Steven Moffat Calls Cancellation of 'Doctor Who: Confidential' a "Bad Decision"

Posted By: Matt McGloin
10/24/2011 - 12:14pm

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picDoctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat blasted the BBC's decision to cancel Doctor Who: Confidential in the recent issue of Doctor Who Magazine.

“[It] seems hard to grasp. All shows have their time, and all shows end, but not, in all sanity, while people still watch and love them […] I’m not supposed to say it, but I’m going to anyway: bad day, bad decision,” reports the Digital Journal.

Apparently the reasoning behind the BBC's decision to cancel the popular Who series, is to do more original shows, with the Digital Journal listing a bunch of reality based ones. In addition, they cite numerous creators who support DWC, as well.

You can check out a "Save DWC" online petition with over 47,000 "signatures." It's up for only a few more days, go add your support

Fans in the U.S. can find a copy of the Doctor Who Magazine at local comic shops.

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