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There are some really great things happening in Doctor Who Season 7, and the addition of Clara Oswin Oswald could turn out to be one of the most monumental characters in the show's history.
It's clever, fast, funny, eerie, surprising and tearjerking - all in one spectacularly polished package. And Steven Moffat steps over 49 years of Dalek baggage to make them fresh and menacing again.
Matt Smith continues to refine his infinitely charismatic take on the Time Lord. He's still capable of channeling a giddy, boyish sweetness, of course, but he seems newly ancient and suspicious.
50 years in, we're happy to take a season that - while conceptually, sporadically wonky - succeeded in keeping us just as excited for what happens next as ever.
In the penultimate batch of episodes before Doctor Who's jubilee year, executive producer Steven Moffat continues to marvel with his ability to keep the time-and-space-travelling Doctor in ever-so-complicated trouble. [Blu-ray]
Season seven mostly finds Doctor Who still in fine form.
Audience Reviews for Doctor Who: Season 7
Dec 29, 2020The season suffers a little from being divided in two parts, and from quit a few badly written episodes (like Dinosaurs on a space ship that wastes a whole episode in the first half). The second half feels a bit confused, but it starts to lay the foundation for future events.
Dec 13, 2020This season was such a hugely disappointing sendoff to the greatest Doctor this show has had. I liked the finale, though many didn't seem to, but the season as a whole was just poorly written and not interesting and forcibly dark in a disinteresting way. The only redeeming episodes were Amy and Rory's farewell (which nearly had me in tears and was just an awesome, complex episode), "The Snowmen" which introduced one of the best companions, and "The Name of the Doctor". The other two "of the Doctor" episodes were good, but aren't technically included in this season. Besides that, the episodes were either bad or mediocre. It was really sad to see. Matt Smith deserved better.
Dec 03, 2020this is my second favourite series of doctor who with it being behind series 4. it contains my favourite episode of all time (the Rings of Akhatten) and I think there isn't one bad episode in this. this series is so underrated.
Mar 27, 2020A liitle more sci-fi than fantasy, but still love it.
Jan 30, 2020This series was exciting to watch, the phone was off the hook, no visitors signs up :). A nice way to spend a bit of time away from reality.
Jan 27, 2020Enjoyable Sci-fi, much better than the drivel it has become in 2020! Oh god, it's awful now.
Jan 15, 2020I thought last season sucked. Last season's writing by Stalin's propaganda team has been sent to the gulag for being to right wing. But remember Gulags and bread lines are a good thing....
Jan 15, 2020Congratulations, everyone! Dr. Who's back ... I hope you like rotten garbage! Bad production and acting. Also, Dr. Rev. Who will deliver politically left sermons throughout the episode. Thanks, BBC!
Jan 14, 2020Loved it... Missing Mat today still
Jan 03, 2020Mediocre at best, First half is the best of the season, the rest is very generic and bland.