Doctor Who, Season 11

Doctor Who, Season 11

Doctor Who

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2018-09-04
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 23
From 1,365 Ratings


Bigger and bolder than ever, this season marks the arrival of Jodie Whittaker, the Thirteenth Doctor – a super-smart force of nature – alongside a team of new and delightful characters.


Title Time Speed
1 The Woman Who Fell to Earth 1:03:13 48,669 KB/Sec Download
2 Closer Look, The Woman Who Fell to Earth 05:20 33,883 KB/Sec Download
3 The Ghost Monument 48:56 44,714 KB/Sec Download
4 Closer Look, The Ghost Monument 05:11 37,417 KB/Sec Download
5 Rosa 49:47 42,237 KB/Sec Download
6 Closer Look, Rosa 04:45 21,878 KB/Sec Download
7 Arachnids in the UK 49:31 36,589 KB/Sec Download
8 Closer Look, Arachnids in the UK 05:08 34,687 KB/Sec Download
9 The Tsuranga Conundrum 50:48 21,828 KB/Sec Download
10 Closer Look, The Tsuranga Conundrum 05:28 35,675 KB/Sec Download
11 Demons of the Punjab 50:13 27,781 KB/Sec Download
12 Closer Look, Demons of the Punjab 05:32 35,875 KB/Sec Download
13 Kerblam! 48:58 48,492 KB/Sec Download
14 Closer Look, Kerblam! 04:32 42,322 KB/Sec Download
15 The Witchfinders 46:40 39,842 KB/Sec Download
16 Closer Look, The Witchfinders 04:33 38,606 KB/Sec Download
17 It Takes You Away 49:21 34,138 KB/Sec Download
18 Closer Look, It Takes You Away 03:41 33,329 KB/Sec Download
19 The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos 49:49 42,992 KB/Sec Download
20 Closer Look, The Battle of Ranskoor Av K 05:23 38,517 KB/Sec Download
21 Trailer 00:42 24,678 KB/Sec Download
22 Welcome Jodie 02:28 30,717 KB/Sec Download
23 It's About Time 02:01 25,817 KB/Sec Download



  • 90% social commentary and 10% science

    By Live Barncats
    The all new show has altered the focus away from mechanical aptitude and towards past/current American social issues, this suggests the Show is going the way of Class. The scripts have Dr Who using her ‘sonic’ as a magic wand while fixing various American social Issues and muttering about. The scripts for the old male character have him plodding through scripts with the tech knowledge of a turnip. Please hire a writer with at least a basic Knowledge of college level engineering, Recent shows to date were written primarily for entertaining young juveniles With babysitter nonsense. —
  • Thirteen = Brilliant!! Writing = Ehh.

    By Books-R-Me
    After years of people telling me I needed to try out Doctor Who, I finally decided to give it a go. Why? Because of this new series. I was intrigued to see if a show 50+ years running could successfully genderbend its main character while still keeping true to the heart of the character and the show itself. The Doctor has become an icon for geeks everywhere, and as a huge Star Wars, Tolkien, and general sci-fi/fantasy nerd, I have to appreciate that. Series 11 seemed like a great jumping-on join for a noob to get her start in the Whoniverse. I was absolutely right. I fell in love with Jodie Whittaker’s version of the Doctor almost immediately - her quirky mannerisms (and especially facial expressions) remind me somewhat of Martin Freeman’s Bilbo Baggins from The Hobbit films. She instantly captured everything I had always thought the Doctor was supposed to represent. The wisdom, compassion, strength, and age, all wrapped up in a bundle of energy and excitement over the wonders of the universe. I loved it all and couldn’t figure out why so many fanboys were hating. After finishing this series, I went back to series 1, with the introduction of the Ninth Doctor. I’ve been working my way through ever since. And now I’m beginning to understand why many were underwhelmed with series 11. Don’t get me wrong, I still absolutely love Thirteen. I’m still fond of Yaz, Ryan, and Graham. And there are many moments in this series that are downright awesome. But in comparison to past series, the writing is honestly pretty... ehhhh. Plots are fairly simple and predictable, and none of the characters really develop a ton. Besides, I think Jodie could achieve SO much more with the character if the writers and directors would give her half the chance. Let the Doctor finally get tired of having to stand by while the innocent are torn down, let her memories of past battles and loves and losses shine through for a few moments, let her new companions hear stories of those who came before. Let her somehow encounter a shadow from her past, whether it be an old companion, enemy, or location, and the true ancientness of the Doctor be glimpsed again. I don’t want to doubt that the writers will clue in for series 12. I really do believe that awesome things are coming. I just hope that the writers realize how and why this series isn’t all Doctor Who could be - not because of the actors, or the characters, and especially not because of the gender change. But because it’s capable of far more than it’s currently being given. Believe in your characters and fans, BBC. Don’t water it down for us — give us the epicness this show and the first female Doctor deserve.
  • The New Doctor Is Great, But...

    By Ubisububi
    The writing was not up to the show’s usual standards for creativity and wonder. I think the new Doctor is great, though. It’s too bad they didn’t give her better material to work with in her first season.
  • New Years episode

    By Mickhamblen
    How do I get the New Years episode? Can’t say how good it is until I see the last episode.
  • Best season by far

    By Fiddle Buckets Jr.
    Man, the production values, writing, acting, plotting. It’s a quality reinvention of a great show. Some of the best sci-fi I’ve seen on TV in a long while. Absurdly good character work, delightful new ideas and worlds, and a great new Doctor to top it all off. I can’t wait to see where they take this next!
  • Doctor, I let you go

    By Joshua J S
    Just pretend the Doctor opted to not regenerate at the end of the Capaldi era. It’s better that way.
  • Such crap.

    By Tinman1911
    Final victim of BBC. This is the problem with a content producer not answerable to their customers.
  • Buyer’s remorse

    By kee_bee
    I love Jodie and Chris, but this was not a good fit. I look forward to seeing their work in a more suitable genre. I won’t be purchasing anymore DW episodes.
  • Sadly dissappointed

    By jamzer12
    I was really looking forward to the new season of Doctor Who. I've watched Jodie Whittaker in other performances and thought she was very good and couldn’t wait to see what she brought to The Doctor. I even like the idea of having more than one companion. What's surprised me was how bad the writing for this series was. Most of the episodes started out with a very good premise but seem to fall flat halfway through or towards the end. For the next series I hope they keep the cast and fire the writers. I also don't mind the political commentary but keep it subtle and not a slap in the face.
  • Trip down memory lane

    By Loucsl
    I've been watching Doctor Who since I was a kid in the late 70's/80's and I'm just really enjoying the ensemble cast like we had in the original series run. I think the broader perspective gives the situations more excitement and better character development. And I'm really enjoying Whittaker's take on the Doctor. A little bit of 10's timing and compassion, a little bit of 5's sass and fashion sense. Definitely worth a view, particularly if you're coming back to the series.