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The Sarah Jane Adventures, Season 1Closed Captioning

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From award-winning writer Russell T Davies, The Sarah Jane Adventures are thrilling stories for children. Big adventures, superb effects, wicked comedy. Sarah Jane Smith is a truly remarkable woman. A former journalist and companion to Doctor Who, she inhabits a world of mystery, danger, and wonder. A world where aliens are commonplace and the Earth is constantly under threat. A world that her young friends — Maria, Luke, and Clyde — could only dream of before they met Sarah Jane. Nothing will ever be ordinary for them again as they join her and become embroiled in a world of adventure, chases, alien objects, and monsters. From the monstrous Slitheen to the mysterious veiled Abbess and the sinister Mrs. Wormwood, Sarah Jane and her companions fight to confound Earth’s foes — with a little help from Mr. Smith (her highly advanced alien computer), a sonic lipstick (which can open locked doors), and her scanner watch (which can detect alien life forms and identify them — a present from a very special friend).

Customer Reviews

Spin-Off for Doctor Who Fans

As someone more than a little fond of Doctor Who (and Torchwood too), I find this series to be interesting in the way it follows life PTD (Post The Doctor). Though Torchwodd also takes place on Earth, it lacks the reality of everyday life. Sarah Jane and her young companions manage to divert crises, educate themselves and others about extraterrestrial life, and still come back home to water the plants. In a way it is 'Reality Plus,' a delight to watch as either a veteran fan of Doctor Who or a newcomer (whether that be child or adult).

Great Spinoff

I enjoyed this series greatly, although splitting every ep in two took some getting used to. Much better than torchwood. More attention to family and adventures rather than sex and "alternative" lifestyles.

Great Dr.Who spin-off...for KIDS

Don't get me wrong: The Sarah Jane Adventures are pretty much in the tradition of Dr.Who and Torchwood but this is not a TV show made for adults and it shows. It looks and feels less "mature" than Dr.Who/Torchwood, it is more naive and with a much lower level of suspense, gore and violence. I don't say it is bad, it isn't...if you're 12 years old. If you're an adult and if you enjoyed Dr.Who and Torchwood, you may want to think twice before buying this. I'm a huge Dr.Who/Torchwood fan and I regretted deepfully buying The Sarah Jane Adventures. For kids? Definetely a nice way to introduce your kid to the world of Dr.Who/Torchwood. For adults? Pretty much an insult for your eyes, ears and...your patience. ;-)