An archive of reviews of the 2010 series of British science-fiction programme Doctor Who.
So – except for viewers in the US who have their own programmes – series 5/season 31/series 1/there’s no such thing as seasons* of Doctor Who has just finished. Time for a very obvious question of the week:
What was your favourite episode this series and why?
You can also, if you wish, suggest your least favourite and you can even say what you thought of the show this series, how it compared to the previous series, what you thought of Amy, the Doctor, Karen Gillan, Matt Smith, that spud Rory, the new-look Silurians or anything else that grabs you. It’s a basic Who-ey free-for-all.
If you need to remind yourself of the episodes, what I said and even what you said, here are links to the reviews on the blog:
- The Eleventh Hour
- The Beast Below
- Victory of the Daleks
- The Time of Angels
- Flesh and Stone
- The Vampires of Venice
- Amy’s Choice
- The Hungry Earth
- Cold Blood
- Vincent and the Doctor
- The Lodger
- The Pandorica Opens
- The Big Bang
PS Rest assured, readers of the blog who don’t really give a monkey’s about Doctor Who, it’s all going to be a bit less Who-ey round here for a while.
As always, leave a comment with your answer or a link to your answer on your own blog
* Delete according to your degree of mental illness
In the UK: Saturday 26th June, 6.05pm, BBC1/BBC HD
In the US: Saturday 10th July, 9/8c, BBC America
Damn him. My ‘obviously’ guy was 90% right!
Spoilers, a review of the episode and a review of the series after the jump.
In the UK: Saturday 19th June, 6.40pm, BBC1/BBC HD
In the US: Saturday 3rd July, 9/8c, BBC America
We’ve been getting hints all series. Something important is going to happen in the finale. The Pandorica will open. Ooh. What’s inside?
Turns out – spoiler alert – Russell T Davies is inside. Who was expecting that?
In the UK: Saturday 12th June, 6.40pm, BBC1/BBC HD
In the US: Saturday 26th June, 9/8c, BBC America
Just in case you thought you could somehow avoid the football or even James Corden talking about football this Saturday, Doctor Who comes along to prove you wrong. Spoilers and post-match analysis after the jump.