The Doctor meets his original self, and find they have something in common: they don’t want to regenerate. That decision has a big impact on the universe, and the fate of a World War I soldier.
Christmas is coming, which means Doctor Who is coming, too. Here’s a clip to “Twice Upon A Time”.
While the 13th Doctor did not make it to Comic-Con, Peter Capaldi got a big sendoff before a packed Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con
Can Doctor Who and his two expendables save a space station from a black hole? That’s nothing compared to the two shocks fans got in this week’s episode.
The Doctor and his crew investigate what really happened to a Roman legion that mysteriously disappeared. Of course, aliens are involved.
How did British soldiers wind up on Mars in 1881? Apparently, it was thanks to a stranded Ice Warrior and an enterprising soldier. It leads to a tense battle that the Doctor tries to diffuse.
The Monks are the best things that ever happened to the Earth. At least that’s what the Doctor has been saying. Bill tries to find him and Nardole to free the Earth. It leads to two surprising moments, one that may play a big part in a few weeks.
The Doctor tries to stop the Monks from taking over the world as they place a pyramid on a major political hot spot, but is that where the real problem exists?
The Doctor is asked by the Pope to translate an ancient book that has a story that has driven others to suicide….
or is it all just fake? Also, we find out for sure who’s in the vault.
A space station where oxygen is sold by the breath, and space suits are more dangerous that those who wear them. That’s what the Doctor and his crew faces this week. However, he’ll also face a challenge he’s never had before.