Doctor Who Episode Guide features Season 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 of the New Doctor Who series and the three specials of 2009. Series 13 will be shown on BBC TV perhaps in 2021.
Doctor Who 2021 Episode Guide for Series 13 (13th Doctor)
No info yet on monsters or villains that will appear in 2021. It would be nice if the Sea Devils, the Monk, the Rani, Celestial Toymaker or Wirrin to return to the tv series.
Doctor Who 2020 Episode Guide for Series 12 (13th Doctor)
Series 12 features the 13th Doctor and the same 3 companions: Bradley Walsh, Ryan Sinclair and Yasmin Khan. This series 11includes the first two-part story since the 10th series.
Doctor Who 2018 Episode Guide for Series 11 (13th Doctor)
This is the first series of Doctor Who character as a female. Jodie Whittaker plays 13th Doctor. New series introduces three companions: Bradley Walsh as Graham O’Brien, Tosin Cole as Ryan Sinclair and Mandip Gill as Yasmin Khan.
This is the first series of Chris Chibnall as the Head writer and executive producer. This is also the first new Doctor Who series where its episode count has been reduced from 12 to 10. Series 11 was for the first time the tv show was shown on Sundays whereas since the TV shows revival it had been shown on Saturdays on the BBC (UK).
Doctor Who 2017 Episode Guide for Series 10 (12th Doctor)
The Doctor Who Series 10 consisted of 12 episodes.This is the 3rd series of the 12th Doctor. It features Ice Warriors, Missy and more.
Doctor Who 2015 Episode Guide for Series 9 (12th Doctor)
The Christmas Special of 2014 is called the Husbands of River Song.
Doctor Who 2014 Episode Guide for Series 8 (12th Doctor)
Series 8 was the first season of 12th Doctor played by Peter Capaldi.
The Christmas Special of 2014 is called Last Christmas.
Doctor Who 2012 / 2013 Episode Guide for Series 7 (11th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2012 series 7 consisted of 13 episodes. Matt Smith plays the 11th Doctor. Amy and Rory will appear from episodes 1 to 5. Clara, a new companion played by Jenna-Louise Coleman joined during the Christmas Special of 2012.
Doctor Who 2011 Episode Guide for Series 6 (11th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2011 series 6 consisted of 13 episodes. Matt Smith returned as the Doctor for the entire run and Karen Gillan also reprised her role as Amy Pond. This will be the first time in the series’ revival that both the Doctor and his companion remain unchanged from one series to the next.
In the March 2010 edition of Doctor Who Magazine, executive producer Piers Wenger confirmed a new 13-episode series was scheduled for broadcast in 2011. Filming started in July 2010. Author Neil Gaiman has written an episode for the first half of the 2011 series.
The Christmas Special of 2011 is called The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe.
Doctor Who 2010 Episode Guide for Series 5 (11th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2010 series 5 consisted of 13 episodes starring Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor & Karen Gillan as Amy Pond. The season featured Daleks, Weeping Angels, Alien Vampires, Silurians, Cybermen and the return of River Song. It was shown in UK screens from Easter 2010.
The Christmas Special of 2010 is called A Christmas Carol and Michael Gambon features in this story as Kazran Sardick.
Doctor Who 2009 Specials
The 2009 Specials starred David Tennant as the Doctor and was broadcast between the end of Series 4 and the beginning of Series 5. The Doctor was travelling alone, with each story featuring a one-off companion.
Read about Christmas Specials.
Series 4 (Tenth Doctor)
The fourth series of Doctor Who went into production in July 2007 and was show in UK screens in Spring 2008. The season consisted of 13 episodes and includes special villainDavros.
David Tennant stayed on as the Tenth Doctor and Catherine Tate reprised her role as Donna Noble, following her one off in the The Runaway Bride.
Series 4 featured several milestones. It is the 30th ever broadcast season of Doctor Who, and features the 750th broadcast episode, which was The Stolen Earth, the 50th new series episode, The Unicorn and the Wasp, and the finale episodes The Stolen Earthand Journey’s End also took the revived series to new heights of popularity, scoring the highest viewership ratings since the Tom Baker era.
The season marked the first production of a ‘Companion-lite’ episode, Midnight.
Catherine Tate returns to Doctor Who as the Time Lord’s new / old companion. Catherine Tate is to reprise her role as Donna Noble, the bad-tempered Runaway Bride from 2006 Christmas special.
The character of Donna Noble will be returning to Doctor Who as the Doctor’s full time companion for all 13 episodes of Series 4 alongside David Tennant. Freema Agyeman will return as Martha Jones halfway through the series.
Note: Freema Agyeman has been cast of to appear in three episodes of Torchwood series 2.
Return Of The Ood
The Ood, one of Doctor Who’s most popular aliens will return for a brand new adventure in Series Four. In Planet of the Ood, the Doctor and his new companion Donna will travel to a weird and wonderful alien planet, where she will meet the mysterious race for the first time.
The episode will allow viewers to discover the origins of The Ood and why they behave the way they do, but will the Doctor become their friend or foe? They were last seen falling into a black hole back in Series Two.
Christmas Special 2007
Voyage of the Damned (60 minute special) – 25 December 2007 @ 7.00 pm
Writer: Russell T. Davies
The Doctor: David Tennant
Astrid: Kylie Minogue
Captain of the Titanic: Geoffrey Palmer
The story continues from the final scene in ‘Last of the Time Lords’, in which the ocean liner R.M.S. Titanic crashes through the walls of the TARDIS console room just as it is dematerialising. Who or what could have caused the collision? Kylie Minogue, the singer/actress will have a major lead role in this hour-long episode. Kylie will perform as Astrid. Who is Astrid? So far we know she is a waitress aboard the ill-fated vessel Titanic. ‘Astrid’ is an anagram of TARDIS. Perhaps she is a ‘Human Tardis’?
The following is speculation of what might happen from what is known so far. The Doctor finds that time is being manipulated by aliens called Porgs and he gets the help of a young waitress aboard the Titanic. The Titanic is about to leave on its maiden voyage so the adventure will probably continue until the ship strikes the iceberg.
Doctor Who 2007 Episode Guide for Series 3 (10th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2007 season consists of 13 episodes starring David Tennant as the tenth Doctor and Freema Agyeman as Martha Jones. The exciting season features the Daleks, Jack Harkness from Torchwood and the Return of the Master.
The Christmas Special of 2007 is called Voyage of the Damned and Kylie Minogue features in this story as Astrid.
Doctor Who 2006 Episode Guide for Series 2 (10th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2006 series 2 consists of 13 episodes starring David Tennant as the tenth Doctor and Billy Piper as Rose Tyler. This is the final series that Rose appears as a regular companion. The season includes a story about the birth of the Cybermen. The third story of the season features Sarah Jane Smith and K-9. The season ends with a fantastic 2 parter featuring the Daleks and Cybermen. The final episode ends on sad note when Rose Tyler is stuck in the parallel world.
The Christmas Special of 2006 is called the Runaway Bride and stars Catherine Tate as Donna Noble.
Doctor Who 2005 Episode Guide for Series 1 (9th Doctor)
The Doctor Who 2005 Series 1 consists of 13 episodes starring Christopher Eccleston as the ninth Doctor and Billy Piper as Rose Tyler. The first episode is called Rose and features the Autons. The Daleks return for the first time in the new series in the episode called Dalek and the season ends with a fantastic 2 parter featuring the Daleks. The Doctor regenerates at the end of the episode.
The Christmas Special of 2005 is called the Christmas Invasion. It featured David Tenant as the tenth Doctor for the first time in a full episode.
Did you know?
* In the 1960’s two Doctor Who Films were made starring Peter Cushing:
1. Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)
2. Daleks – Invasion Earth 2150 AD (1966)
* Doctor Who Episode List page has full list of classic and new episodes.
Doctor Who Episode Guide Links
Episode Guide – Doctor Who: The Doctor Who Site
Doctor Who Episode List: by TV.com
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