The Doctor finally faces a situation where the universe is at stake. She discovers the Stenzan warrior has made himself a false got to a very small but powerful race, and Earth is in big trouble.
The Doctor arrives in Norway, finding a scared blind girl afraid of a monster who may have taken her dad. What she finds is something more unusual: a universe that may threaten our own.
The Doctor is in the middle of a witch hunt and Alan Cummings has a fine time.
The Doctor suspects someone at an intergalactic version of Amazon.com is in trouble. She and the gang go undercover, and find out an even worse plan is unfolding,
The Doctor head to Pakistan 1947 because Yaz wants to know why her grandmother gave her a watch and told her never to fix it. The answer is a tragic romance that has a lesson people should learn now. There’s also aliens who aren’t what they seem.
The Doctor and her crew deal with a lot in a medical ship: a pilot with a hidden health problem, a male alien who’s pregnant and cute monster who could destroy the ship
The Doctor and her friends are back on Earth, just in time to see an invasion of really big spiders. It could be linked to a rich guy who wants to be President.
The Doctor lands in Birmingham in 1955, where she meets Rosa Parks the day before she changes civil rights history. However, there’s someone from the future who doesn’t want it to happen.
The Doctor and her new friends find themselves in an intergalactic race which is also a fight for survival. She’s also trying to find her TARDIS, and discovers those aliens from last week could rival the Daleks.
It’s a new era on Doctor Who, and the season eleven premiere does a good job establishing Jodie Whittaker as the new Doctor. She battles an alien who is in the middle of a human hunt.