Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction TV series in history, airing initially from 1963 to 1989. The series told the story of the Doctor, a mysterious traveller in space and time, whose TARDIS can take him and his companions anywhere in time and space. He faces many dangerous adversaries along the way, righting wrongs and bringing justice.
Last EpisodeTV Special: The Curse of Fatal Death Aired: Mar. 18, 1999
A special charity episode of the famous time travelling show. The Doctor announces his engagement at last, but before he retires from 'Doctor-ing' …
- The Doctor (1963-1966)
- The Doctor (1966-1969)
- The Doctor (1970-1974)
- The Doctor (1974-1981)
- The Doctor (1981–1984)
Series Fun Facts
- Patrick Troughton left the series in 1969 after three years due to exhaustion following the show's demanding work schedule and to avoid being typecast.
- In "Frontier in Space", The Third Doctor and Jo Grant discover that The Master schemes to trigger a war between Earth and Draconia. In Tomorrow Never Dies, James Bond set out to stop media…
[show]In "Frontier in Space", The Third Doctor and Jo Grant discover that The Master schemes to trigger a war between Earth and Draconia. In Tomorrow Never Dies, James Bond set out to stop media mogul Elliot Carver from triggering a war between England and China. Jonathan Pryce later played The Master in Comic Relief: Doctor Who - The Curse of Fatal Death (1999) (TV).
- Peter Davison's real surname is Moffett, but had to change it to avoid confusion with director Peter Moffatt who he worked with on Doctor Who and All Creatures Great and Small with.