It’s been a big year for the classic British sci-fi TV series and today is the show’s birthday. As of today, it turns 57 years old.
The show has also switched streaming services this year, but the good news is we have you covered.
If you are looking to stream the show’s 2005 reboot (2005-present), you can stream all 12 seasons of it on HBO Max. That will includes Doctors 9-13.
What it will also include is the show’s 50th-anniversary special “The Day of the Doctor” that aired in 2013 during the show’s seventh season. It includes the 10th Doctor (David Tennant), 11th Doctor (Matt Smith), War Doctor (John Hurt), Clara Oswald as the 11th Doctor’s companion (Jenna Coleman) and “The Moment” played by Billie Piper, who was originally the 10th Doctor’s first companion.
There is also the “Classic Doctor Who” TV series that aired from 1963-1989 over 26 seasons. To stream this version of the show, it is available to stream on Britbox, which does include the 1996 “Doctor Who” movie.
“Classic Doctor Who” additionally has its own channel on Pluto TV that airs the show (with ads) 24/7.
For those looking to stream the Peter Cushing version of The Doctor, “Dr. Who and The Daleks,” that can be streamed on Tubi and Britbox
The special about the creation of the show and how the show was run during the 1st Doctor era (William Hartnell played by David Bradley) can be watched on Hoopla and Britbox too.
Spin-offs of “Doctor Who” such as “Torchwood” and “The Sarah Jane Adventures” can be streamed on HBO Max. All eight episodes of the one and only season of “Class” is not available on a streaming service, but it can be purchased on iTunes for $22.99.
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