Change in Regenerations!?! *SPOILERS*
The Doctor is now IMMORTAL! (?)
I dont know who has heard this info but I definitely wanted to share it. I found these articles on Blastr which is a great site for new and awesome sci fi news.
Apparently the issue of 12 regenerations will be addressed in the Sarah Jane Adventures episode 'Death of the Doctor'. Thats right, they arent even addressing a major canon point on the Doctor's own show. I'll let you guys read the two articles but apparently the issue of 12 regens will be solved by a simple throw away line where the Doctor says there is no limit after being asked how many times he could.
Maybe he just tells Clyde this so that he wont worry about him? Because thatd be understandable and wont mess up Who canon.
If it is indeed true that they are changing t and there is no limit then I can only HOPE that they also address it sometime soon in Doctor Who and give a VERY good explanation to why there is no limit now (besides 'the show is doing well and we dont want to end it and stop getting money).
It's OFFICIAL: Doctor Who is now IMMORTAL
Why making Doctor Who immortal is a terrible mistake