[WhatCulture!] - Not only because of the presence of the archetypal returning foe, in the shape of the Daleks, but also because of the shenanigans involving Jenna Louise Coleman, and the ongoing Rory/Amy soap opera, Asylum of the Daleks, good as it was, felt much more
[The Guardian (blog)] your own for too long," was genuinely moving. And fans can't help but worry about what's going to happen to the Doctor when Amy's gone. Because given that she's a blown-up Dalek, Jenna-Louise Coleman's Oswin isn't going to be much immediate use.
[The Independent] - With the departure of such well-loved companions, fans will be left wondering if the former Emmerdale actress Jenna-Louise Coleman, who is to take over as the new assistant, will have the personality to match her predecessors. Will she exude panache
[The Doctor Who News Page] - The first episode of the two-part BBC Four adaptation of Room At The Top starring Jenna-Louise Coleman as Susan Brown is set to air during the week beginning Saturday 22nd September. The drama, which co-stars Kevin McNally, was made in and
[Doctor Who UK Webzine] - We at Kasterborous are all very excited to see this, not only for the rich nature of the story but also to experience more of Jenna-Louise Coleman's varied and talented performances that she's shown she can offer. Starring Matthew McNulty as Joe
[Impact Magazine] - Jenna-Louise Coleman will return later on in the series after her short-lived but impressive appearance as Oswin Oswald in the season seven premiere last Saturday, to replace the Ponds as the Doctor's latest companion and she certainly has a tough act
[Doctor Who UK Webzine] - She also revealed that she's been in contact with the actress who plays the Doctor's latest companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman. And what does she do with this contact? She tells her things about Matt Smith, of course. I've met Jenna and we get on really well.
[Doctor Who UK Webzine] - Yes, this series would have a huge amount to cover, including the exit of the Ponds, the return of every Dalek ever, and the introduction of Jenna-Louise Coleman as the Doctor's new companion. And yes, there will always be an audience who want to
[Doctor Who UK Webzine] - The Mirror brought us images of the bodacious new companion (the character's name is unconfirmed at present but heavily rumoured to be Clara Oswin) Jenna-Louise Coleman, running in a red basque (as insistently pointed out by one of their readers in the