The BBC have released and aired a new trailer for Series 7b featuring clips from seemingly all the episodes that will air after March 30th on the BBC. A date has not been specified by the ABC in Australia, but will probably be the Saturday of the next week. You can watch the trailer in the player below and also follow this link to check out the BBC America alternate trailer.
Details surrounding the episode titles for the upcoming series have also solidified. Currently the running order looks like this: (note: titles can change right up to the final minute.)
7.07 – The Bells of St John, Steven Moffat
The urban thriller that re-introduces Clara Oswin and poses the question: what’s lurking in the wifi.
7.08 – The Rings of Akhaten, Neil Cross
A full out alien world.
7.09 – Cold War, Mark Gatiss
The return of the Ice Warriors on a Russian submarine.
7.10 – Hide, Neil Cross
A horror style ghost story.
7.11 – Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS, Steve Thompson
We get to see more of the TARDIS than ever before…
7.12 – The Crimson Horror, Mark Gatiss
Featuring Diana Rigg as a ‘witchy old woman’.
7.13 – The Last Cyberman, Neil Gaiman
The Cybermen are scare again, thanks to renowned writer Neil Gaiman.
7.14 – TBA, Steven Moffat
A seriously fan boy pleasing finale. “I am the Doctor, and I am afraid”…
Matt Smith has also talked recently about the 50th Anniversary, giving away a few hints.
“I have read the script and Steven is on fine form. It won’t disappoint. It will be undoubtedly the biggest and the best. And it will be one of the most exciting years for the show. With 3D, Steven (Moffat) is so clever. He doesn’t just throw things at the screen, I’d get bored then. You might see London. The thing is with Who, you will understand it more when you have seen it, but ‘paintings’ – that is all I am saying. Steven is gonna whup me tomorrow.”
“I go and I do the anniversary special, then I go away for a bit and then I come back and do the Christmas special.” And Beyond that? “It’s one of those jobs that you have to take year by year, it’s ten months a year, it’s all-consuming. So I don’t think you can plan five or six years ahead, or even two years ahead. It’s a year by year thing and at the moment it’s 2013 and we’ll see what 2014 holds.”
Commenting on whether old Doctor’s would make a return, Smith said:
“If I told you, I’d have to kill you!”
Source: BBC and BBC America
Matt Smith Interviewed on The Jonathan Ross Show