Monday, 3 September 2012

Doctor Who Wins Hugo Award for The Doctor's Wife

Neil Gaiman, who wrote The Doctor's Wife, won a Hugo Award last night and announced some news we were all wanting.

As well as picking up the award, Neil announced he is working on his second Doctor Who story, which will likely transmit next year.
When receiving the award, he said: "Only a fool or a mad man would try to do it again . . . so I'm on the third draft."

The Doctor's Wife, directed by Richard Clark, also won the 2011 Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation in this year's Nebula Awards and is certain fans favourite.

This is the 6th Hugo Award for Doctor Who since it's revival in 2005.

1 comment :

The Gene Genie said...

I think his episode is a little bit overrated, and episodes like The God Complex aren't really getting the appreciation they need.