A legendary series on the English audiovisual scene, the Doctor Who series – like its main character – has had many lives. When it leaves the Prime Video catalog on June 30, it’s time to dive into it again.
what is he talking about ?
A 900-year-old extraterrestrial doctor is an adventurer who travels through time and space using his ship, TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space), which, to better adapt to the environment, looks like a phone booth. The doctor travels with a little girl. Together they meet many people on the different planets they explore…
Why is it awesome?
Created or brought to life by Russell T Davis in 2005, it’s kind of an untouchable legend for the British in the same way, or nearly as much, as the Queen. The series was first created in 1963 and ran for 26 seasons until 1989. After 16 years, Davis decided to take Doctor Strange out of the Tardis family. He took it well, because so far the success has not been denied!
1. Because it’s English
In terms of soap operas, the English and the British in general blow a real wind of creativity on European creativity. The tone, the humor, the originality of the themes, the high quality of the performers… they have a knack for aligning planets once they release a new series. Doctor Who is no exception. This story about a seemingly human alien traveling through time and space in a spacecraft that looks like a phone booth from the outside is all Kamoulox on paper, yet it’s an adventure that will last for nearly 60 years.
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2. Because the doctor changes his face
The original idea is very cool. With the principle of renewal, the doctor regularly changes his appearance and therefore his translator is renewed approximately every three seasons. Thus, this revival actually made it possible to “rotate” five doctors and give holy light to their interpreters. If Christopher Eccleston was the least famous after one season, David Tennant saw his notoriety thanks to the role. Just like Matt Smith after him, and then Peter Capaldi and Jodie Whitaker who are revealed by Broadchurch.
3. Because a doctor is never alone
It is part of the Doctor Who brand. Whatever his incarnation, the Doctor is never alone and always has a companion or companion. Cleverly, the series doesn’t get caught up in the predicament of forming a duo of potential lovers. Chance of adventures leads the Doctor to meet the humans with whom he will go a long way. And, of course, the audience becomes as attached to these comrades as they are to the various iterations of the Doctor. Best remembered by Billy Piper is Rose with the number 9The tenth Doctor, written by John Barrowman in the Captain Jack Harkness movie which had its own spin-off series Torchwood or even by Karen Gillan who played Amy with 11The tenth Dr. Matt Smith.
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4. Because there are a lot of great actors
We may tend to forget her a bit quickly, but with her totally crazy adventures, Doctor Who enjoys bringing guests for an episode. We got to see James Corden who played the roommate for 11The tenth Dr. Matt Smith. Carey Mulligan played a small role early in his career in 2007. On the other hand, Andrew Garfield collaborated with Team 10The tenth Doctor (David Tennant). Thus we can enjoy seeing all the stars who have come to provide the answer to the different Doctors like Simon Pegg, Ian McKellen, Kylie Minogue or even Olivia Colman as a really super evil villain!
5. Because it’s so ugly
Yes, this doesn’t really look like a case of show however it is one of their trademarks. With her share of ugly aliens, canyons, oods, zigons and generally a taste for kitsch, Doctor who knew how to cultivate his own style in a form of praise for ugliness. If he can sniff, he is also a real attraction for fans of the first hour.
The first 10 seasons of Doctor Who are available on Prime Video through June 30.
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