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Doctor Who (2005)

The Doctor has returned! Travelling through time and space in his TARDIS, the Doctor battles aliens and monsters who are intent on mayhem and destruction. He is joined on his adventures by a number of companions: Rose Tyler, an East London girl looking for a way out of her boring job; Captain Jack Harkness, a time traveller and conman from the 51st century; Donna Noble, who is sucked into the TARDIS on her wedding day, and is now looking for the dangerous life the Doctor leads; and Martha Jones, a 23 year old medical student, who is whisked into the Doctor's life when the hospital she works in is transported to the moon, she leaves the Doctor after saving the world from the Master because she knows her love for him isn't reciprocated. Soon after when the Earth is threatened with alien invasion Donna returns to the Doctor to help save the planet. After facing down the Time Lords of Gallifrey and averting the End of Time, the Doctor regenerates and meets young Amy Pond, as a young girl and is reunited with as an adult, along with her fiance Rory. Together, the three traversed time and space continuing the fight against evil...that is, until the Ponds leave. The Doctor begins traveling with a woman twice dead, Clara Oswin Oswald, and continues his never-ending crusade. Finally, he succeeds in preserving Gallifrey in a pocket universe and is given a whole new set of lives by his people.
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Episode Info

Next: 8x01 -- Deep Breath (Aug/23/2014) [Special Airtime: 07:50 pm, 80 Min. long]

The Doctor arrives in Victorian London, were he finds a dinosaur running rampant in the Thames. While in the area, he becomes aware of a spate of deadly spontaneous combustions and tries to work out the link between the two.

Prev: S07-Special -- Doctor Who: A Farewell to Matt Smith (Apr/18/2014)

Alex Kingston narrates this special documentary looking back at Matt Smith's four year tenure as the Doctor. The episode features contributions from past and present cast,, show staff, and celebrity fans as well as Matt Smith himself.

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Peter CapaldiPeter Capaldi
As The Twelfth Doctor (Series 8 - Present)
Matt Smith (3)Matt Smith (3)
As The Eleventh Doctor (Series 5 - Series 7)
Jenna-Louise ColemanJenna-Louise Coleman
As Clara Oswald (Series 7+)
Karen GillanKaren Gillan
As Amy Pond (Series 5 - Series 7)
Arthur DarvillArthur Darvill
As Rory Williams (2010 Xmas Special - Series 7)
David TennantDavid Tennant
As The Tenth Doctor (Series 2 - 4)
Catherine TateCatherine Tate
As Donna Noble (Series 4)
Billie PiperBillie Piper
As Rose Tyler (Series 1 & 2 (Guest star in series 4))
Freema AgyemanFreema Agyeman
As Martha Jones (Series 3 (Guest star in series 4))
John BarrowmanJohn Barrowman
As Captain Jack Harkness (Series 1,3 (Guest star in series 4))



Reviews: 2
the new doctor whoRating: 12 likes, 2 dislikes

I am a New follower of the doctor who series, so I've only seen the new series and a handful of movies. (Which by the way, I was spoiled for. The older movies are just not as upbeat and adventurous as the new series.) I have watched the new series from day one. It screamed adventure, fun, and enthusiasm. Christoper Eccleston portrayed the doctor as fun loving, in touch with the universe and enjoying life. I cried when he regenerated. David Tenant was then introduced as the tenth doctor. He is a wonderful actor but not in the same charismatically exciting, energetic way. He portrays the darker side of the doctor, which doesn't enter onto the scenes as often, in a much better way. The tenth doctor is a more emotional doctor. Which in turn, takes the show to a whole new level without the producers just ending the show when they had problems with Eccleston. It's able to let the writers take it to a new level without making the same fatal mistakes as other shows have done. The graphics in the new series are just as technologically advanced as anything you would see in Star Trek or Farscape. They still hold the simplicity factor that allows even the most skeptic of people to believe at least a fraction of it. I do think that the shows producers need to hold on the cast just a bit longer. Into the third season and the two main characters have already changed. You just start getting used to a character and then they are gone. This in itself is it's biggest flaw. I have heard rumors that Capt. Jack will be back, but there is the third character you fall in love with and lose. Unfortunately, the show doesn't seem to move around England very well. I have wondered why the aliens always go for London. I Think there are other major cities the aliens would attack as well. Washington, DC, USA, Paris, France, Rome, Italy, or even Mexico City, Mexico. Aliens aren't going to attack just one city or country. But i understand that budgets and low filming costs cause the lack of scenery. It does transfer you to a different plain of thought and emotion. Wherein, you imagine things that you might not have on you're own. This is where the writers wanted to you enter when the show started in the 1960's and which is where Davies still wants you to travel. And if we are honest to ourselves, we wish to travel there as well. I am anxiously awaiting the new season to begin. Read more

Review posted on Saturday, December 30th 2006 at 10:12 pm


Reviews: 5
BEST scifi series EVERRating: 3 likes, 8 dislikes

next to the original Doctor Who series.... which had a much tighter focus on plot and consistency
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Review posted on Friday, August 10th 2007 at 4:13 am


Reviews: 15
Doctor Who?Rating: 1 likes, 3 dislikes

wow. just.... wow. I didn't expect this show to be this good, because I am not a fan of "futuristic" and "spaceship" and "alien" science fictions. but this show really got me. Read more

Review posted on Friday, November 28th 2008 at 6:16 pm

3 reviews available
7x0: The Night of the Doctor recap: Somewhere in the future, a gunship is plummeting out of control toward a nearby planet. The pilot, Cass, sends out a desperate distress signal asking for help. The Eighth Doctor materializes aboard in his TARDIS and steps into the cockpit, and explains that he’s a Doctor... read more.

7x0: The Day of the Doctor recap: At Coal Hill School in London, Clara is teaching a class. As they file out, she gets a message that there's a call for her from her doctor, leaving her an address. Clara leaves on her motorbike and drives out to the country where the TARDIS is sitting by the side of the road. She honks her horn and drives straight into it as the doors open for her. As they prepare to depart on another tour of the universe, the TARDIS Interference Detector goes off. The TARDIS shakes as a helicopter picks it up in a crane and departs... read more.

7x0: The Time of the Doctor recap: An unimportant planet someone in the cosmos sends out a message throughout creation. All that hear it go to investigate out of fear, even though they don't understand it. All except one man... read more.

7x0: The Snowmen recap: England 1842.. read more.

7x13: The Name of the Doctor recap: On Gallifrey in the distant past, two repairmen get an alert that someone is stealing a TARDIS in for repairs... read more.
Recurring Guests

Paul Kasey as Auton (33 eps)
Nicholas Briggs as Cybermen (26 eps)
Camille Coduri as Jackie Tyler (15 eps)
Noel Clarke as Mickey Smith (15 eps)
Alex Kingston as Professor River Song (15 eps)
Barnaby Edwards as Dalek Operator (13 eps)
Nicholas Pegg as Dalek Operator (12 eps)
Bernard Cribbins as Wilfred Mott (10 eps)
Jacqueline King as Sylvia Noble (9 eps)
LaChele Carl as Reporter (9 eps)

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Warning: Doctor Who (2005) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Saturdays at 07:35 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March 26, 2005
Episode Order: 13
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