The ability to stream TV shows over the internet is nothing short of amazing. I occasionally just have to stop and look at the technology and go “wow” a bit. It’s so incredibly awesome that I pretty much take it for granted now.
The most popular ways to stream TV these days seem to be Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. Of the three, Netflix and Amazon Prime carry old school Doctor Who episodes. Yes, you can sit back in the comfort of your own home and watch TV shows so old they hadn’t even conceived of streaming technology at the time the shows were made.
If you’re someone who’s only seen new Who, but want to try the new, this is a great option for you. But where to start? Well, here’s a helpful list for you. These are the best stories (one for each Doctor), to stream on either Netflix, Amazon Prime, or both….
prmanent-deactivated20130609 asked: I'm not sure if I'm correct in this, but did Netflix fix the order on the Classic Who episodes? It now has The Aztecs as their first collection available to stream, which seems to me like the correct first episode?
Enough Whovians must have said something about it. Everything looks to be in order now!
excuse me Netflix?
They are listed out of order though.
The correct order should be: 7, 13, 4, 17, 1, 11, 6, 3, 2, 16, 14, 5, 15, 9, 12, 18, 8, 10.
Update: GOOD NEWS! Netflix has fixed the series order on their site!
If you’re looking to catch up on Series 6, here you go!
About as close to accurate as I can get on my emotions right now.
…And then, of course, go to browse selection and realise that The Two Doctors isn’t up. But The Three Doctors is. Why are you taunting me, Netflix, give me Colin..