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As with Star Trek, the fans wouldn't let it die. All around the world, they lobbied for its return. Actors from the series willingly participated in audio dramas (sold on CD) that continued the Doctor's adventures. The line of Doctor Who books expanded. In 1996, FOX-TV and the BBC co-produced a made-for-TV Doctor Who movie that was intended to be a "back door" pilot for a new series. However, American audiences were lukewarm to the production (which was placed in the unenviable position of airing opposite the series finale of Roseanne) and it became a one-off outing. Doctor Who returned to hibernation.


Rumor has it that season 3 will debut on SciFi in early July, shortly after it ends its run on the BBC. Die-hard fans, however, will not wait that long. In this era of on-demand viewing for programs with die-hard fan bases, any delay is unacceptable. Within 24 hours after anything has been broadcast somewhere in the world, it will be available to everyone. New Who episodes are widely circulated via Bit Torrent and YouTube shortly after their Saturday evening airings on BBC1. Roughly 50,000 U.S. fans download the Doctor's latest adventures every Saturday night. (The number doesn't substantially impact SciFi's ratings, as it represents only about 3% of Doctor Who's audience, and there's good reason to believe many fans who have downloaded the episodes still watch them on SciFi and buy the DVDs - this is one reason why neither the BBC nor SciFi has become aggressive in killing Who torrents and YouTube postings.)


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