Doctor Who on Sci-Fi: Update

The Sci-Fi Channel has launched the Doctor Who section on their website.

They’ve also announced that they’re actually going to show the first two episodes back to back on the premiere night (“Rose” and “The End of the World”), so they can do the whole “2-hour premiere” thing.

I’m actually glad that they’re doing this, because, while “Rose” makes a good introduction (given that it’s largely from her POV), I think that “The End of the World” is a better episode, and really shows off the special effects and the writing. So, basically, “Rose” gets you acquainted, “End of the World” gets you hooked.

One Reply to “Doctor Who on Sci-Fi: Update”

  1. A wise move. Here in the UK post post-episode talk seemed more focused upon a burping dustbin than the other effects, while End of the World has enough new SFX to sate the appetite of even hardened trekkers.

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