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Traveling through time and space & Doing timey wimy stuff.

“I used to be the Caretaker here… You remember me yeah…?” The Doctor…

Since the departure of the “Sarah Jane Adventures” on BBC three, with the passing of the late Elisabeth Sladen whom plays Sarah Jane Smith still a Companion of the Doctor once adventured  in Time and Space on the TARDIS, Doctor Who, now but residing with adventurously in the British suburbs with another Doctor’s Companion K-9 also with her fellow friends  battling it out without the  Doctor’s intervention but comes in every now and then…

Ever since the show departure, there’s been a vacancy spot in that spin off genre and premise.. in its replacement of that vacancy “CLASS” featuring on BBC 3 featuring back to the very old neighbouring old days of where we see the Doctor, his granddaughter Susan Foreman, The Tardis, also the other two companions, the teachers of Susan whom travelled with the Doctor… in that very first generation episode of “The Unearthly Child”.. So this time we’ve been taken back to Coal Hill, where Clara Owsin Oswald- Jenna Coleman taught in Coal Hill High, now probably now an Academy…

The premise takes place in Coal Hill Academy, where it all began in 1963, or the present place actually, with a group of students from the academy sort off noticing strange things, anomalies, shadows are occurring within the confines of the neighborhood where  thinking this series takes places decade or more or less after when Clara left off from the Trap Street, Raven incident…  it sets around with a group of teenagers in their late senior years of sixth form, where they have to deal with everyday common teenage attributes, friends, parents, homework, girlfriends, boyfriends issues, sex… also noticing the walls of Time and Space have stretch so thinly at Coal Hill, noticing it more is Physic Teacher Ms Quill-Katherine Kelly..  With Nigel Betts whom reprises role as Mr Armitage whom was from Into the Daleks episode among with more of The Caretaker, and Dark Water…….This series takes on real life issues, also written just as darkly as Joss Wheldon’s Buffy the vampire slayer writing style where it’s penned, written darker than any other teenage premise series, like it penned written like Steven Moffatt’s Sherlock, and Mr Hyde.. yes that Darken written..

The series in which is set to air, screen on BBC three on 22 October 2016 –For Tonight we might Die, with the following The couch with the Dragon Tattoo, written by Patrick Ness….. for a eight episode series…  then following will be screen on BBC one..

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