A new year brings a new Dalek in an outstanding season capper.
A game-changing season of Who ends not with a bang, but a whimper.
Doctor Who often dances around stoner logic, but this episode does a full on waltz with it.
Who proves once again that historical stories are its bread and butter, in an episode that finally address how a female Doctor navigates the past.
What starts out seeming like a biting satire of a retail giant goes in a much different, more muddled direction.
The TARDIS travels through history once again to deliver an episode that’s exceptional on just about every level.
Chris Chibnall hasn’t found a perfect balance with his vision for Doctor Who quite yet, but he’s getting there.
The Doctor and her companions encounter an eight-legged threat and an American villain with some familiar features.
The TARDIS visits a turning point in history in a standout episode.
A middling actioner of an episode is propped up by some incredible South African location work as the new era continues to roll out.
Jodie Whittaker wastes no time establishing herself as the Doctor in a season premiere that feels like an exciting fresh start.
Peter Capaldi raised the bar for who and what the Doctor can be.
Making the Doctor a woman wasn’t just necessary, it was inevitable.
A rich, emotion-drenched final episode for the Capaldi era.
The shockingly horrific beginning of an end.
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.