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Doctor Who 15 Seasons 2008

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Season 4
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4.6 out of 5 stars (234) IMDb 7.7/10

By chance the Doctor (David Tennant) is reunited with the former bride Donna Noble (Catherine Tate). Together they venture into the past and future, traveling across the galaxies in search of adventure.

Starring:
David Tennant, Catherine Tate

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Season 4
1. Partners in Crime

Donna is determined to find the Doctor again.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 48 minutes
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2. The Fires of Pompeii

Psychic powers and stone beasts run riot in old Pompeii, but can Donna dare the Doctor to change established history?

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 48 minutes
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3. Planet of the Ood

The Doctor takes Donna to her first alien world.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 43 minutes
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4. The Sontaran Stratagem

Martha Jones summons the Doctor back to modern day Earth, but an old enemy lies in wait.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 44 minutes
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5. The Poison Sky

As the Sontarans choke the Earth, the Doctor battles to keep both Martha and Donna alive.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 44 minutes
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6. The Doctor's Daughter

On the planet Messaline, in the middle of an endless war, the Doctor meets the most important woman of his life.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 45 minutes
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7. The Unicorn and the Wasp

With a 1920s dinner party turning into a murder mystery, the Doctor and Donna meet Agatha Christie on the eve of her publicized disappearance.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 44 minutes
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8. Silence in the Library

The Doctor and Donna enter a world of terror inside an abandoned library.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 43 minutes
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9. Forest of the Dead

As the shadows rise, the Doctor forges an alliance with the mysterious River Song.

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 45 minutes
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10. Midnight

The Doctor is trapped on the planet Midnight, as the knocking on the wall begins...

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 43 minutes
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11. Turn Left

Can Donna and Rose stop the approaching Darkness?

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 49 minutes
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12. The Stolen Earth

Earth's greatest heroes assemble to fight the New Dalek Empire. But a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows....

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 45 minutes
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13. Journey's End

As Davros and the Daleks threaten the entire universe, the Doctor's companions join forces. But the prophecy declares that one of them will die....

AGES-12-AND-OVER 1 January 2008 1 hour, 3 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Children & Family, Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director James Strong
Starring David Tennant, Catherine Tate
Supporting actors Billie Piper, Sarah Lancashire, Bernard Cribbins, Jacqueline King, Verona Joseph, Jessica Gunning, Martin Ball, Rachid Sabitri, Chandra Ruegg, Sue Kelvin, Jonathan Stratt, Ruari Mears, Richard Price, Matthew Rohman
Season year 2008
Network BBC Worldwide
Producers Phil Collinson, Russell T. Davies, Julie Gardner
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Normally, when a series reaches its fourth season, signs of faltering start to show. Or you find that a programme is way past its best, recycling old material/plot ideas and is no longer as fresh and quality as you fondly remember.

Mercifully, though...that is not something that applies with the fourth series of Doctor Who. Far from being tired and overdone, the fourth season of the new series was just as inventive and deep as ever, with Russell T Davies taking the show in further directions. In fact, I'd call it the best series of new Who. Aside from being my personal favourite, I found Series 4 more consistent and epic than anything that has gone before or since. And most importantly, it turned me from an admirer of the show, into a die-hard fan.

Here, David Tennant was now entering his third series as the Tenth Doctor, and had established himself as both an icon of television and arguably the greatest incarnation ever of the Time Lord, supported by great companions whose chemistry drove previous series to such classic heights. After choosing Billie Piper and Freema Agyeman to share the spotlight with David, Russell T Davies shocked the world by unveiling high-profile comedienne Catherine Tate to reprise her role as loudmouthed temp Donna Noble to return to the series; as the Doctor's FULL-TIME companion.

The reaction was understandable, given that the Donna Noble character (from the ill-received episode `The Runaway Bride'.) was absolutely unbearable and that Tate herself was a comedienne whose style some people find (myself included) hit-and-miss. But Davies clearly knew what he was doing by bringing Tate back.
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By ds VINE VOICE on 30 July 2008
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Amongst fans, series four of Doctor Who has probably been more divisive than any of the the preceding three, causing some to lament that it had become little more than a soap opera, while others applauded its desire to push boundaries and experiment.

Personally, I fall into the latter camp. As time has moved on, the bar has been moved ever higher in terms of performance, scripting and production values, even since series 3. As good as David Tennant is, and he is VERY good, this is most definitely Catherine Tate's series. When she was cast, there was a vocal tranche of opinion that dreaded her appearance, based purely on her role in the 2006 Christmas Special (in the series 3 boxset). Even that was a little harsh; she had merely played the part as written, though there were clear echoes of her sketch show in it. However, as time went on, the audience went on a journey with Donna and gradually warmed to her, as she gained some kind of enlightenment and a sense of wonder at all the things she saw. Not just that, but her relationship with Tennant's Doctor, though platonic, had that wonderful kind of spark that Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn shared in their movies. I think the perfect example of that comes at the very end of the series; it was the major highlight of the series finale for me.

So, what of the episodes themselves:

First episodes of a series are tough to judge at the time and while series 3's 'Smith and Jones' had been the best at that point, 'Partners In Crime' trumps it. The Adipose plot was admittedly barely a cypher to bring CT and DT back together, but Sarah Lancashire held her own and there were obvious signs of the great chemistry to come.
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Series four of Doctor Who sees the return of Donna Noble, the new companion who is travelling with the Doctor this series. Series three is in my opinion the best series of Doctor Who, but series four is definitely a close second. There are so many great stories in this series and I will now give you my thoughts on each of the episodes.

Voyage of the Damned – This is a good Christmas special, but not up to the standard of “The Christmas Invasion” or “The Runaway Bride” in my opinion. It was great to see Kylie Minogue in an adventure with the Doctor; there are some funny moments as well. The characters are great, in particular Astrid, Mister Copper and Banacafalata. The plot is okay, the “Host” are good as they generate suspense but there are some flaws and areas that could have been improved. However, it is an enjoyable Doctor Who story. Grade: C- (7/10)

Partners in Crime – This episode is a great start for series four, and is a really good way to bring the Doctor and Donna back together who haven’t met again since “The Runaway Bride.” The chemistry between David Tennnant and Katherine Tate is brilliant. This episode is a lot of fun to watch and is very funny. This is possibly one of the funniest episodes I have ever seen of Doctor Who. I loved the characters and the ending is excellent. The plot and the Adipose are the weak parts; it’s light-hearted most of the time. The storyline is bizarre but the entertainment factor overpowers this negative element. The comedy is what makes this episode work though. It’s good to see aspects of Donna’s life and view the introduction of Wilfred Mott who is a significant character for later in the series and the specials. It’s a solid opener for series four.
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