Doctor Who S11 reached its dramatic finale with 'The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos'. Here's our verdict on Jodie Whittaker's debut run as the Time Lord.
Jodie Whittaker and the gang bring us a slice of Nordic terror with a twist. But is it any good, this story in a Norwegian wood? Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 9, 'It Takes You Away'.
Jodie Whittaker and co meet aliens, witch hunters and King James I (Alan Cumming) in 17th century Lancashire. Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 8, 'The Witchfinders'.
Jodie Whittaker and the TARDIS crew go undercover inside the galaxy's biggest retailer. Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 7, 'Kerblam!'
Jodie Whittaker and friends' TARDIS journey took them on an emotional journey into the past. Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 6, 'Demons of the Punjab'.
Jodie Whittaker's latest adventure took her to a futuristic space hospital – but was the episode fighting fit, or flatlining? Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 5, 'The Tsuranga Conundrum'.
Jodie Whittaker's latest TARDIS trip took her to 1950s Alabama. Here's everything you need to know about Doctor Who S11 episode 3, 'Rosa'.
Science-fiction flicks packed out cinemas in 2017, with Star Wars: The Last Jedi taking the overall box office crown.2018 looks set to be just as space-agey, with plenty of science-fiction flicks scheduled to get fans of spaceships, super-suits, robots and aliens occupied for the next 12 months.Here’s our run-down of the films we’re most excited about.Read moreThe most exciting new movies of 2018Upcoming actors who will be huge in 201817 horror movies to look forward to in 2018
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It’s been 50 years since Captain James T Kirk and pointy-eared pal Spock first strode onto our television screens, bringing us wide-eyed Apollo-era optimism, the world’s first interracial TV snog and furry space critters named Tribbles. It would be another 13 years, in the wake of Star Wars’ spectacular box office success, before the crew of the Enterprise made it to the big screen with 1979’s middling ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’. Since then there have been a round dozen films in total, with a 13th, the Simon Pegg-penned ‘Star Trek: Beyond’, due to hit multiplexes later this month.