Okay, so... uhh... I've so far only been able to watch episodes post-reboot (2005-present). Netflix only has those, sadly. Is there any way to watch the classics free? (I am boycotting iTunes... the stupid freaking thing is the reason all of the music stores are going out of business...)
Just so you're aware, it's not easy to find a lot of the early Doctor Who episodes and indeed a great many of them are completely lost:I have not seen any of the show yet, but I have a list of TV shows that I will watch in the future, and Doctor Who is on that list. I plan on watching all of the episodes in chronological order, staring with the William Hartnell episodes from the 60s. Then I will go on with the rest of the original Doctor Who series, and then the 2005 revival, Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and K-9 (alternating episodes where they take place).
By the way, does anybody know of a list of all Doctor Who onscreen media, official or not, animated or live-action? I would like a list of everything onscreen, as long as it does not contradict canon (no Peter Cushing films) and is not a fan film. A link to one would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance to anyone who helps.
On a side note, I heard the next doctor might be female. Does anybody have any more information about this rumor?
I am aware, but I believe the missing episodes are all available in audio form.Just so you're aware, it's not easy to find a lot of the early Doctor Who episodes and indeed a great many of them are completely lost:
Doctor Who missing episodes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia