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Doctor Who, Season 10 will see Peter Capaldi embark on his thrilling final chapter as the Twelfth Doctor as well as the introduction of brand new companion Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts and the return of Matt Lucas as Nardole. Fantastic adventures and terrifying monsters await the team of heroes as they journey through space and time in this latest installment of the globally-renowned drama. Expect laughter, danger and exhilarating escapades in this final season under the helm of lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat.

Customer Reviews

The Doctor at his best!

It was clear from the first five minutes that Series 10 of Doctor Who will be great! Can't wait to discuss it on Discussing Who and Doctor Who: Podshock! Pearl Mackie brings a breath of fresh air - plus Matt Lucas returns as Nardole. This may be the best (but we already know it to be the last) season for Peter Capaldi's Twelfth Doctor.

It's clear that Moffat is running on fumes

Capaldi is an amazing Doctor, no doubt. The past few seasons have seriosly declined in story quality, their saving grace has been Capaldi's amazing performance. It was made clear in the first episode that this season is going to try its best, but will ultimately be mediocre. It's such a shame that Capaldi has not had a proper chance to shine, he's an amazing actor who just is unfortunately under the direction of a worn out writter.

Apple is for Rich People

Because I don’t have $30 or $22 to spend, I’m not going to risk the “GET” button because it looks like the inly option is to buy the whole season. This is a first for Dr Who in my experience. I eagerly anticipated spending $2.99 for a lovely Easter afternoon watching Dr Who. If this is the case where you have to buy the season or none at all, it’s just one more example of Apple, or BIG MEDIA, being only accessible to rich people. Do you wonder why people seek other means of obtaining content on the internet. I’m not one of them so I guess no Dr Who for me today. :(