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Matt Smith and Karen Gillen make their triumphant return as the Doctor and his companion in an all-new series of Doctor Who coming to DVD and Blu-ray. This release combines the two halves of series six with the 2010 Christmas Special, “A Christmas Carol,” plus hours of bonus material to make a spectacular collectible that no fan will want to miss! The new series includes the first ever episodes shot in the US and promises new thrills, new monsters, and new adventures which will leave fans pinned to the edge of their seats.
5 Night and the Doctor specially recorded scenes exclusive to DVD
5 specially recorded episode prequels
2 sketches recorded for the UK’s Comic Relief charity event
4 Monster Files - Get under the skin and inside the minds of the Doctor’s most challenging opponents
Doctor Who Confidential - An inside look at each episode
Bonus Doctor Who Confidential – “A Night’s Tale” about the exclusive DVD scenes
Audio Commentary on select episodes
Editor's NoteThis release from the popular British science-fiction series DOCTOR WHO includes all 14 episodes from the show's sixth season, following the titular, Eleventh Doctor (played by Matt Smith) as he and his companion (Karen Gillan) use the infamous Tardis to travel through time and space, often stopping aliens, evil, and general chaos from destroying the Earth.
Doctor Who - The Complete Sixth Series - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Josh Lasser Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 11/21/2011 2:59 AM
|I don't particularly want to start a review this way, but I would be lying if I didn't say that after watching the sixth season of the regenerated Doctor Who series twice through (once on TV and once now on Blu-ray) that I wasn't worried about the show's trajectory. Many issues in season five, the first with Steven Moffat running the series and Matt Smith as the Doctor, are easily forgiven as it was the first with both men in their current positions. There isn't such leeway with the new season however and, what's worse, is that the mistakes themselves seem more egregious....read the full review|