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Doctor Who season two on SciFi

by Will O'Brien, posted Sep 24th 2006 6:22PM
Rose and her mother look after the healing Doctor
If you enjoyed the 'first' season of Doctor Who on SciFi, you'll be glad to hear that the show's coming back to SciFi with season two. The fresh season brings a the new Doctor (revealed in last season's finale) now played by David Tennant along with Billy Piper reprising her role as Rose Tyler.

In the US, we get to see The Doctor second hand. Martin Conaghan already reviewed them for the British season, but you might want to check out his reviews as the season replays in the US. Martin is kind enough to note when he's revealing spoilers but you might want to check them out after you've caught the latest episode.

If you've never seen the new Doctor Who, it's worth checking out. British humor seems to have a sardonic twist that appeals to me. Who else would could pull off a show with a killer Christmas tree?

The first episode of Doctor Who season two premiers on Friday, September 29th at 8/7C.

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Ya, I think I will like this season better than the last one. The new Doc seems more lively and more action oriented.

September 25 2006 at 1:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Akbar Fazil

nick, you have nothing to fear. Tennant ROCKS as the Doctor. Totally different Doc than Eccleston but thats an important part of the Doc. His only down side were a few stinky scripts but overall the second season is awesome.

September 25 2006 at 12:04 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

After Christopher Eccleston seemed to nail the part of the good Doctor, I was afraid I wouldn't like David Tennant, but he reminds me a lot of Tom Baker. No matter who plays the titular part, I'm just glad to have new Dr. Who stories to watch after that looooong break thanks to the BBC thinking nobody watched the show any more.

In a way, the break was good because the show seems to be better than ever. Here's hoping the TARDIS takes us on many fantastic journeys for many years to come.

September 24 2006 at 11:43 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Toby OB

"Who else would could pull off a show with a killer Christmas tree?"

Well, 'Saturday Night Live' did it, thirty years ago....

September 24 2006 at 9:23 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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