Strax delivers a field report about events that will unfold in The Name of the Doctor…
Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman reveal what they love about the epic series finale.
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….
Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax are back as the Doctor and Clara face the Crimson Horror!
Watch The Crimson Horror, the new Doctor Who adventure, on BBC One on Saturday 4th May at 6.30pm, and on:
Saturday 4th May
BBC America — 8/7c
Space (Canada) — 8/5e
Sunday 5th Mayl
ABC (Australia) — 7.30pm
BBC Entertainment (South Africa) — 7pm
BBC Entertainment (Poland) — 6pm
From an original “Series 1” promo for Doctor Who
‘THROUGH TIME’ IS FINALLY HERE!!
I feel so proud and lucky to have been a part of this video, thanks again to Not Literally.
Liam Cunningham is currently appearing in two of the hottest properties on TV. He is Davos Seaworth on Game of Thrones, and this Saturday he will play Captain Zhukov, a Russian nuclear submarine commander, on Doctor Who.
Liam Cunningham received high praise from Matt Smith earlier this year, when asked about how exciting the season was going to be, and what his personal highlights were, “Gosh, yeah. We’ve got Liam Cunningham, who is a personal favourite actor of mine. We’ve got a submarine. We’ve got the Ice Warriors…”
Check out the interview where Cunningham states his own opinion about Matt Smith, and makes funny comments towards the success of both Game of Thrones and Doctor Who.
Premieres Saturday, April 13 on BBC One, BBC America, SPACE.
The Doctor Puppet, based on Doctor Who, finds a strange note on his TARDIS that leads him on a mysterious adventure. Who will he meet along the way?
The Doctor Puppet is a lovingly handcrafted fan tribute made in New York City.
What classic Dr. Who characters do you want to see as puppets?
What times and places should the Doctor Puppet visit in his TARDIS?
Watch Part 2 on http://www.youtube.com/HelloDoctorPuppet and Subscribe for more episodes!
Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John: #nabileswarning
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