index of doctor who season 12

index of doctor who season 12

season 1

Doctor.Who.S01E01.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:31
Doctor.Who.S01E02.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:31
Doctor.Who.S01E03.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:33
Doctor.Who.S01E04.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:16
Doctor.Who.S01E05.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.4 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:16
Doctor.Who.S01E06.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:21
Doctor.Who.S01E07.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:21
Doctor.Who.S01E08.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:25
Doctor.Who.S01E09.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.7 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:25
Doctor.Who.S01E10.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:27
Doctor.Who.S01E11.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.7 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:27
Doctor.Who.S01E12.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:29
Doctor.Who.S01E13.720p.BluRay.PaHe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-27 14:29
season 2
Doctor.Who.S02E01.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.4 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E02.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.3 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E03.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.4 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E04.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.4 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E05.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E06.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.6 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E07.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E08.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.8 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E09.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.3 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E10.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.4 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E11.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.3 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:55
Doctor.Who.S02E12.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.5 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
Doctor.Who.S02E13.720p.BluRay.Pahe-LavinMovie.mkv350.2 MiB2017-Dec-29 19:56
season 3
Doctor_Who_S03E01.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:24 157985624  
Doctor_Who_S03E02.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:24 158167763
Doctor_Who_S03E03.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:25 158178271
Doctor_Who_S03E04.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:25 158512044
Doctor_Who_S03E05.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:26 158327987
Doctor_Who_S03E06.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:28 157414777
Doctor_Who_S03E07.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:28 158335386
Doctor_Who_S03E08.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:27 158150971
Doctor_Who_S03E09.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:28 157340276
Doctor_Who_S03E10.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:28 157627976
Doctor_Who_S03E11.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:27 158226586
Doctor_Who_S03E12.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:28 158572002
Doctor_Who_S03E13.mkv 22-Mar-2017 22:29 159855407

Season 4 22-Mar-2017 22:30 158916947 22-Mar-2017 22:31 159021042 22-Mar-2017 22:31 157793665 22-Mar-2017 22:31 157762318 22-Mar-2017 22:32 157847864 22-Mar-2017 22:31 158033130 22-Mar-2017 22:31 158078282 22-Mar-2017 22:32 157408921 22-Mar-2017 22:32 158205947 22-Mar-2017 22:33 157717850 22-Mar-2017 22:35 159207347 22-Mar-2017 22:36 158277383 22-Mar-2017 22:36 163431883

Season 5 22-Mar-2017 22:39 208098509 22-Mar-2017 22:37 157248856 22-Mar-2017 22:37 156996836 22-Mar-2017 22:38 157070837 22-Mar-2017 22:34 157312832 22-Mar-2017 22:35 159011651 22-Mar-2017 22:39 157942020 22-Mar-2017 22:37 157414897 22-Mar-2017 22:37 158281312 22-Mar-2017 22:40 158634977 22-Mar-2017 22:41 157264529 22-Mar-2017 22:42 159229323 22-Mar-2017 22:39 180086754

Season 6                 22-Mar-2017 22:41           146217142 22-Mar-2017 22:39 148993953 22-Mar-2017 22:43 147195437 22-Mar-2017 22:43 159056341 22-Mar-2017 22:44 147843977 22-Mar-2017 22:41 148635703 22-Mar-2017 22:44 148064908 22-Mar-2017 22:41 166992043 22-Mar-2017 22:44 147281432 22-Mar-2017 22:45 157005223 22-Mar-2017 22:46 159858660
Doctor_Who_S06E12.AVI 22-Mar-2017 22:49 367257160
Doctor_Who_S06E13.AVI 22-Mar-2017 22:49 367400054

Season 7 22-Mar-2017 22:48 168616138 22-Mar-2017 22:47 158142062 22-Mar-2017 22:48 158094927 22-Mar-2017 22:49 158271773 22-Mar-2017 22:50 158301334 22-Mar-2017 22:48 158253595 22-Mar-2017 22:50 158178450 22-Mar-2017 22:51 157337702 22-Mar-2017 22:52 158334536 22-Mar-2017 22:52 158310919 22-Mar-2017 22:52 158281103 22-Mar-2017 22:55 228235175 22-Mar-2017 22:52 183532715

season 8

Doctor.Who.2005.S08E01.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>277.6 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E02.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>209.2 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E03.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>271.9 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E04.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>125.8 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E05.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>150.9 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E06.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>202.5 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E07.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>145.2 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E08.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>174.8 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E09.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>209.9 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E10.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>319.4 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:15
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E11.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>162.8 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:16
Doctor.Who.2005.S08E12.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA..>203.5 MiB2017-Dec-29 15:16

season 9

Doctor.Who.2005.S09E01.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>221.3 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E02.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>230.5 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E03.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>236.2 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E04.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>204.0 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E05.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>254.0 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E06.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>272.2 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E07.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>263.7 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E08.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>253.5 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E09.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>252.5 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E10.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>273.2 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E11.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA..>276.9 MiB
Doctor.Who.2005.S09E12.720p.BluRay.2CH.x265.PSA.>321.9 MiB

season 10

Doctor.Who.S10E01.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>314.8 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E02.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>257.7 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E03.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>248.4 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E04.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>234.1 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E05.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>231.0 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E06.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>252.6 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E07.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>245.0 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E08.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>225.6 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E09.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>230.7 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E10.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>219.8 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E11.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>228.0 MiB
Doctor.Who.S10E12.720p.WEB-DL.2CH.x265.PSA-Lavi..>382.5 MiB

season 11

Doctor.Who.S11E01.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>307.6 MiB2018-Oct-07 22:18
Doctor.Who.S11E02.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>260.5 MiB2018-Oct-15 02:14
Doctor.Who.S11E03.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>224.6 MiB2018-Oct-22 06:47
Doctor.Who.S11E04.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>229.4 MiB2018-Oct-29 10:49
Doctor.Who.S11E05.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>278.2 MiB2018-Nov-05 03:31
Doctor.Who.S11E06.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>273.5 MiB2018-Nov-11 23:53
Doctor.Who.S11E07.720p.HDTV.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lavin..>229.8 MiB2018-Nov-19 05:49
Doctor.Who.S11E08.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>294.8 MiB2018-Nov-26 05:37
Doctor.Who.S11E09.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>217.3 MiB2018-Dec-03 06:46
Doctor.Who.S11E10.720p.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RMT.Lav..>222.7 MiB2018-Dec-10 03:18

season 12

Doctor.Who.S12E00.720p.AMZN.WEB-DL.HEVC.x265.RM..> 318.9 MiB 2019-Jan-02 07:49 

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Doctor Who originally ran for 26 seasons on BBC One, from 23 November 1963 until 6 December 1989. During the original run, each weekly episode formed part of a story (or “serial”) — usually of four to six parts in earlier years and three to four in later years. Some notable exceptions were: The Daleks’ Master Plan, which aired twelve episodes (plus an earlier one-episode teaser,[48] “Mission to the Unknown”, featuring none of the regular cast[49]); almost an entire season of seven-episode serials (season 7); the ten-episode serial The War Games;[50] and The Trial of a Time Lord, which ran for fourteen episodes (albeit divided into three production codes and four narrative segments) during season 23.[51] Occasionally serials were loosely connected by a story-line, such as season 8 focusing on the Doctor battling a rogue Time Lord called the Master,[52][53] season 16’s quest for the Key to Time,[54] season 18’s journey through E-Space and the theme of entropy,[55] and season 20’s Black Guardian trilogy.[56]

The programme was intended to be educational and for family viewing on the early Saturday evening schedule.[57] It initially alternated stories set in the past, which taught younger audience members about history, and with those in the future or outer space, focusing on science.[57] This was also reflected in the Doctor’s original companions, one of whom was a science teacher and another a history teacher.[57]

However, science fiction stories came to dominate the programme, and the history-orientated episodes, which were not popular with the production team,[57] were dropped after The Highlanders (1967). While the show continued to use historical settings, they were generally used as a backdrop for science fiction tales, with one exception: Black Orchid (1982), set in 1920s England.[58]

The early stories were serialised in nature, with the narrative of one story flowing into the next, and each episode having its own title, although produced as distinct stories with their own production codes.[59] Following The Gunfighters (1966), however, each serial was given its own title, and the individual parts were simply assigned episode numbers.[59]

Of the programme’s many writers, Robert Holmes was the most prolific,[60] while Douglas Adams became the most well known outside Doctor Who itself, due to the popularity of his Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy works.[61][62]

The serial format changed for the 2005 revival, with a series usually consisting of thirteen 45-minute, self-contained episodes (60 minutes with adverts, on overseas commercial channels), and an extended 60-minute episode broadcast on Christmas Day. This system was shortened to twelve episodes and one Christmas special following the revival’s eighth series, and ten episodes from the eleventh series. Each series includes both standalone and multiple episodic stories, linked with a loose story arc that is resolved in the series finale. As in the early “classic” era, each episode, whether standalone or part of a larger story, has its own title. Occasionally, regular-series episodes will exceed the 45-minute run time; notably, the episodes “Journey’s End” from 2008 and “The Eleventh Hour” from 2010 exceeded an hour in length.

841 Doctor Who instalments have been televised since 1963, ranging between 25-minute episodes (the most common format for the classic era), 45/50-minute episodes (for Resurrection of the Daleks in the 1984 series, a single season in 1985, and the most common format for the revival era since 2005), two feature-length productions (1983’s The Five Doctors and the 1996 television film), twelve Christmas specials (most of 60 minutes’ duration, one of 72 minutes), and four additional specials ranging from 60 to 75 minutes in 2009, 2010 and 2013. Four mini-episodes, running about eight minutes each, were also produced for the 1993, 2005 and 2007 Children in Need charity appeals, while another mini-episode was produced in 2008 for a Doctor Who-themed

The show is a significant part of British popular culture,[1][2] and elsewhere it has gained a cult following. It has influenced generations of British television professionals, many of whom grew up watching the series.[3] The programme originally ran from 1963 to 1989. There was an unsuccessful attempt to revive regular production in 1996 with a backdoor pilot, in the form of a television film titled Doctor Who. The programme was relaunched in 2005, and since then has been produced in-house by BBC Wales in Cardiff. Doctor Who has also spawned numerous spin-offs, including comic books, films, novels, audio dramas, and the television series Torchwood (2006–2011), The Sarah Jane Adventures (2007–2011), K-9 (2009–2010), and Class (2016), and has been the subject of many parodies and references in popular culture.

Thirteen actors have headlined the series as the Doctor. The transition from one actor to another is written into the plot of the show with the concept of regeneration into a new incarnation, a plot device in which a Time Lord “transforms” into a new body when the current one is too badly harmed to heal normally. Each actor’s portrayal is unique, but all represent stages in the life of the same character. Together, they form a single lifetime with a single narrative.

The time-travelling feature of the plot means that different incarnations of the Doctor occasionally meet. The Doctor is currently portrayed by Jodie Whittaker, who took on the role after Peter Capaldi’s exit in the 2017 Christmas special “Twice Upon a Time”.

Premise Edit

Doctor Who follows the adventures of the title character, a rogue Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey who goes by the name “the Doctor”. The Doctor fled Gallifrey in a stolen TARDIS (“Time and Relative Dimension in Space”), a time machine that travels by materialising into and dematerialising out of the time vortex. The TARDIS has a vast interior but appears smaller on the outside, and is equipped with a “chameleon circuit” intended to make the machine take on the appearance of local objects as a disguise; due to a malfunction, the Doctor’s TARDIS remains fixed as a blue British police box.

The Doctor often finds events that pique their curiosity and tries to prevent evil forces from harming innocent people or changing history, using only ingenuity and minimal resources, such as the versatile sonic screwdriver. The Doctor rarely travels alone and often brings one or more companions to share these adventures. These companions are usually humans, owing to the Doctor’s fascination with planet Earth, which also leads to frequent collaborations with the international military task force UNIT when the Earth is threatened. As a Time Lord, the Doctor is centuries old and has the ability to regenerate in case of mortal damage to the body, taking on a new appearance and personality. The Doctor has gained numerous reoccurring enemies during their travels, including the Daleks, the Cybermen, and the Master, another renegade Time Lord.

History Edit

Main article: History of Doctor Who
Doctor Who first appeared on BBC TV at 17:16:20 GMT on Saturday, 23 November 1963; this was eighty seconds later than the scheduled programme time, due to the assassination of John F. Kennedy the previous day.[4][5] It was to be a regular weekly programme, each episode 25 minutes of transmission length. Discussions and plans for the programme had been in progress for a year. The head of drama Sydney Newman was mainly responsible for developing the programme, with the first format document for the series being written by Newman along with the head of the script department (later head of serials) Donald Wilson and staff writer C. E. Webber. Writer Anthony Coburn, story editor David Whitaker and initial producer Verity Lambert also heavily contributed to the development of the series.[6][note 1]