The bifurcated seventh season comes to a close with an ending that almost justifies the tortuous route taken to get there.
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Neil Gaiman delivers his take on a classic WHO monster in one of the most fun episodes of the season.
There's trouble at t'mill in Victorian Yorkshire in this boisterous but flimsy episode.
The Doctor must survive the wrath of his own beloved ship in a weak episode filled with running but going nowhere fast.
A classic haunted house tale spins into something much weirder once the Doctor sticks his nose in.
The Doctor and Clara materialize on a Soviet submarine in 1983 where an old foe awaits them.
The Doctor tackles an Old God hungry for stories in a simple episode with a lot of subtext.
The Doctor is back...and he's here to fix the internet.
A festive special finds the Doctor mourning the loss of Amy and Rory, but a plot involving psychic snow and a feisty young governess are enough to pull him out of his funk.
Amy and Rory part ways with the Doctor in an episode that is all about the beauty and tragedy of saying goodbye to the ones we love.
Billions of mysterious cubes are the catalyst for a story about the Doctor's restless nature, as the clock ticks down to Amy and Rory's exit.
An offbeat western adventure for the Doctor offers more character depth and less movie cliches than you might think.
Tonight's episode is frothy but fun.
"Asylum of the Daleks" gets the Doctor's seventh season off to a disappointingly sloppy start.