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Doctor Who Season 1

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The series introduces the newly-regenerated Ninth Doctor (Eccleston) sometime after his involvement in the Time War, which the Doctor claims wiped out all of the Time Lords (save himself) and the Daleks. The Doctor meets Rose Tyler (Piper), a young woman working in a department store in contemporary London. Rose is fascinated by the Doctor and joins him in adventures in space and time with his TARDIS, though her behavior worries her mother Jackie (Camille Coduri) and boyfriend Mickey Smith (Noel Clarke), particularly after one instance where she goes missing for twelve months. The Doctor and Rose's travels bring them to meet Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), a Time Agent from the 51st century who joins them as a companion. During their travels, they are unaware that the words "Bad Wolf" appear near them on their travels, such as graffiti written on walls. The Doctor becomes aware of the frequent reappearance of the word and suspects it is some sign of things to come that is following them. In the final episodes, the Doctor, Rose, and Jack arrive on Satellite Five in Earth's far future, discovering that the development of humanity has been hindered by the Daleks. The Emperor Dalek explains it had survived the Time War, and has been creating new Daleks by harvesting humans, and now plans to convert the rest of humanity into Daleks. As the Dalek fleet prepares to attack Earth, the Doctor constructs a Delta Wave device that will destroy all lifeforms near Earth, including humans, believing that humanity will survive on via human colonies on other planets. He tricks Rose into the TARDIS and sends it back to the 21st century to protect her, while he and Jack organize human forces to protect the satellite until the Delta Wave can be triggered. In the attack, Jack is killed by the Daleks. Rose is shocked that the Doctor had sent her back. However, when she sees the words "Bad Wolf" in graffiti all around where the TARDIS landed, she takes this as a sign, and tries to open the Heart of the TARDIS to return to help the Doctor. Jackie and Mickey, seeing her devotion to the Doctor, help her to do so, and she is suddenly infused with the energy from the TARDIS. The TARDIS returns to the future, and Rose, with her new god-like powers, vaporizes the Daleks, and brings Jack back to life. She also uses her powers to send the words "Bad Wolf" through space and time as "a message to lead myself here". With the threat neutralized, the Doctor absorbs the energy from Rose before it kills her, and they set course to leave the station, leaving Jack behind. En route, the Doctor reveals to Rose that the energy will kill him but as a Time Lord, he will be able to regenerate, and soon appears to her as the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant).
Producer(s): Beth Willis, Brian Minchin, Caroline Skinner, Faith Penhale, Mal Young
No. of episodes: 13
Synopsis
The series introduces the newly-regenerated Ninth Doctor (Eccleston) sometime after his involvement in the Time War, which the Doctor claims wiped out all of the Time Lords (save himself) and the Daleks. The Doctor meets Rose Tyler (Piper), a young woman working in a department store in contemporary London. Rose is fascinated by the Doctor and joins him in adventures in space and time with his TARDIS, though her behavior worries her mother Jackie (Camille Coduri) and boyfriend Mickey Smith (Noel Clarke), particularly after one instance where she goes missing for twelve months. The Doctor and Rose's travels bring them to meet Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), a Time Agent from the 51st century who joins them as a companion. During their travels, they are unaware that the words "Bad Wolf" appear near them on their travels, such as graffiti written on walls. The Doctor becomes aware of the frequent reappearance of the word and suspects it is some sign of things to come that is following them. In the final episodes, the Doctor, Rose, and Jack arrive on Satellite Five in Earth's far future, discovering that the development of humanity has been hindered by the Daleks. The Emperor Dalek explains it had survived the Time War, and has been creating new Daleks by harvesting humans, and now plans to convert the rest of humanity into Daleks. As the Dalek fleet prepares to attack Earth, the Doctor constructs a Delta Wave device that will destroy all lifeforms near Earth, including humans, believing that humanity will survive on via human colonies on other planets. He tricks Rose into the TARDIS and sends it back to the 21st century to protect her, while he and Jack organize human forces to protect the satellite until the Delta Wave can be triggered. In the attack, Jack is killed by the Daleks. Rose is shocked that the Doctor had sent her back. However, when she sees the words "Bad Wolf" in graffiti all around where the TARDIS landed, she takes this as a sign, and tries to open the Heart of the TARDIS to return to help the Doctor. Jackie and Mickey, seeing her devotion to the Doctor, help her to do so, and she is suddenly infused with the energy from the TARDIS. The TARDIS returns to the future, and Rose, with her new god-like powers, vaporizes the Daleks, and brings Jack back to life. She also uses her powers to send the words "Bad Wolf" through space and time as "a message to lead myself here". With the threat neutralized, the Doctor absorbs the energy from Rose before it kills her, and they set course to leave the station, leaving Jack behind. En route, the Doctor reveals to Rose that the energy will kill him but as a Time Lord, he will be able to regenerate, and soon appears to her as the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant).
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