The further adventures in time and space of the alien adventurer known as the Doctor, a Time Lord/Lady who can change appearance and gender by regenerating when near death, and his/her human companions.
The adventures in time and space of the Doctor, a Time Lord who changes appearance and personality by regenerating when near death, and is joined by companions in battles against aliens and other megalomaniacs.
The Doctor, a Time Lord from the race whose home planet is Gallifrey, travels through time and space in his/her ship the TARDIS (an acronym for Time and Relative Dimension In Space) with numerous companions. From time to time he/she regenerates into a new form (which is how the series has been running since the departure of the original actor, William Hartnell, in 1966).Written by
In Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (2013) (TV Episode), The War Doctor asks The 11th Doctor if a lot of kissing happens in his future, which replies that it does to happen. The Doctor's first on-screen kiss was Dr. Grace Holloway in the 1996 TV movie. In the series, The Doctor has been kissed by Captain Jack Harkness. Rose Tyler. Cassandra O'Brien. Madame De Pompadour. Jackie Tyler. Martha Jones. Joan Redfern. Astrid Peth. Donna Noble. Lady Christina De Souza. Amy Pond. River Song. Idris. Craig Owens. Clara Oswald. Queen Elizabeth I and Missy. See more »
[series 4 trailer]
There are things waiting in the darkness. Creatures of metal, fire and blood. But he's out there, burning through time, facing a thousand dangers across the stars and never giving up. He looks like a man but he's a legend and his name is the Doctor. He'll come back to save us and this time I'm going to be ready. Then just like that...
Donna Noble, The Tenth Doctor:
We'll be gone.
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During the first season, Christopher Eccleston is credited as "Doctor Who", as set in the Classic Series. Beginning with the second season - reportedly at the behest of the show's new star, David Tennant - the credit has been changed to read "The Doctor". See more »
Season 8 in Australia is PG on television, and M on DVD. Science fiction themes and violence being the reason. See more »
Season 11 isn't Doctor Who and my rating reflects that. The writing for this latest season is weak. The stories are weak. It's so disappointing. My skepticism about a female
Doctor was laid to rest at the feet of a poor effort. Perhaps a great female Doctor can be had (Missy was tremendous), but not with the current stories. What chance Whittaker had to make the first female Doctor stand out is buried.
Such a shame.
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