"The Timeless Children"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 10, the Cybermen are on the march while they hunt down the last remaining humans and everything changes on the season finale.

"Ascension of the Cybermen"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 9, in the future, the Doctor and friends face a brutal battle to protect the last of the human race against the deadly Cybermen.

"The Haunting of Villa Diodati"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 8, the doctor arrives at the Villa Diodati at Lake Geneva in 1816 on the night that inspired Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

"Can You Hear Me?"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 7, Yaz, Ryan, and Graham all find themselves being haunted by different experiences while on their way home.

"Praxeus"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 6, the Doctor and her friends investigate multiple mysteries across planet Earth but what they find threatens humanity.

"Fugitive of the Judoon"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 5, the Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham race back to Earth to prevent the Judoon doing too much damage to the cathedral city.

"Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 4, the Doctor and her companions land in 1903 and must find who is sabotaging Nikola Tesla's generator plant at Niagara Falls.

"Orphan 55"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 3, the Doctor and her companions must discover why there are ferocious monsters attacking the guests at Tranquillity Spa.

"Skyfall, Part 2"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 2, in another dimension, and across the centuries, a terrifying plan to destroy humanity is about to reach fruition.

"Skyfall, Part 1"

On Doctor Who Season 12 Episode 1, Intelligence agents are under attack from alien forces, so MI6 turn to the only people who can help: the Doctor and friends.

Doctor Who Quotes

Only in darkness are we revealed. [...] Goodness is not goodness that seeks advantage. Good is good in the final hour, in the deepest pit, without hope, without witness, without reward. Virtue is only virtue in extremis. This is what *he* believes, and this is the reason above all I love him, my husband. My madman in a box. My Doctor.

Nardole [quoting River Song]

Once, long ago, a fisherman caught a magic haddock. The haddock offered him three wishes in return for its life. The fisherman said, “I’d like for my son to come home from the war. And a hundred pieces of gold.” The problem is, the magic haddock, like robots, don’t think like people. The fisherman’s son came home from the war, in a coffin. And the king sent a hundred gold pieces in recognition of his heroic death. The fisherman had one wish left. What do you think he wished for? Some people say he should have wished for an infinite series of wishes, but if your city proves anything, it is that granting all your wishes is not a good idea. [...] In fact, the fisherman wished he hadn’t wished the first two wishes.

The Doctor