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Doctor Who

10 Seasons

Season 401
4.8 out of 5 stars (1,761) IMDb 8.8/10

In season four award-winning actor Catherine Tate returns as the Doctor's new companion, reprising her role as Donna Noble from the 2006 Christmas special The Runaway Bride. They travel back to Pompeii in AD 79, investigate a series of grisly murders with the help of Agatha Christie, and journey to the home world of the sinister Ood. Series Four also sees the return of the Doctor's previous companions - the vivacious Rose Tyler and the feisty Martha Jones.

Starring:
Matt Smith, David Tennant

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Season 401
1. Voyage Of The Damned

It's Christmas Eve, 2007. High above the Earth a spaceship is transporting voyagers from the planet Sto to experience the festive period on the planet below. The spaceship is themed in the style of the White Star Liner, RMS Titanic, and much of the ship's décor resembles the original ship that famously sank after being hit by an iceberg. Who will survive the voyage?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 1 hour, 11 minutes Release date: December 25, 2007
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2. Partners In Crime

Donna Noble is determined to find the Doctor again - even if it means braving the villainous Miss Foster and her hordes of sinister Adipose. But when the alien threat escalates out of control, can Donna find her Time Lord before the march of the Adipose begins?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: April 5, 2008
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3. The Fires Of Pompeii

The Doctor and Donna travel back into ancient history. When they arrive in 79AD, however, they discover psychic powers and beasts of stone running riot in the streets of old Pompeii. The time-travellers face their greatest challenge yet - can established history be changed, or must the Doctor let everyone die?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: April 12, 2008
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4. Planet of the Ood

The Doctor takes Donna to her first alien world, but the Ood-Sphere reveals some terrible truths about the Human Race.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 19, 2008
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5. The Sontaran Stratagem (Part 1 of 2)

Martha Jones summons the Doctor back to modern-day Earth, but an old enemy lies in wait. With the mysterious ATMOS devices spreading across the world, Donna discovers that even her own family is not safe from the alien threat - but is it too late to save them?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 26, 2008
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6. The Poison Sky (Part 2 of 2)

The Sontarans activate their master plan and begin to choke the whole of planet Earth. UNIT is left defenceless, with a traitor in their ranks. And as interplanetary war edges closer, the Doctor has to fight to keep both Martha and Donna alive - but will he have to make the ultimate sacrifice?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 3, 2008
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7. The Doctor's Daughter

The Doctor meets the most important woman of his life on the distant planet Messaline, in the middle of an endless war. But as General Cobb threatens genocide, and Martha is kidnapped by the Hath, the Doctor faces an even greater battle - can he find peace with his own child?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: May 10, 2008
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8. The Unicorn And The Wasp

The Doctor and Donna arrive in 1926 on the day before Agatha Christie went missing for 10 days. At a dinner party hosted by Lady Clemency Eddison, the Doctor and Donna join forces with the world's most famous crime novelist to encounter a body in the library, poisoned cocktails and a Vespiform seeking revenge.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 17, 2008
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9. Silence in the Library (Part 1 of 2)

One hundred years ago, the Universe's greatest library was sealed off with only a cryptic warning as explanation: "Count the shadows." However, it now appears that the shadows are on the move again. The Doctor and Donna must uncover the terrible truth behind the Nodes and the horrifying Data Ghost to uncover the Library's secret.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 31, 2008
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10. Forest of the Dead (Part 2 of 2)

As the shadows rise and march, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song. But can anyone stop the Vashta Nerada? While the Doctor discovers long-buried secrets and revelations about his own future, the sinister Nodes declare that Donna is doomed.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: June 7, 2008
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11. Midnight

The Doctor is trapped, alone, powerless and terrified, on the leisure planet Midnight. Soon, the knocking on the wall begins. Only a woman called Sky seems to know the truth - but as paranoia turns into a witch-hunt, Sky turns the Doctor's greatest strengths against him, and a sacrifice must be made...

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 14, 2008
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12. Turn Left

Donna's entire world collapses, but there's no sign of the Doctor. Instead, she finds help from a mysterious blonde woman - a traveller from a parallel universe. But as Donna and Rose Tyler combine forces, are they too late to save the whole of creation from the approaching darkness?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: June 21, 2008
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13. The Stolen Earth

Earth's greatest heroes assemble in a time of dire need. But can the Doctor's secret army defeat the might of the new Dalek Empire? With battles on the streets and in the skies, the Doctor and Donna must brave the Shadow Proclamation to find out the truth. However, a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows...

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: June 28, 2008
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14. Journey's End

The entire universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their masterplan. The Doctor is helpless, and even the Tardis faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor's secret army of companions - but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes Release date: July 5, 2008
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15. The Next Doctor

When the Doctor arrives and starts to investigate a spate of mysterious deaths, he's surprised to meet another Doctor, with his own sonic screw driver and cockney assistant. How could this be possible? Could this Doctor be a future regeneration? But if so where are his memories?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 1 hour Release date: December 25, 2008
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By Kevin J. Loria VINE VOICE on August 15, 2008
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The major dynamic of Doctor Who has always been one of change, after all it IS a show about a 900+ year-old face-swapping, regenerating Timelord with no-fixed-abode, each week an entirely new location, with a new cast of characters. It's because of this dynamic that the series has had such (multimedia) longevity. With series 4, of the new series we see a continuation of this, with the return of Donna Noble from the Christmas Invasion Special of 2006. But, this isn't the same Donna, she herself has changed as a character for having adventured with the Doctor, although she still, thankfully, is not as in awe of the Doctor as Rose in series 1, or in love as Rose in series 2, or struck love-sick with the unobtainable man as Martha in series 3. Donna has a unique perspective on the Doctor and his universe, almost seeing herself as an equal, if unsure of her abilities, but not so completely trusting of the Doctor. As Rose grew into the role of companion, so does Donna, but her journey isn't as simple, she may be the everyman companion (like Sally Sparrow or the men of LINDA). The show's overall perspective has changed, Rose and Martha held the point of view, unraveling the mysteries (for the viewer) of the Doctor and his world, especially with the angry and enigmatic Chris E's 9th Doctor. But now with David Tennant's 10th Doctor the audience knows more about the "last of the Timelords" than any companion, we don't need the companion as an anchor, thus we has Donna on an even playing field, and an excuse to bring back Martha (also changed for her travels)...an maybe Rose?

This season the series has no major catchwords like "BAD WOLF" or "TORCHWOOD" and who can forget "MR. SAXON.
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...for the occasional lows.

Doctor Who: Series Four was, in my opinion, superior to the previous three series'. Yes, there were low points, but each series has had those. For this series, the writers - as a collective whole - did a fantastic job of dropping clues here and there, and there was a sense of anticipation as the series went from one episode to the next; quite simply, the building up to the finale was masterfully done.

After a questionable start, Catherine Tate really kicked it into high-gear as the newest companion, Donna Noble, and she has become my favorite companion of the revived series. Donna brought a maturity, wisdom and warmth, as well as a sense of humor, that Rose and Martha simply could not deliver. She also wasn't trotting behind the Doctor, all pie-eyed like a puppy dog, completely infatuated with him, and that was a welcome change. To me, Donna was in it for the sheer joy and adventure, in the greatest tradition of the Doctor Who legacy, and I am reminded of one of her lines from 'Planet of the Ood:' "A rocket! A real proper rocket! It's like...you've got a blue box...he's got a Ferrari! Let's see where he's goin'!" Love that!

The stand-out episodes of the season are: 'The Fires of Pompeii,' 'Planet of the Ood,' and 'The Wasp and The Unicorn' - all very well written. The two episodes: 'Silence in the Library' and 'Forest of the Dead' were both penned by the new Who Chief, Steven Moffat, and definitely stand above the pack; 'Midnight' was especially creepy and delved into the unseemlier traits of human behavior and mini-mob mentality in an unknown situation, and the chilling synchronicity between the Doctor and Skye will send a shiver down your spine - guaranteed.
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It just keeps getting better and better !!!
The 4th series is nothing short of excellent !!!
Charismatic David Tennant has really settled into the role comfortably by this his third series.
Catherine Tate, companion Donna is re-introduced as a regular this series as does Martha makes a welcome return for the Sontaran story but many fans have been eagerly awaiting the return of a new and tougher Rose Tyler.
Plus it boasts the return of Davros & the Sontarans, also the Daleks & the Ood,and a mysterious woman from Doctor Who's own personal future,alas the rumour mill is running wild on the internet but I am patient to just enjoy the final outcome on DVD as I have little choice but to wait as I live in Japan.
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