Behind every great time lord there’s a great woman. Whether they’re busting Daleks or the Doctor’s ego, the women of “Doctor Who” prove that you don’t need testosterone to save the universe.
Morose after the deaths of Amy and Rory, the Doctor isolates himself from the world, having decided the universe no longer needs him. However, when a young girl, Clara, is threatened by animate snowmen, the Doctor becomes involved despite himself and soon finds himself fighting an old enemy at the dawn of its creation.
Clara and the Doctor look back on what they each learned about the other... before their trip to the Fields of Trenzalore.
The Daleks abduct the Doctor, Rory, and Amy, and order them to destroy the one planet in the universe that the Skaro creatures are afraid of: the world that houses the Dalek Asylum. A human refugee on the planet may be the trio's only hope of survival, but not everything is as it seems.
The Doctor learns of a giant spaceship on a collision course with 24th century Earth and assembles a "gang" to explore the ship and stop it. However, he soon learns that the ship is inhabited by dinosaurs... and a man who will stop at nothing to make a profit.
The Doctor, Rory, and Amy arrive in the Old West and find the town of Mercy under siege by a ruthless cyborg gunslinger who refuses to let anyone leave unless they turn over the "alien doctor" to them.
Twenty-first century Earth suffers a "slow invasion" of millions of seemingly harmless black cubes. While the Doctor waits for something to happen, he moves in with the Ponds.
Songs: David Guetta Feat Sia Furler -- Titanium
The Doctor discovers a 1930s detective novel with a plot that describes exactly what is happening to him and his companions. When Rory disappears, the Doctor and Amy must travel to 1938 to recover him, and discover that River is already involved in a plot by the Weeping Angels.
Songs: Sting -- Englishman In New York
When the Doctor receives a mysterious call from Clara, the woman that he's been seeking since he has seen her die twice, he arrives in 21st century Earth and discovers that something is using Wi-Fi to upload human minds into the Internet... and feed on them.
For her first trip in the TARDIS, the Doctor takes Clara to the Rings of Akhaten, where the residents participate in a once-every-thousand-year-celebration to give keepsakes to their deity, the Old God. However, when Clara befriends a young girl on the run, the time travelers are soon drawn into trouble when the Old God threatens to awaken and consume everyone in its path.
The TARDIS lands aboard a damaged Russian submarine in 1983. An alien creature recovered from a block of Arctic ice is on the loose and the Doctor soon realizes that the alien is an old foe whose code of honor demands that it destroy Earth using the submarine's nuclear missiles.
The Doctor and Clara travel to Caliburn House to investigate the repeated sightings of a mysterious ghost, The Witch in the Well. However, the Doctor soon discovers that the phenomena is anything but supernatural, but a rescue attempt traps him in a collapsing pocket dimension.
When a salvage ship attempts to pull the TARDIS aboard when the time vessel's shields are down, an explosion occurs. The Doctor forces the salvage crew to help him find Clara, who is lost somewhere inside his vessel.
Madame Vastra and her investigators are called to Yorkshire when a reporter turns up missing while investigating cases of corpses with glowing red skin. They soon discover that the Doctor is involved... and a prisoner of the person responsible.
The Doctor takes Clara, Angie, and Artie to Hedgewick's World of Wonders. However, they soon find themselves enmeshed in the resurrection of an old enemy from the Doctor's past, and the Doctor soon finds himself facing an enemy within.
The Great Intelligence and its Whisper Men abduct the Doctor's friends to force him to travel to Trenzalore and open up a tomb containing the key to the Doctor's past... and his present defeat.