More drama, less comedy.
The unlikeliest TARDIS trio ever travel to second-century Scotland.
“Empress of Mars” brings Doctor Who back to the sci-fi basics.
Act III of the Monk trilogy loses its way.
Timely and political, Doctor Who delivers another splendid episode.
“Extremis” is Doctor Who at its darkest and most brilliant.
“Oxygen” is a breath of fresh air for Doctor Who.
“Knock Knock” is the first truly duff episode of the season.
“Thin Ice” is a brilliantly cracking yarn about racism, climate change, and income inequality.
The trip to humankind’s future in “Smile” is a feast for the eyes.
The latest episode of Doctor Who is rife with the promise of greatness to come.
Steven Moffat’s love letter to old Superman movies.
The Doctor and River Song are together again, for the very first time.
Season nine goes out with a deft series of emotional bangs.
Ah, yes. Now the season’s back on track.
Don’t read this recap until you’ve watched this episode. Really. Don't.
Season nine finally fumbles, stumbles, and falls.
Zygon ... I’m still only in Zygon.
Let’s let Zygons be Zygons.
The episode offers some of the finest acting of Maisie’s career.
Maisie’s more important than we ever expected.
Season nine is already looking tremendous.
All your base are belong to us.
Things ain’t what they used to be.
The season premiere loots the series's past for riches.
Hanging with Sweet Papa Chrimbo.
A female Doctor at some point in the future now feels inevitable.
Can’t see this forest for the trees.
Clara is the Doctor ... of lies!
Having a good time, having a good time.
I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon.
The episode that needed to happen.
What do you want more than anything else?
What’s underneath your bed?
A deliriously funny trip to the Middle Ages breaks up this season’s darkness.
After 50 years of Dalek stories, it cannot be easy coming up with something that hasn't been done before.
The season eight premiere with new doctor Peter Capaldi delivers an unexpectedly cinematic experience.
The Matt Smith era comes to a bombastic, unsatisfying close.
The series celebrates 50 years and gives itself a new mission.
Season seven's dramatic close comes with a shocking, must-see cliffhanger.
Neil Gaiman delivers the best episode of the season.
A half great–half bad episode.
"Picture the biggest ship you’ve ever seen ... "
The Doctor is spooked and Clara goes for a ride.
Stop worrying and love the bomb.
Sing, sing a song!
"Don’t click on it!"
Steven Moffat's Christmas specials are most certainly dark fairy tales.
This week's episode was all about romance.
This week's episode was a letdown after the last three installments.
A morality tale set in the old West.
In this digital age of creating dinosaurs with ease, it’s almost amazing that it’s taken Doctor Who seven seasons to get around to doing it.
This may have been Steven Moffat's best season opener yet.
A great season delivers an uneven, yet strangely compelling, finale.
So many shows, so little time.
The fourth dimension has fascinated TV creators for a half-century.
“It needs to do something different.”
Peter Capaldi is stepping down, so let’s guess who the next Time Lord will be.
He knows a thing or two.
“I feel it’s time to move on.”
The Doctor takes America.
With Peter Capaldi, Andy Serkis, Kevin Smith, and many more.
More drama, less comedy.
What did they steal from the TARDIS?