From Doctor Who Series 72!”
(Yeah, I tend to get all exclamationy when it comes to Doctor Who. Just think of them as periods wearing really tall fezzes.)
Doctor Who season 7, part 2 will begin airing on both BBC One and BBC America on Saturday, March 30. If you’re in the States, BBC America begins airing those all-new episodes at 8/7c followed by their brand new original thriller Orphan Black.