• ‘Doctor Who': Is The Doctor Actually Banksy?

    22 days ago - By The Wrap

    (Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not seen the “Doctor Who” episode “Rosa” that aired Oct. 21.)
    This weekend's episode of “Doctor Who” included some solemn social commentary, as the Doctor and her companions landed in 1960s Alabama on the day that Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat at the front of a segregated bus. The Doctor, always hungering for justice, ruminates on the oppression of Jim Crow, while Ryan and Yasmin endure discrimination that, while horrible, isn't entirely unlike what they faced in 2018 London.
    Of course, this is still “Doctor Who,” and even amidst the...
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  • Doctor Who: The True Story of Rosa Parks

    Doctor Who: The True Story of Rosa Parks

    22 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Doctor Who season 11 episode 3, "Rosa" - Doctor Who tackled the story of Rosa Parks in a powerful episode, but was it historically accurate? Most of us are aware of the history of segregation in America. We know the names Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks, and what they stood for. Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall made a brave, bold choice to set an episode in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955, with the Doctor and her friends not trying to alter the course of history, but rather, letting it all play out exactly as intended. Writer Malorie Blackman didn't shy...
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