Everyone thinks I’m crazy O.o
Thanks to nancysammy for this submission!
Netflix will only have Doctor Who and Torchwood on until December 1st...
better hurry! :p
alsoo to that anon... www*tv-links*eu/tv-shows/Doctor-Who--2005-_221/ (i just used asterisks instead of periods there) has all the new seasons! its a little sketchy, but not as much as blinkx if i remember correctly... and when you are looking through links putlocker is definitely the best!
The Ninth doctor is Christopher Ecleston. But actually, starting with the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) or the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) would actually be better. More happens and the backstories are important for understanding all with the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors.
Thanks to anon!
Do you know where I could watch the episodes without paying for them? Not illegally, but from a site like Hulu?
Just be careful. It’s a little sketchy.
Also for all of you hard core Doctor Who fans, after falling in love with the show, watch Torchwood! It is VERY good!
For the anon who wants to know about Doctor Who-start with the Ninth Doctor (the first in the newest round [2005, I think], the doctor before David Tennant)
To the anon who asked about where to start in Doctor Who: Start at the beginning of the revived series. It will make much more sense (in terms of relationship and the order of the doctors and the plot lines) if you start with Christopher Eccleston as the 9th doctor. Especially when you get more into the seasons with 10 and 11, the plots become important to watch in order to fully understand and appreciate the brilliance of Doctor Who! Hope you love it!
To the other anon asking about Doctor Who: I STRONGLY encourage you to either start with season one or season five of the rebooted series. Seasons 1-4 are sort of interconnected and pretty much completely separate from five and six. It wouldn't be that hard to start in the middle of 1-4, but you really don't want to start in the middle of season five or six.