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Doctor Who - Complete Series 12 (Amazon Exclusive) [Blu-ray] 
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4 May 2020
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- Rated : Suitable for 12 years and over
- Language : English
- Package Dimensions : 17.02 x 13.46 x 1.78 cm; 240 Grams
- Release date : 4 May 2020
- Actors : Jodie Whittaker, Jodie Whittaker
- Studio : BBC
- ASIN : B082VV4TD3
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 13,628 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Jodie Whittaker’s globally acclaimed Thirteenth Doctor returns for her sophomore series — a brand new set of action-packed epic adventures spanning space and time. Accompanied by her three best friends, Ryan, Yaz and Graham, the Thirteenth Doctor is set to face her toughest challenges yet. Featuring terrifying monsters old and new, figures from Earth’s history, and an eclectic set of guest stars, this series will delve deeper into the hearts of the Thirteenth Doctor. Cinematic visuals, compelling characters, and a host of alien threats all collide in new episodes shot through with Doctor Who’s trademark warmth, humour and heart. The return of Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor and friends is set to thrill, scare and delight audiences around the world.
Guest stars include: Stephen Fry, Sir Lenny Henry CBE, Robert Glenister and Goran Višnjić.
• 10 x Closer Look behind-the-scenes documentaries
• 3 audio commentaries
• ‘What To Expect in Series 12’ preview
Starring: Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch), Bradley Walsh (Law & Order: UK), Tosin Cole (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Mandip Gill (Love, Lies and Records)
Showrunner: Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch)
Executive Producer: Matt Strevens (Misfits)
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I must admit I didn't enjoy season 11 at all and after watching all 10 episodes of season 12 it felt no better. Although I do like the new Master and Ruth the Doctor of whom both made Jodie look completely out of her depth, as they are clearly much more talented actors.
Jodie still looks like she's reading her lines straight from the page, the overcrowded "fam" tardis team still look like extras with nothing to do, the series still feels disjointed and the political correctness and hard left liberal messaging seems to have been cranked up to 11. I just wish they'd forget about trying to make political statements and just concentrate on making a good science fiction show again. Both Russel T Davis and Steven Moffat did a great job with the show. However after watching this awful helping of Doctor Who, even John Nathan-Turner looks amazing.
Personally I would skip this show until they make some serious changes back in the right direction, but if you do wish to watch this, just turn on iplayer and save your money.
The audience figures say it all, as well as all the reviews. The show is dying a slow a painful death. If David Tennant is the Tom Baker of the modern era, then Jodie Whitaker is the Sylvester McCoy. And we all know what came next. The show is now possibly beyond saving now, unless the Doctor wakes up from this horrible dream.
Btw season 12 is absolutely fantastic so far. Fugitive of the Judoon and Praxeus have become instant classics in my book. Jodie seems so much more comfortable in her role this season. She has very much become her own doctor. The writing has improved dramatically and the visual effects are stunning! This season truly feels like Doctor Who. Last season was the worst season ever. I’ve been a fan for as long as I can remember but even I lost hope after watching season 11. I wasn’t even excited about the season finale. But this season I’m super excited for each and every episode. Hats off to the BBC. Loving all the plot twists and mega mega shocks, and the character development is out of this world this season. I don’t fully trust Yaz. I feel like she is a mole. I feel like her days in the tardis are numbered. Praxeus was a rare kind of episode. It was full of action
This Series was a goody bag of Treats. There Three High points and Three Low Points. Spyfall is pretty good. It’s badly written, doesn’t make any sense when you think about it but hugely entertaining and a massive step up from Safe-ries 11. Oprhan 55 may be the worst doctor who episode ever made. It’s bad. It’s not love and monsters bad. It’s bad. It’s so preachy and “WE GET IT, CLIMATE CHANGE IS BAD, GRETA THUNBERG TELLS US EVERY WEEK!”. Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror is a great episode. It’s like the good historical stories from the RTD era with a great look into the historical character and a great performance (I can’t remember his name but I am in love with him (as an actor)). Fugitive of the Judoon is great but it’s ruined by overstuffing. Seriously it’s like sugar. It’s nice and sweet but the more it becomes bad for you. I mean you got the judoon part which is really good, the writings excellent, and then the jack bit which is good but you realise he’s only back for the exposition and isn’t back for the rest of the series. And the new doctor part. Yeah it’s a bit too much. Especially when the next episode is so boring and bland when put side by side. Praxeus is an episode. Can you hear me? Could have been so good but it’s wasted by exposition. You are a VISUAL format you don’t need to tell us everything. The visuals in that episode were stunning but is ruined by the writing also there’s a tact on PSA that is good character development for Yaz and was eerily timed considering the events of the episode next week after it aired, it’s just out of place in an episode that was botched. Haunting of Villa Diodati was gearing up to be one of my fav episodes of the show, the writing was great, the idea was great, the cast were great. but was ruined by the return of the Cybermen (who I love in general) but hear. This episode ruined the Cybermen’s fear. One the half converted look is stupid and not scary. Two, it talks like a poet (I know what they were trying to do). I mean pick An idea. I would prefer if the Cybermen had its face fully covered and talked like a poet. It would have been so creepy but there’s an actor inside and I can see him and it screams and It ruined it. Ascension of the Cybermen was really good blast from start to finish tho I can’t judge it as one episode as it feels like a part one. The lone Cyberman improved tho. And then the finale...wow. The timeless child idea should have been done in the Hinchcliffe era and not now. Seriously it’s far too late to start adding new mythology into the doctor at this point in the show. If they done in back in season 14 (1976/77) when the show was still young and wasn’t as big as it was now and developing then yes. But it’s far too late. far too late. You have to build now, not tear it down. I read somewhere Chibs wanted to reboot the show. He should have done that. Also the execution was terrible in that episode. Chibs was on drugs.