- Category: Entertainment
- Published on Monday, 20 June 2011 18:05
- Written by Lara Landis
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Doctor Who fans may have realized that there is some truth to the rumor that the world will end in 2012. The creative force behind the new adventures of the Time Lord and the BBC series Sherlock has announced that he will not have time to create full episodes of both. A lack of Doctor Who and the new Sherlock may hit some members of the Asexual community harder than it should have.
Steven Offbeat may have strained his relations with the British Broadcasting Corporation, as Beehivecity.com reports, but Doctor Who fans are more concerned that the full season of the new series will be split between 2012 and 2013. The fourteen episodes of the next Doctor Who season will air over two years. A minor conflict began when a BBC One story reported that Moffat was favoring production of the Sherlock show over the production of new Doctor Who episodes. Even American writer, Neil Gaiman, commented on the issue. Moffat said he would like to work on both, but that there are only so many hours of the day he can be awake.
Asexuals who subscribe to Netflix do not have to worry that they will be deprived of either show. Reruns of both series are available on the video retailers streaming online service.