Vote for the best Doctor Who series of the modern era – semi-final 2


After seven weeks of voting, we’re only a couple of steps away from discovering out which of Doctor Who’s modern (i.e. post-2005) series is the primary fan-favourite – however earlier than the grand ultimate, we now have one other three-way conflict for followers to decide on between.

So will or not it’s Christopher Eccleston’s series one or Matt Smith’s series six or seven (plus specials) going through off with David Tennant’s series 4 in the ultimate? Will you be turning it as much as Eleven, or residing on Cloud 9?

Will the authentic return of Doctor Who to TV that includes Slitheen, Daleks, Autons and fuel masks zombies take your vote, or will one series from Matt Smith’s later years (together with battles with the Silence, Ice Warriors, Zygons and residing planets) take the plum spot?

Make your selection now – or, for those who’d desire to have a bit of a glance again about what truly occurred in every series, we’ve collated some fast reminders under.

Series one

The Tardis, Christopher Eccleston (BBC)

Exhausting as it’s to consider now, bringing again Doctor Who in 2005 was a dangerous prospect – however because of sensible scripts from Russell T Davies and lots of different writers and key central performances by Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper, series one was an absolute smash-hit.

From the assured opening 45 minutes of Rose, by way of Dalek reboots, aliens in London and fuel masks zombies series one launched Doctor Who to a complete new viewers. However does it get your vote all these years later?

Series 6

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol (BBC)

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol (BBC)

Beginning off with a bang as followers noticed the Doctor assassinated (properly, probably not) the twisting timeline of series 6 was a gently organized puzzlebox of Doctor Who storytelling.

Whether or not he was charging round the American desert, battling pirates, lastly “assembly” the TARDIS or (in the separated second half of the series) going through nightmares, labyrinths and his personal errors, the Eleventh Doctor was on high type all through.

Series 7 (and specials)

Matt Smith’s ultimate, split-up series as the Doctor was full of huge moments, from the departure of longstanding companions Amy and Rory (Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill) and the introduction of Clara (Jenna Coleman) to the smash-hit anniversary particular The Day of the Doctor.

Whether or not he was looking for out Dinosaurs on Spaceships, horrors in northern factories, lethal small cubes or evil Snowmen, the Eleventh Doctor went out in model. Simply don’t ask him to put on sand footwear.

Need extra Doctor Who content material? You possibly can take a look at our newest podcast right here, and verify again subsequent week for the ultimate series match-up…

Doctor Who returns to BBC One in late 2020


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