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Doctor Who, Season 5HDPG

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From new lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, this BAFTA-winning series follows the adventures of the Doctor, the mysterious traveler who, with his human companions, journeys throughout all of time and space, facing a variety of foes and righting wrongs. This latest series, now in HD, sees Matt Smith's debut as the Doctor alongside a new traveling companion, the enigmatic Amy Pond (Karen Gillan). Together they explore sixteenth century Venice, France during the 1890s, and the United Kingdom in the far future, now an entire nation floating in space.

Customer Reviews


While David Tennant has been without doubt, one of the greatest of the actors to portray Doctor Who, the entire premise of the series for the past 40 odd years has been change, regeneration and constantly reinventing itself, and it has done so yet again, and I must say brilliantly. The first episode the Eleventh Hour is wonderful, Matt Smith IS the Doctor, the writers, producers, with the very odd exception always seem to pick the actor who embodies the characteristics of the Doctor. Whilst most people here have been watching since the new era, this is actually the 31st Series of Doctor Who, I have watched Doctor Who since the early days as a little girl enjoying William Hartnell as the first Doctor. With every regeneration I've felt the new Doctor can't be as good as the last - remember Tom Baker? We never thought there would be another Doctor like him, we, of course, were wrong. Matt Smith is the 11th Doctor I've watched, and he's great - the series is in good hands, it may go a little scarier with Moffat at the helm, so time to hide behind the sofa!

To quote the the very first Doctor : - "One day, I shall come back. Yes, I shall come back. Until then, there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties. Just go forward in all your beliefs and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine"

Feeling about the new Doctor

Everyone needs to remember how we all felt when Christopher Ecleston left and David Tennet joined. I clearly remember thinking that i was going to abandon the show after the first christmas special, becasue i thought David couldn't act, but I grew to love him. I am positive that I am going oto feel tha same way about Matt's Doctor. I can't wait for more episodes

Quick to come to iTunes

I have to admit: I've been following this season as it airs in the UK, which is 2 weeks ahead of North America. And. I. Love. It.

Mat Smith wouldn't have been my first choice since I'm a huge David Tennant fan and I didn't want to see him go. But Smith has done a brilliant job keeping the series charged and the plots are still as uniquely charming as all of the 2005 series has been. I'm looking forward to each week :D

My only complaint would be the price. The UK iTunes store has the season for an equivalent of $38 CAD, and this series in the US iTunes is equal to $35 CAD. Why does iTunes jack up the price for Canadians at unfair rates? We'll never know, but don't let that stop you from purchasing the season if you're a fan.