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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.

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Series cast summary:
...  The Doctor 57 episodes, 2010-2017
...  The Doctor / ... 59 episodes, 2005-2017
...  The Doctor / ... 46 episodes, 2008-2017
...  Clara / ... 41 episodes, 2012-2017
...  Daleks / ... 39 episodes, 2005-2017
...  Amy Pond / ... 38 episodes, 2008-2017
...  Rose Tyler / ... 40 episodes, 2005-2017
...  Ood Sigma / ... 35 episodes, 2005-2014
...  Rory / ... 27 episodes, 2010-2012
Kevin Hudson ...  Cyberman / ... 27 episodes, 2005-2018
Ruari Mears ...  Cyberman / ... 22 episodes, 2006-2013
...  Martha Jones / ... 25 episodes, 2006-2017
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The Doctor, a Time Lord/Lady 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).

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Born to Save the Universe. (Series 9) See more »


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17 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Doktor Who  »

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| (48 episodes) | (3 episodes) | (2 Episodes)

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(Dolby 5.1)

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

While the 9th, 10th and 11th Doctors appeared to have specific catchphrases to each character ("Fantastic!""Allons-y!" And "Geronimo" respectively), the 12th Doctor never appeared to have a specific catchphrase. Rather, it appeared that his character would phrase certain elements of the story using the various steps of the Scientific Method (Question, Hypothesis, Analysis, etc.) to describe the events he would find himself in, or at times to explain events to people around him. This appears to be in keeping with Peter Capaldi's insistence that the Doctor is less interested in feelings and relating to people, and instead explaining things in a more cold and logical manner. See more »

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[repeated line]
The Tenth Doctor: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
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Crazy Credits

Each episode has a pre-credits sequence, and a trailer for the following episode at the end. Episode one has no pre-credits sequence(except for 5.1 " The Eleventh Hour", and episode thirteen has no trailer. See more »

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Referenced in The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2014) See more »

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Doctor Who Theme
Written by Ron Grainer
Performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales
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Time passes by so quickly.
27 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

I cannot believe it's been back on our screens for ten years, it seems like only yesterday the show returned with Rose.

What I've loved so much about interacting with people on IMDb is that no series seems to split opinion more then Doctor Who, fundamentally we all love it, it's why we tune in each week to see what's on offer.

We've experienced highs and lows and will no doubt continue along the same vein for many years to come.

Each Doctor has offered something, some perhaps more then others. Same for its producers, there are people that have loved and loathed both Moffat and Davies, both have given us some excellent and not so excellent episodes.

The format and premise of the show remains its key strength, he can literally go anywhere and do anything, most shows are faced with multiple constraints, that isn't the case here, the possibilities are endless.

We've had episodes that are widely loved, some of my own favourites include Blink, Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead and Vincent and the Doctor. Others have positively split opinion, Love and Monsters is a good idea, personally it's one I enjoy. I can appreciate an attempt at doing something different, it's a show that could become tiresome if it became to formulaic.

I like the format of the two part serial, it allows a greater character development, sometimes with the single episode there's sometimes a feeling that some characters are a little shy of screen time.

They have been guilty of using some of the Doctor's foes too often, the Daleks for example, they've popped up a few times too many, once they were the adversary I desperately wanted to see, not it's a feeling of indifference.

Long may it continue!! I couldn't contemplate Christmas Day without my hour of Who, Baileys and Ferrero Rocher.

Great big 10/10


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