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Doctor Who

2005
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Series
45m
Seasons: 15, Episodes: 181 Episode List
In 2005, the BBC relaunched Doctor Who after a 16-year absence from episodic television, with Russell T Davies, Julie Gardner and Mal Young as executive producers, Phil Collinson as producer, and Christopher Eccleston taking the lead role of the Ninth Doctor. (en.wikipedia.org)
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Doctor Who

2005
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Series
45m
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Rated 19 Dec 2019
85
63rd
Hard to rate because of how much the quality varies, both by episode and era. In general, I really enjoyed Nine and Ten, liked Eleven OK, but lost interest with Twelve. And when they made Thirteen a woman to appease the Tumblr crowd, well...
Rated 14 Sep 2015
68
65th
For a short period it had grasped hold of a fun fantasy sort of feel that was desperately lacking in modern television. After a few seasons it quickly devolved into the show it was before it was cancelled. Silly, nonsensical stories that relied on only your attachment to the characters to ride them out.
Rated 12 Jan 2016
94
98th
Overall its great SF show, from time to time there are some boring or "missed" episodes, but as in whole its great stuff. Specially Moffat era. Favourite Doctor for me is David Tennant (10th) who had brilliant charisma and performance in his seasons, but lately Capaldi is doing fantastic work as well. Favourite episode is hard to decide, but If I had to I'd probably go with Blink, which is pure classic in this show and totally deserves 9.8 ranking on imdb. Closely behind it SilenceInTheLibrary.
Rated 28 Sep 2015
88
86th
Completely, sincerely ridiculous and wonderful. Occasionally terrible and frustrating, but that does not take away from said wonderfulness.
Rated 07 Sep 2015
2
46th
Quite enjoyed the Eccleston ones and the occasional Tennant but lower budgets and diminishing returns mean it's back to just being a boring children's programme now.
Rated 09 Jan 2016
5
1st
I said earlier that Supernatural has the worst fan base but I stand corrected. Doctor Who has by far the worst fan base, everyone that even kind of likes it depresses me deeply.
Rated 03 Apr 2016
76
94th
This show changes with each Doctor and show-runner combination, making it hard to definitively score. It's camp at times, intense at others. Occasionally it feels like it's running out of steam, before surprising you with a great episode. It's quintessentially British. And it has a great soundtrack. Smith~Tennant> Capaldi~Eccleston> Whittaker. Nardole> Martha> Amy> Clara> Rose> Yasmin/Graham> Donna~Bill>> Ryan.
Rated 22 May 2019
79
78th
ChibnallWho lowers the rating a bit due to how boring it is.
Rated 29 Jan 2022
55
0th
Rated 24 Jan 2020
83
92nd
David Tennant
Rated 17 Jul 2023
60
68th
Some episodes are much better than others
Rated 03 Dec 2015
69
49th
doctor who contains both the best and worst episodes in the history of tv
Rated 10 Dec 2023
67
82nd
Remember to watch the christmas specials as some are important. Full review on trakt.
Rated 11 Mar 2016
55
3rd
Flashes of genius but mostly exceedingly mediocre.
Rated 19 Aug 2020
91
89th
Up through the Capaldi years, this was one of the most fascinating shows that I had ever seen. David Tennant and Matt Smith especially were just absolutely brilliant, and Eccleston and Capaldi had several moments of brilliance as well. I think it has fallen a little with Jodie Whittaker, although her second season is considerably better than her first, so I see a lot of potential for her incarnation to improve in the future. EDIT: Nope :(
Rated 26 Jan 2016
90
96th
no episodes at 2016? Moffat is gone? I can't stay calm..
Rated 11 Mar 2018
30
6th
blows
Rated 22 May 2018
80
57th
This show was my grand obsession up through the 50th anniversary. It continued to keep me ensnared up until Series 10, where it just became too much and I gave up. I've contemplated getting back into it now that the Doctor is female, but since it's no longer on Netflix... I'm not sure it's worth the hassle.
Rated 09 Aug 2023
75
60th
S1: 78, S2: 78, S3: 75, S4: 75, S5: 75, S6: 80, S7: 72, S8: 80, S9: 78, S10: 75, S11: 68, S12: 62
Rated 04 Aug 2021
83
88th
Incredibly inconsistent in quality, but when it was good it was good
Rated 22 Aug 2016
80
86th
The "New" Who has had it's ups and downs, but it remains fairly solid overall.
Rated 08 Apr 2018
60
13th
Gave up halfway through S3
Rated 02 Apr 2022
83
77th
Ignoring some questionably low production values in the first couple seasons, this is an excellent sci-fi procedural that varies in its output from lead to lead.
Rated 15 Sep 2015
35
24th
See Doctor Who 1963.
Rated 31 Mar 2017
69
73rd
good series
Rated 14 Nov 2021
90
93rd
(90) just for first 9-10 seasons
Rated 01 Aug 2023
75
20th
ok
Rated 12 Jan 2023
90
50th
Rating is for seasons 1–4. I adored Eccleston and Tennant, but stopped watching sometime during Smith's run. Nothing against Smith (love him in House of the Dragon and even The Crown)—this appears to be related to Russell T. Davies leaving as showrunner. (I also recall that the Davies-written episodes were my favorite ones). Perhaps I should revisit the show with Davies' & Tennant's return...
Rated 29 Dec 2015
17
77th
Season1: Starring Christopher Eccleston/Billie Piper = Best Ever! Season 2-4: Starring David Tennant/Billie Piper/Freema Agyeman/Catherine Tate = A little Discombobulated, but still great! Season 5+: Starring Matt Smith/Karen Gillan + Half-Assed Acting + Horrid CGI = Total Bull Shit!
Rated 26 Apr 2020
64
14th
1st season only
Rated 05 Oct 2018
50
52nd
I want to like this, I really do. I just don't. It isn't smart enough to be true science fiction a la Star Trek. The characters aren't good enough to be a drama, like LOST. I'm not saying these two things aren't solid, they are. Once every few episodes had a decent sci-fi concept and every few had an interesting character study. The problem is these are not all the time. Taken as a whole, it just falls through the cracks for me.
Rated 05 Jan 2020
70
37th
Season 1 with Eccleston was immensely low-budget,but set up good concept stories,while Tennant's run was more humor and emotion,with a fantastic anything-can-happen feel to it.Since Moffat took over completely,the show got smarter and wittier,but lost much of its atmosphere and emotion.Only few episodes really stick.I had high hopes with Moffat out of the way again,but Whittaker does an awful job of portraying the Doctor,which is partly because of the absurdly bad material she has to work with.
Rated 12 May 2020
80
49th
Eleventh Doctor only
Rated 26 Oct 2022
76
38th
S01-79 S02-78 S03-80 S04-83 S05-80 S06-81 S07-78 S08-77 S09-81 S10-77 S11-61 S12-61 S13-65 60th Specails-80
Rated 03 Jul 2018
100
95th
Doctor Who is nothing short of perfection. No matter the Doctor, no matter the companion. The legacy of this long running franchise has been in safe hands for years with no sign of slowing down.
Rated 07 Aug 2019
80
87th
S1-4 were great. Of course there were some bad episodes but overall it has interesting, diverse stories and great characters. S5 took a new approach and was still fun to watch but from S6 on it went downwards rapidly. More bad episodes than good ones. I kept watching but from S9 on I just didn't care anymore. Still love S1-4. Special effects are outdated but if you look past that, you get fun old school time travel adventures with a bit of romance, weird aliens and a fascinating lead character.
Rated 08 Oct 2015
6
32nd
Since its revival in 2005, there's been a failure to maintain a consistent level of quality between each season -- some have been really good ... others ... abysmal. While both showrunners Russell T. Davies and Steven Moffat have their own admirable qualities that have made the revival series the success it is, they both have brought new problems to the franchise that have yet to be wholly corrected. When the last good season was in 2010, you know you've got a problem.

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