Matt Smith wants third series of Doctor Who
Matt Smith has confessed he wants to be signed up as the Time Lord for a third series of 'Doctor Who' in 2012.
Matt Smith is keen to star in a third series of 'Doctor Who'.
The 28-year-old actor - who plays the Time Lord in the BBC One sci-fi show - is currently filming the second series of the cult classic, and admitted he would love to return to the nation's TV screens in 2012.
He explained: "I take it a year at a time. I'm going to do this year, and maybe next year as well. I would like to."
The TV star - who plays the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor - recently admitted he has plenty more to give on the show, and wants to be able to rank his performances 10 out of 10.
When asked to rate his performances, he said: "That's a tough one. Let's say eight. I've two episodes left, so I can still get to 10. I don't want to undersell myself."
Following his quick rise to fame, Matt - who previously starred in BBC adaptations of Phillip Pullman novels 'The Ruby in the Smoke' and 'The Shadow in the North' - has discovered he has become something of a heartthrob.
He said: "I like to think nothing has changed and they always hit on me, but I guess it is probably only because I am a Time Lord. But now they listen to me, that is the difference."