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Doctor Who: The Christopher Eccleston & David Tennant Years (Digital SD) EXPIRED

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  • Climb in the TARDIS for the adventure of a lifetime with this enormous Doctor Who collection featuring every episode of the first two Doctors of the modern era, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant. Alongside companions Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Donna Noble (Catherine Tate), Martha Jones and others, it's a non-stop thrill ride as the Doctors battle all the evil forces of the universe including Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans, and much more.

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It's a dumpster fire now. Some try to blame it on the casting of Jodie Whittaker but in my opinion it's just bad writing and directing. Plus it really started going down hill hard during the Peter Capaldi years.

Both actors are quite good on their own standing but with this show they are not. It now feels like watching a forced SJW lecture for an hour every week. The show was always progressive, and that is fine, but when it feels like a lecture I am not interested.

It currently has the lowest ratings ever and rotten tomatoes audience score of about 15% the last time I checked. Don't remember if that score is just for this last season or the show overall.
Wish it was in HD. Have HBO max so can watch it there thankfully as long as their contract keeps them there. Thanks for the deal!
I felt the same way about Matt Smith. Eventually I adjusted to him and he's probably my favorite of the new doctors now. The other poster is right, it went downhill with Capaldi.

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Fantastic! Allons-y!
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Wish it was in HD. Have HBO max so can watch it there thankfully as long as their contract keeps them there. Thanks for the deal!
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Looks like Matt Smith is on sale aswell
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The 12 disc set of this on Amazon is over $30. Nice find.
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The 12 disc set of this on Amazon is over $30. Nice find.
That's because late 2020 or early 2021 they were $7 and now there are probably supply chain issues, or at least that's the excuse Amazon will use.
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Don't they have HDX partway through the David Tennant years. I think it started with the "The Library" episode.
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Anyway to use Google play credit to pay for this?
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I have the David Tennant set on Blu-Ray. Not sure why Vudu doesn't have at least those episodes in HDX
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For someone that really enjoyed Eccleston and especially Tennant but couldn't get past a few episodes of Matt Smith and dropped it there....is it worth going back to the show and is there a good point to pick it up from (post Matt Smith)? Or did it just keep going downhill and/or you really gotta watch all of it?
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Also available for $15 each,

Doctor Who: The Matt Smith (Bundle)

Season 5, Season 6 Part 1, Season 6 Part 2, Season 7 Part 1, Season 7 Part 2, % Specials

https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...le-/371352


Doctor Who: The Peter Capaldi Years (Bundle)

Seasons 8, 9 & 10 with Specials

https://www.vudu.com/content/movi...le-/986293
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For someone that really enjoyed Eccleston and especially Tennant but couldn't get past a few episodes of Matt Smith and dropped it there....is it worth going back to the show and is there a good point to pick it up from (post Matt Smith)? Or did it just keep going downhill and/or you really gotta watch all of it?
It's a dumpster fire now. Some try to blame it on the casting of Jodie Whittaker but in my opinion it's just bad writing and directing. Plus it really started going down hill hard during the Peter Capaldi years.

Both actors are quite good on their own standing but with this show they are not. It now feels like watching a forced SJW lecture for an hour every week. The show was always progressive, and that is fine, but when it feels like a lecture I am not interested.

It currently has the lowest ratings ever and rotten tomatoes audience score of about 15% the last time I checked. Don't remember if that score is just for this last season or the show overall.
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For someone that really enjoyed Eccleston and especially Tennant but couldn't get past a few episodes of Matt Smith and dropped it there....is it worth going back to the show and is there a good point to pick it up from (post Matt Smith)? Or did it just keep going downhill and/or you really gotta watch all of it?
I felt the same way about Matt Smith. Eventually I adjusted to him and he's probably my favorite of the new doctors now. The other poster is right, it went downhill with Capaldi.
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Quote from doltran :
For someone that really enjoyed Eccleston and especially Tennant but couldn't get past a few episodes of Matt Smith and dropped it there....is it worth going back to the show and is there a good point to pick it up from (post Matt Smith)? Or did it just keep going downhill and/or you really gotta watch all of it?
Strangely enough, I consider Matt to be "my doctor", despite how good Tennant was. I think the pro AND con of a show like Doctor Who is that there will always be hit-or-miss episodes, and it's really whether or not you enjoy the lead and companions whether or not you stick it through. This even goes for Classic Who, because I loathed McCoy, personally. When I went back and rewatched the NuWho seasons with my youngest, I found Eccleston's run to be the weakest, though I liked him and wished he'd had more time to really get into the meat of the role. He could have possibly been the strongest, if he had.

I'll never understand the blind Whovian love for RTD, either, and always thought Moffatt was the better writer. I agree that his time as Showrunner ended at the right time, and for me, "Heaven Sent" could arguably be the strongest episode of NuWho altogether.
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