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Mary Tamm passed away today at the age of 62 after an 18-month battle with cancer. Tamm played the Doctor's companion Romana, alongside Tom Baker. A phenomenal actress, she also had roles on Wire in the Blood, Eastenders, and many great live theatre productions, including Private Lives and Abigail's Party.

"On set and offstage, her earthy northern humour and self-deprecating wit brightened every occasion. She was a consummate actress, and immensely popular in the profession," said her husband, Marcus Ringrose. "We will all miss her."

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At the 2014 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, chief content officer at Cartoon Network Rob Sorcher announced that The Powerpuff Girls will return for a regular series in 2016!

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Warning: Contains some spoilers for the end of season 3. The BBC released some promo pics for the upcoming season of "Being Human." If you've been watching the series, you know that Mitchell is gone and Aiden Turner has left the show. Now a new vampire named Hal is moving in, played by Damien Molony.

"I'm actually playing an English vampire," said Molony. "Very, very posh. Very upper class. A stiff-upper-lipped Brit, which is a bit of a push for me accent, but it makes it a lot more fun. I promise you, no! No, no, no—Hal's not Mitchell 2. There's a lot of backstory to play with, and I assure you he's very, very different."

Do you think he'll be enough to replace Mitchell? "Being Human" returns in the U.K. later this month.

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Steven Moffat announced that, while we will see Amy and Rory during the upcoming seventh season, their story will come to a "heartbreaking end." Matt Smith says he will miss Arthur Darvill and Karen Gillan, but "the great thing about 'Doctor Who' is its ability to change."

Moffat says the doctor will be getting a new companion, but is giving no details about "he, she or it."

(Doctor Who)

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