Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 12 Torrent

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The celebrated series reboot marks ten years since its return with a ten episode box set featuring specially selected highlights from the last ten years of New Who for $12.

The Doctor Falls. Peter Capaldi, and Pearl Mackie offer insight into the new season premiere episode. I really liked season 10. Doctor Who The Doctor is an alien Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey who travels through all of time and space in theTARDIS with a companion. Instead of dying, the Doctor is able to 'regenerate' into a new body, taking on a new personality with each regeneration.

The reboot of the Doctor Who has become a global phenomenon. Ten years ago, the Doctor’s journey began anew with Russell T Davies and “Rose”. The Time Lord moved into the 21st century, and demanded we look beyond it, too: into our shared history, our future; towards the edge of what’s possible when it comes to adventures and storytelling.

Today, to mark a decade of New Doctor Who, BBC Worldwide is bringing an exclusive ten-episode box set to you as downloadable Bundle.

Watch Peter Capaldi break down the best of Doctor Who. Then, download or stream the Decade of the Doctor collection, with special video features, for $12. Your journey through time and space starts here.

And, for Pro users, all video can be streamed. No waiting.

Celebrate a Decade of the Doctor with this exclusive box set.

Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 12 Torrent


01 The Decade of Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

02 Rose Preview (Series 1, Episode 1) [Video]

10 Episodes from 2005 – 2014

01 Rose (Series 1, Episode 1) [Video]

02 The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances (Series 1, Episode 9) [Video]

03 The Girl in the Fireplace (Series 2, Episode 4) [Video]

04 Blink (Series 3, Episode 10) [Video]

05 The End of Time (Special 2-Part Episode, 2009) [Video]

Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 12 Torrent

06 The Vampires of Venice (Series 5, Episode 6) [Video]

07 The Doctor’s Wife (Series 6, Episode 4) [Video]

08 The Rings of Akhaten (Series 7, Episode 7) [Video]

09 The Day of the Doctor (50th Anniversary Special, 2013) [Video]

10 Listen (Series 8, Episode 4) [Video]

An Introduction to New Who
01 Rose: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

02 The Girl in the Fireplace: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

03 Blink: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

04 The Vampires of Venice: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

05 The Rings of Akhaten: Peter Capaldi Introduction [Video]

Special Features
01 Earth Conquest (TV Movie, 2014) [Video]

Doctor Who may be down, but it is not out.

The iconic series has experienced a steep decline in the ratings both in the UK and the U.S. this season.

Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 1 scared up 4.9 million total viewers in the UK -- down 40 percent from Jodie Whittaker's debut as the timelord.

The ratings continued to dive from there with 3.7 million tuning into Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 9 -- the penultimate episode of the season.

It is a similar case Stateside. Doctor Who Season 12 is currently averaging 536,000 total viewers -- off as much as 40 percent season-to-season.

In adults 18-49, the series is down almost 53 percent on BBC America.

While the ratings are soft, fans have been loving the twists and turns that have been thrown their way throughout.

Additionally, it's possible that less people are watching live because they don't see at as appointment TV anymore, but they could be watching through other means.


For example, the season premiere built to 6.9 million viewers in consolidated viewing.

Naturally, many have worried about the long-term prospects of the series, but BBC drama controller Piers Wenger has voiced his support for the series.

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“I worked on Doctor Who myself and produced it for many years and I can honestly say I don’t think it’s been in better health editorially,” said Wagnger at an event, per Deadline.

“The production values have never been better.

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“It’s an incredibly important show for young audiences, it’s still watched by families in a world where there are fewer shows that have the power to do that,” he added.

“It will always be an important show for us and we’re a very long way from wanting to rest it.”

Given that the series is a cultural phenomenon, it is unlikely it would be canceled without a pre-planned conclusion in mind.


But it may well be the case that people are watching the series via other means.

What do you think of the news? Do you think the show is in good shape?

Hit the comments below.

Remember you can watch Doctor Who online right here via TV Fanatic.

Doctor Who airs Sundays on BBC America.

Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.