14 Comments
Posted by NightFang

Maybe, it all deepens on who's working on it and who's playing the Doctor.

Posted by Son_of_Magnus

 Yes
Posted by Emperor Gonzo Noir

They tried to pull that with the Dr. Who movie in 96 didn't they?

Posted by BKole

No, no I wouldn't watch an American Version of Doctor Who.
Posted by Son Of Storm
@BKole said:
" No, no I wouldn't watch an American Version of Doctor Who. "
This.
Posted by Pheonix of the white throne
@Son Of Storm said:
" @BKole said:
" No, no I wouldn't watch an American Version of Doctor Who. "
This. "

agreed 
Posted by Gylan Thomas
@Pheonix of the white throne said:
" @Son Of Storm said:
" @BKole said:
" No, no I wouldn't watch an American Version of Doctor Who. "
This. "
agreed  "
The whole style of the show would be different.
Edited by Pheonix of the white throne
@Gylan Thomas:
still i hated the orignal version just because of the sheer stupidity of it
Posted by Lance Uppercut

This isn't like the Office, where it's plausible to have an Americanized spin off. Doctor Who is too complex and too far in to the story to come over to start an American version.

Posted by Cherry Bomb

I'd watch it,
but I don't think an American version would work.

Posted by PrinceIMC

They could maybe do a spin-off like Torchwood set in America, but not an American Doctor flying around in a police box.

Posted by King Saturn
I doubt it... 
Posted by scourgexlvii

I'd watch it, but I doubt it would be as good, since it would, more than likely, try and follow the model of more space-centric sci-fi shows, and focus on an over arching storyline as a main focus, rather than just subtle hints throughout the season, and lack the "monster of the week style"

Posted by hdorman1
@Pheonix of the white throne said:
" @Son Of Storm said:
" @BKole said:
" No, no I wouldn't watch an American Version of Doctor Who. "
This. "
agreed  "
i agree 
 
they tried doing an american red dwarf and it was awful and failed miserably  
same thing would happen