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New foes set for Doctor Who Series 7
via Radio Times:

The Doctor Who and Sherlock writer says viewers develop a connection  with villains when they first meet them and that continually bringing  them back can hamper a show’s growth.
“One of the temptations,  particularly if it’s a success is to keep repeating your hits, which  means you hear it again and again and again,” said Moffat.
“I always say new monsters are better in Doctor Who because you fall in love with monsters when they’re new,” he told Le Village.
It’s  an admission that may surprise some viewers, given that Moffat  resurrected the Daleks within three episodes of having taken over the  show for its 2010 series, but it suggests the Doctor will be facing some  new foes in series seven.


Ugh, Can you say Daleks? They went from being abso-fucking-loutely terrifying to the Doctor in s1’05 to being a joke to the Donna!Doctor and Human!Ten at the end of s4. doctorwho:

New foes set for Doctor Who Series 7
via Radio Times:

The Doctor Who and Sherlock writer says viewers develop a connection  with villains when they first meet them and that continually bringing  them back can hamper a show’s growth.
“One of the temptations,  particularly if it’s a success is to keep repeating your hits, which  means you hear it again and again and again,” said Moffat.
“I always say new monsters are better in Doctor Who because you fall in love with monsters when they’re new,” he told Le Village.
It’s  an admission that may surprise some viewers, given that Moffat  resurrected the Daleks within three episodes of having taken over the  show for its 2010 series, but it suggests the Doctor will be facing some  new foes in series seven.


Ugh, Can you say Daleks? They went from being abso-fucking-loutely terrifying to the Doctor in s1’05 to being a joke to the Donna!Doctor and Human!Ten at the end of s4. doctorwho:

New foes set for Doctor Who Series 7
via Radio Times:

The Doctor Who and Sherlock writer says viewers develop a connection  with villains when they first meet them and that continually bringing  them back can hamper a show’s growth.
“One of the temptations,  particularly if it’s a success is to keep repeating your hits, which  means you hear it again and again and again,” said Moffat.
“I always say new monsters are better in Doctor Who because you fall in love with monsters when they’re new,” he told Le Village.
It’s  an admission that may surprise some viewers, given that Moffat  resurrected the Daleks within three episodes of having taken over the  show for its 2010 series, but it suggests the Doctor will be facing some  new foes in series seven.


Ugh, Can you say Daleks? They went from being abso-fucking-loutely terrifying to the Doctor in s1’05 to being a joke to the Donna!Doctor and Human!Ten at the end of s4. 

doctorwho:

New foes set for Doctor Who Series 7

via Radio Times:

The Doctor Who and Sherlock writer says viewers develop a connection with villains when they first meet them and that continually bringing them back can hamper a show’s growth.

“One of the temptations, particularly if it’s a success is to keep repeating your hits, which means you hear it again and again and again,” said Moffat.

“I always say new monsters are better in Doctor Who because you fall in love with monsters when they’re new,” he told Le Village.

It’s an admission that may surprise some viewers, given that Moffat resurrected the Daleks within three episodes of having taken over the show for its 2010 series, but it suggests the Doctor will be facing some new foes in series seven.

Ugh, Can you say Daleks? They went from being abso-fucking-loutely terrifying to the Doctor in s1’05 to being a joke to the Donna!Doctor and Human!Ten at the end of s4. 



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    good I love his monsters. Daleks and Cybermen are only slightly scary but the weeping angels, the Vasta Nerada, and the...
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    Because Moffat isn’t content with scaring the crap out of us all with two psychological horror monsters.
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    This ^ Argh Moffat ¬¬
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    Ugh, Can you say Daleks? They went from being abso-fucking-loutely terrifying to the Doctor in s1’05 to being a joke to...
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    But he only brought back the Daleks for one episode out of two seasons. (Granted they were in the Pandorica episode but...
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    Not surprising. If you’re a Doctor Who fanboy, you WANT to write the classic villans you love. If you get the chance to...
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    He’s right to a point, but don’t get rid of all the classics. Daleks, Cybermen Krylitanes, the list of classic foes goes...