All our servers are currently overloaded. Please try again later or get our premium subscription.Get PremiumRefresh pageWe are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStreamEpisode 01: RoseEpisode 02: The End of the WorldEpisode 03: The Unquiet DeadEpisode 04: Aliens of LondonEpisode 05: World War ThreeEpisode 06: DalekEpisode 07: The Long GameEpisode 08: Father's DayEpisode 09: The Empty ChildEpisode 10: The Doctor DancesEpisode 11: Boom TownEpisode 12: Bad WolfEpisode 13: The Parting of the Ways
Doctor Who - Season 1The series depicts the adventures of The Doctor and his new companion Rose. They embark on yet more far-flung and improbable adventures: traveling 5,000,000,000 years into the future as the Earth is about to be swallowed by the sun. Among the elite alien guests assembled to watch the phenomenon is Lady Cassandra, who takes pride in being the last pure human, though she has received many operations that have altered her image.Keywords:
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Creators of "Doctor Who - Season 1"Sydney NewmanBirthdate: 1 April 1917, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Critic Reviews of "Doctor Who - Season 1"Troy Patterson SlateMarch 17, 2006
To my novice's eye, it's pretty decent hokum-fast, corny, genial, honest in its schlock.Peter Canavese Groucho ReviewsNovember 15, 2013
Thundered back onto the BBC in a manner that honored the series' canon while also injecting new energy and reestablishing a show previously aimed primarily at children as one sophisticated enough that adult geeks could love it unabashedly. [Blu-ray]Alasdair Wilkins AV ClubNovember 27, 2013
If the program was inquisitive science fiction in 1963 and an alien invasion thriller in 1970, then in 2005 it must be considered a character drama.Joy Press Village VoiceMarch 17, 2006
The thrill-filled cliffhangers of yore are gone, taking with them with the child's urge to watch TV from behind the sofa, breath bated.Charles McGrath New York TimesMarch 17, 2006
Between the Doctor and Rose there is genuine, old-fashioned chemistry, and their interaction, which occasionally takes on the aspect of screwball comedy, is much the best thing in the show.
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