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December 9th, 2018 34 comments

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Doctor Who Resolution New Year’s Day at 7pm

As the New Year begins, a terrifying evil is stirring, from across the centuries of Earth’s history. As the Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz return home, will they be able to overcome the threat to planet Earth?



  • Dr Who ruined my dress sense

    December 12th, 2018 - 1:06pm

    With streaming services multi part drama is more popular because it can be binged. With this season being so disappointing I’d love the BBC to try something radical like an eight part mini series telling one long series. (Ideally with Paul McGann in the early days of the time war) It could be shown on BBC1 after all episodes were made available for binging on iplayer.

  • Tyler Prescott

    December 12th, 2018 - 8:33am

    I agree with Bushbiy, we need serial-style episodes, or at least two-part episodes.

    Other than the opening two, they’ve all felt so separate and disjointed, like you could watch them in any order and it wouldn’t make any difference.

  • Dr jon

    December 11th, 2018 - 10:11pm

    There is a lot of talk about the daleks returning for this new year episode I would be more than happy if this is true. But having watched the last series 11 episodes and thought the majority of it mediocre .
    I hope the daleks come back with a vengeance ! New improved and deadly. Not bland and boring like most of the dr’s enemy’s in series 11.

  • Bushboy

    December 11th, 2018 - 9:59pm

    I know this is never going to happen but I would love Doctor Who to go back to its original format of multi part 25 minute episodes.
    I know that’s not how TV drama is done now but Doctor Who has always been unique.
    I really think it would help to improve the story telling no end and we really need cliff hangers again! Especially if we are not going to get any more pre tittles sequences.

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