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Here’s are seven things you need to know about BBC Three’s move online – and what that means for your favourite shows.
1) It’s still making new content The BBC have been keen to stress that the original British comedy, documentaries and dramas that BBC Three was well known for are still being made – and it will all be available on the i Player-powered BBC Three website.
Class is the first BBC-produced Doctor Who spin-off series since The Sarah Jane Adventures ended in 2011.
Created by Patrick Ness, who, by his own account, is writing all 8 episodes of the first series, which first appeared in Doctor Who's very first episode as the school Susan attended in 1963.
And they said, well we have this idea for setting a spin-off in a school. It's been fantastic, I've got six weeks of filming to go. It's going well." On 7 September 2017, Radio Times spoke to BBC3 controller Damian Kavanagh about a future return of Class, in which Kavanagh said: "No, no.
The cast are great, and it's been a fantastic experience. There was nothing wrong with it, I thought Patrick [Ness] did a great job, he explored an amazing world.
But in this year of solemn remembrance, that’s not quite the point, is it?
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Ness told that given the recent Orlando shootings, riots caused by homophobia, over the weekend, it seemed less important to keep that a secret.
Obviously, some changes were necessary; there was a distinct lack of helmet-mounted cameras and You Tube videos between the years of 19.
The result – Our World War (BBC Three, Thursday) – was a reconstruction of real-life events, using actors and special effects, rather than archive footage as a window into the events themselves. When making a fact-based drama about a real war, a number of moral quandaries pose themselves.
In an interview for Doctor Who Magazine #502, Steven Moffat told: "My boys are both teenagers, of course, so I'm quite excited to see what they'll make of Class, which has a lot of great stuff for that age group.
Well, for every age group, but thanks to Patrick Ness, it captures that teenage world with great poignancy and wit." Patrick Ness revealed to Radio Times, on 29 July 2016, that the idea for Class started up with the rejection of a Doctor Who episode; "At first they asked me to write an episode of Doctor Who, and I said it's a brilliant show, but I've just spent so much time doing work for other people, and I really want to do something of my own.
6) You can still watch Don’t Tell The Bride – for now Good news – if you’re suffering withdrawals from the endlessly watchable Don’t Tell The Bride, there’s an online box set of episode available for the next month.