when you begin to question the meaning of life and you feel yourself getting emotional over the poor quality of your own photos and content and your general outlook on life is the lowest it's ever been. yup. this is a fun night...
David Tennant and Billie Piper on why they’re returning to the world of Doctor Who through Big Finish... “It just feels like another opportunity to keep the flame alive,” Billie Piper (making her Big Finish debut) said in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine. “You know, I felt as through because everyone’s doing [Big Finish] was I missing out? Also, it’s all people ask me at conventions. It was getting awkward.” “It never quite goes away, does it?” Tennant agreed. “There’s no escaping it, nor would I want to, really. Because Doctor Who sort of runs through my life like a stick of rock. It’s sort of always bubbling under, and you know it always will. I always feel fond towards it. I always feel like it’s a happy place to be. Obviously a day like this brings it all back a little more keenly, but it’s always a very fond thing to return to, the world of Doctor Who. It’s always very welcoming, and friendly, and familiar. I suppose I don’t feel detached enough from it to feel sentimental, really. Maybe if I’d been completely banished from it for ten years…?” The 10th Doctor and Rose Tyler return next month in three brand new Big Finish audio adventures! .
It’s been almost 8 years since they were last teamed up as The Doctor and Rose Tyler, but the fans still can’t get enough of the couple. Big Finish is about to give you more stories from that era of the TARDIS. David Tennant and Billie Piper have signed to make new audio adventures for The Doctor and Rose. the pair has recorded 3 new adventures for Big Finish for ‘The Tenth Doctor Adventures Vol. 2′ Camille Coudri will also rejoin the pair as Jackie Tyler. If you have that empty place in your heart that can only be filled by Ten and Rose - Pre-order a copy today.
"Doctor Who" from 1963 - 2017
(839 episodes in total, science fiction adventure)
A alien Time Lord called the Doctor travels through space and time to solves problems and battle injustice across the universe, flying via his TARDIS, an old spaceship in the appearance of a blue police box. The Doctor is usually accompanied by a Companion, usually a female human. On their adventures they meet many different aliens and have fun...
I'm a massive Whovian!
So maybe my rating is a bit bias, but this show is truly amazing.
One of the most unique features about this show is that the character of the Doctor is a Time Lord. This species regenerates itself when they are hurt. But during the regeneration every cell in their body is changed. This offers the unique possibility of changing the actor who plays the Doctor every few years. At the moment there were already 12 different actors who took on the part of this iconic time traveler; Jodie Whittaker being announced as the 13th Doctor (and also 1st female Doctor) about three months ago. The companions also change regularly, so the show is able to fully replace its cast every few years.
I have to admit that I haven't watched all 839 episodes yet; I watched all of the seasons of NewWho (2005-present) and a few episodes from every Doctor before the 9th.
I love the adventures so much. Some may be a bit over the top, but the chemistry between the Doctor and his Companion total makes up to it. I also enjoy how every incarnation of the Doctor is a bit different, this way there is one Doctor for everyone...
All in all, I would recommend this show to people who even remotely enjoy science fiction stories as well as to fans of lovable characters and sometimes very emotional plots.