Doctor Who: Season 2 (2006)



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Air date: Sep 29, 2006
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The BBC continues in its successful quest to rebrand the iconic "Doctor Who" franchise with this second series of 21st-century episodes. The kitschy sets of old have been discarded as the 10th incarnation of the Doctor (David Tennant) teams with his loyal companion Rose (Billie Piper) to zip through the galaxy in the Tardis while confronting a vast array of villains and intergalactic troublemakers. This time out, Queen Victoria and the Cybermen come face to face with Tennant's Doctor, and longstanding fans of the show will be delighted to see the return of everyone's favorite robotic dog K9.


David Tennant
as Doctor Who
Camille Coduri
as Jackie Tyler
Noel Clarke
as Mickey
Shaun Dingwall
as Pete Tyler
Paul Kasey
as Cyber-Leader
Danny Webb
as Mr. Jefferson
Will Thorp
as Toby Zed
Andrew Hayden-Smith
as Jake Simmonds
Shaun Parkes
as Zachary Cross Flane
Roger Lloyd Pack
as John Lumic
Tracy Ann Oberman
as Yvonne Hartman
Sophia Myles
as Madame de Pompadour
Pauline Collins
as Queen Victoria
Elisabeth Sladen
as Sarah Jane Smith
Raji James
as Dr. Rajesh Singh
Ronny Jhutti
as Danny Bartock
Peter Kay
as Victor Kennedy
Ron Cook
as Magpie
Nicholas Briggs
as Cyber-Voice
Gabriel Woolf
as The Beast
Mark Warren
as Elton Pope
Edna Dore
as Maeve
Zoë Wanamaker
as Cassandra
Jamie Foreman
as Eddie Connolly
Edna Dore
as Maeve
Tim Faraday
as Tom's Dad
Doña Croll
as Matron Casp
Debra Gillett
as Rita Connolly
Shirley Henderson
as Ursula Blake
Lucy Robinson
as Frau Clovis
Simon Greenall
as Mr. Skinner
Freema Agyeman
as Adeola Oshodi
Rory Jennings
as Tommy Connolly
Margaret John
as Grandma Connolly
Helen Griffin
as Mrs. Moore
Don Warrington
as The President
MyAnna Buring
as Scooti Manista
Moya Brady
as Bridget
Colin Spaull
as Mr. Crane
Erica Eirian
as Neighbor
Mona Hammond
as Rita-Anne
Sam Cox
as Detective Inspector Bishop
Adjoa Andoh
as Sister Jatt
Duncan Duff
as Newsreader
Stephen Marzella
as Police Officer
Ieuan Rhys
as Crabtree
Jean Challis
as Aunty Betty
Huw Edwards
as Commentator
Barbara Windsor
as Peggy Mitchell
Bella Emberg
as Mrs. Croat
Christopher Driscoll
as Security Guard
Hajaz Akram
as Indian Newsreader
Anthony Debaeck
as French Newsreader
Marie Lewis
as Mrs. Gallagher
Takako Akashi
as Japanese Newsreader
Paul Fields
as Weatherman
David Warwick
as Police Commissioner
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Critic Reviews for Doctor Who Season 2

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David Tennant excels as the Doctor, bringing a wholly different characterization than Christopher Eccleston.

Jun 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Doctor Who is not only looking at how things were, but also at how they are, using the lens of history to gain perspective on the present.

Dec 2, 2013 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

This is sci-fi television at its finest.

Dec 2, 2013 | Rating: 10/10 | Full Review…

I'm not absolutely sure that "Army Of Ghosts"/"Doomsday" is the best of the five Russell T. Davies-penned finales, but it's definitely the one that is most solid in its construction.

Jun 15, 2018 | Full Review…

Doctor Who Season Two (or Season 28, depending on your anal-retentiveness) has been a string of entertaining highs and lows, in terms of both quality and intensity.

Dec 2, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Doctor Who: Season 2


Tenant appears, ushering in a universal appeal to the show. Appearances by Sarah Jane, clockwork robots and Daleks vs Cybermen are highlights, but the heartbreaking finale really seals it.


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Truly amazing sci-fi blended seamlessly with emotional drama and wonder.


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