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Tubi Brings 600 Episodes of Doctor Who to U.S. and Canada brings BBC Studios’ CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO to fans in the U.S. and Canada. Audiences will now have unprecedented access to all 600+ episodes available of CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO and CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO: THE ANIMATED LOST STORIES for free on Tubi via On-Demand and a dedicated FAST Channel.

CLASSIC DOCTOR WHO is the perfect addition to Tubi’s deep library. Fans can dive into the legacy series by Doctor, as well as through the “New to Who” collection which is a great entry point for new viewers to gently climb into the Tardis. Tubi offers viewers the world’s largest content library, which now exceeds 200,000 movies and TV episodes and nearly 250 FAST Channels. Tubi has committed to an ambitious strategy to define the next generation of entertainment through its diverse content, passionate audience and innovative tech platform.

DOCTOR WHO is the longest running action-adventure television series in the world spanning 60 years and winning over 100 awards. This quintessentially British show has a huge global following, with 9.6m fans across social platforms/channels and 100m video views on YouTube in the last year alone.

Tubi is the most watched free TV and movie streaming service in the U.S., dedicated to providing all people access to all the world’s stories. As a leading ad-supported video-on-demand service, the company engages diverse audiences through a personalized experience and the world’s largest content library of over 200,000 movies and TV episodes, a growing collection of Tubi Originals, and nearly 250 FAST channels. Tubi is part of the Tubi Media Group, a division of Fox Corporation that oversees the company’s digital businesses.


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