I take it the BBC has the episodes available somewhere? That'll do for now, although I'd prefer not having to go through this route to watch the show.edc said:I'm not a Torrent guy, so I'm glad the BBC is releasing the series WHILE it airs. Got the first three eps, and the next three will be coming in a few weeks. Gotta love multiple-region PAL/NTSC DVD players!
No, but bittorrent, IRC, Newsgroups, may be of some help to you. Nine episodes of Dr. Who have aired so far and the series pretty gosh darn good. I've enjoyed every episode.pwsteele said:Does anyone know when the new Doctor Who series currently playing in the UK (and Canada) will come to the US?
What I've heard is that BBC America is one of the Discovery Channel networks that just happens to air primarily British shows.Sherminator said:Even BBC America says no.
The PAL discs can be ordered from amazon.co.uk. The first disc (with the first three episodes) is out now, the second disc will be out mid-June. No announcement of the remainder of the discs.pwsteele said:I take it the BBC has the episodes available somewhere? That'll do for now, although I'd prefer not having to go through this route to watch the show.
I stopped using bittorrent when it got too much press time...
This Doctor is quite different than the others. He's extremely cynical and doesn't really trust anyone, not even Rose. (Tho that is changing)Sherminator said:The Doctor felt used by Rose, citing that She didn't want to travel with him when she thought it was "just" a spacecraft, but he couldn't stop her once he told her that it could travel in time, and he believed that the only reason that she was with him was in order to go back in time and save her fathers life
It was also strongly implied that the actress (actually a singer, but she's quite good in the role) hadn't realized what she was getting herself into, and wasn't up to the grind of a weekly show...Langree said:It was announced last week that Rose will be leaving the show durring the second series to pursue other acting oppurtunities (something that worked out well for David Caruso )