Removed from the twenty-first century Maria and Sarah Jane find themselves in limbo, where the Trickster tells them that Sarah Jane has been taken there to prevent her from stopping a meteorite hit ...
Sarah Jane and Peter end up in a white room, a void where Peter tells her that he nearly died but the Trickster saved him and struck up a deal if he married Sarah Jane. He had no idea that any harm ...
Before he can die, The Doctor with Jo and Sarah Jane, teleports to the deserted planet. The Doctor swaps places with Clyde, who, with Rani and Santiago, is pursued by the Shansheeths and their ally, ...
How do you adjust to life after you've seen all of time and space? Sarah Jane Smith had every adventure possible until she had the one adventure she never dreamed of, she had a family. With her son Luke and her brave teen companions, Sarah Jane and Co save the world when the doctors not around.
The Death of The Doctor (#4.5 and #4.6) takes place before the 2010 Doctor Who Christmas Special A Christmas Carol (#6.0). The Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) appears without his companions Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) because Amy and Rory were spending their Honeymoon aboard a space liner. See more »
I'm a huge Doctor Who fan and so I decided to give this show and Torchwood a try. This one beat Torchwood by a LOT. The writing is almost as good as in Doctor Who, the acting is very impressive for some of the young actors in it. I love all the characters, which I can't even say about Doctor Who (I hated Rose in the second season).
If you're looking for something to replace Doctor Who while it's not on, this show is perfect. But it really stands on its own. It doesn't keep tying itself to the Doctor Who universe (except in a few stories, I will admit). It's got more heart than Doctor Who, while Doctor Who might be wittier and more dramatic, The Sarah Jane Adventures is witty but it's also sweet. You'll feel like a kid watching this but in a good way.
It makes me ashamed to be an American, quite frankly! If BBC can produce a show aimed at preteens and make it so incredibly good that it has an audience of all ages, and yet America has crap like Hannah Montana... well CBBC must be superior.
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