Doctor Who, Season 6, Pts. 1 & 2

Doctor Who, Season 6, Pts. 1 & 2

Doctor Who

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2011-04-23
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 23
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 14.99
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Description

The Doctor returns in a thrilling new season, alongside newlyweds Amy and Rory, to face monsters and mysteries and wild adventures. Together they’ll find themselves in sixties America, on the high seas of 1696 aboard a pirate ship and venturing across centuries and galaxies, they will encounter the greatest war criminal in all of history - and Hitler. Together, they'll discover there's no scarier place in the universe than a child's bedroom and realize the Doctor's time has yet to come. He has one last stop to make on his final journey - an old friend needs his help and an old foe must be defeated. But time catches up with us all and the Doctor can delay no more. By the shores of Lake Silencio, in Utah, all of time and space hang in the balance. And a NASA astronaut is waiting.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 The Impossible Astronaut 43:36 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Day of the Moon 46:06 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 The Curse of the Black Spot 44:53 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 The Doctor's Wife 45:56 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 The Rebel Flesh 43:26 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 The Almost People 45:14 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 A Good Man Goes to War 48:20 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Let’s Kill Hitler 48:11 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 Night Terrors 42:37 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 The Girl Who Waited 46:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 The God Complex 48:02 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
12 Closing Time 45:13 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
13 The Wedding of River Song 45:24 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
14 Prequel to The Impossible Astronaut 01:51 Free Buy on iTunes
15 Prequel to The Curse of the Black Spot 01:20 Free Buy on iTunes
16 Prequel to A Good Man Goes to War 01:35 Free Buy on iTunes
17 Prequel to Let's Kill Hitler 01:57 Free Buy on iTunes
18 Prequel to The Wedding of River Song 01:12 Free Buy on iTunes
19 Monster File: The Silence 10:59 Season Only Buy on iTunes
20 Monster File: Cybermat 10:14 Season Only Buy on iTunes
21 Behind the Scenes in the TARDIS: Space 03:58 Season Only Buy on iTunes
22 Behind the Scenes in the TARDIS: Time 03:03 Season Only Buy on iTunes
23 Motion Comic 03:37 Season Only Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Seriously?

    1
    By smash5
    I bought the two parts of the season and it was much more expensive. This is so much cheaper. I want my money back
  • Pricing

    4
    By Bsuttin
    Doctor Who is great show. However, I agree with many people that the pricing for this season is very high. I realize that the decision to split the season into two parts was beyond iTunes' control. Why was this purchasing option not available until the season ended? Also, I bought the second half of season six but the episodes do not show up as "Downloaded" in this compilation of the two halves (they do in season six, part 2) Finally, in a non money related issue, the sixth episode is called "The Almost People" not "The Also People"
  • Complainers and Missing Episode

    5
    By Michael Pitner
    To those who are complaining about buying the two parts seperately should shut up because it was your fault for not waiting. To those who are saying that it is over priced, Itunes always goes down one dollar from what it would be if you bought each episode seperately. Despite the one cent missing for each episode it is still a good price. What makes this price even better is all the extra stuff you get with the season as well like: the monster files, the prequels, the Space Time mini episodes and everything else. So stop complaining you are just making yourself look stupid. On a different note, this season was AWSOME but the only complaint, I have, is episode 6's name being "The Also People" when it should be "The Almost People" and last year's Christmas Special "A Christmas Carol" isn't a part of the season as well. And yes, I know I just complained, but my complaint makes sense. :P
  • Pricing

    4
    By JbPotterWhho
    It was no more expensive to buy the two parts separately than it is to buy them together, it's actually about a dollar cheaper (in both SD and HD) I think it's better to buy them separately though; you get all those extras. Specifically "Space and Time." So before you start whining about the price, compare the two. (This is just for season six, I don't know how much the seasons before cost.)
  • Price complaints?

    5
    By mv76
    I don't understand why some people are complaining about the prices of the two separate seasons being worse than this combined version. I bought the two parts of Season 6 right when they became available, and paid 10.99 and 12.99 for them. The combined price is now 24.99. Seems like I saved 1.01 buying the two parts separately. As to the total price; $2 per episode with $1 less for the season pass seems pretty standard for shows that run in a one hour timeslot.
  • WHY 1 BUCK MORE?

    5
    By DP {€-)
    why is this one more dollar than if you bought series 6 part one and two separately doesn't quite make sense to me. they are the exact same episodes with the exact same extra features but here they are charging more money. i think iTunes needs to rethink this!!!
  • The ALMOST people

    5
    By roza_toka
    Am I the only one who noticed that Itunes has utterly failed in getting the correct name of episode 6? The Also People? Seriously? That needs to be fixed...that's literally an incorrect title. It wouldn't be ok if everyone started calling Itunes Itunics, right? Because they're two different things. lol Sorry, but episode titles are important.
  • Absolutely Brilliant!!!

    5
    By 3rd grade yoga teacher
    I’ve been a fan of the show for over 30 years, this is easily the best era in the history of Doctor Who. The stars have aligned to produce a trifecta of excellence: a fantastic storyline developed by head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat, one of the greatest portrayals of the character of the Doctor by Matt Smith and the budget for high quality set designs, special effects, music and CGI the program has always deserved. It’s a great time to be a fan.
  • Whoo

    5
    By ILIKEBACON27
    I absolutely love DOCTOR WHO. So this makes me happy very very very very(x36899364918364927565920757401) happy.
  • Worst Doctor Who season

    2
    By All You Need Is Luv
    I grew up with the Doctor, mainly Four because he was more popular for some reason here in the US, but yeah. This is my childhood and don't mind me if I get a bit angry with what Moffat has decided to do to it. RTD had already slightly diminished the "for kids" part of Who with the addition of an obvious love interest and Jack Harkness (as much as I love him). But as this season dragged on I couldn't believe how awful it was. Matt is a brilliant Doctor, but with Moffat's River song obsession (rightly so, as she is his character, his baby, if you will) it has become the River Song deus ex machina BS hour. No longer funny adventures in a box through time and space and most certainly not for kids. I could handle the terrible sets and hammy acting of classic Who, but that's because you had writers like Douglas Adams in charge. Moffat, however, should stick to what he writes for best: Sherlock. I almost cringe when I think what the future (or past, it's Doctor Who, so who knows...) holds for the dear Doctor. The man I grew up watching and idolizing has become a shell of his former self, although I give props to Matt and the rest of the cast for making me like their characters and the none-River episodes. It's a shame Alex Kingston is stuck with River Song. Someone who is just a poor imitation of those companions before her: Sarah Jane (some would argue Four's love interest), Leela (physically strong, quick learner), Ace ("professor?"), Romana I (she did an excellent job of showing up the Doctor without being an annoying character). At least the other companions have faults making them believable even in the world of classic Who, while River has none. The only great episode and only episode worth watching from this season is the Doctor's Wife written by Neil Gaiman.

Reviews

  • Why missing content?

    5
    By Talron17
    I'm a long time fan of the show and bought the Blu Ray of the 6th season. The Itunes Digital HD has all the episodes and only 2 of the shorts for the same price. Itunes is missing 5 of the shorts for this season, "Up All Night", "Bad Night", "Good Night", "First Night", "Last Night." These 3-5 minute shorts are quite funny. Why not give us all the content for the same price? Btw. The HD content bought here is only 720p, a blu-ray is 1080p.
  • Worth it

    5
    By Pepoun73
    You know people say that it isn't worth the money but this is 10 hours of TV. That is about 7 movies and 28:7 is 4 witch means that iTunes sells a movie for 4 dollars... That is not expensive!
  • Bow Ties ARE cool

    5
    By Melody Pond (or Williams)
    this is the best Doctor Who Season Yet. In it we finally find out who River Song REALLY is. It's totally AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • One Of The Best Doctor Who Seasons

    5
    By Nothing Rhymes With Ianto
    This season has a story arc that is very clear and it plays throughout the season and heck, even the standalone are pretty good. This seasons STILL blows me away and Wow (:
  • I Can't Watch It

    1
    By Dovaah
    I tried to download Curse of the Black Spot, and I have PLENTY of storage, but it refuses to download. Shame, because I loved that episode, even if Nine is my Doctor.
  • Best seasons yet.

    5
    By Sandmonkey1
    Once season 5 started it became like a completely different show. By far Matt Smith is the best Doctor so far. Also Karen Gillan is a fantastic companion. Not to mention super hot. This show gets progressively better with every new season. I can"t wait for seaon 7.
  • Forever a Whovian!

    5
    By Alicyn
    BEST EVER!!!!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Nkh71
    Love it! Night terrors is the best to me
  • Worst Doctor Who season

    2
    By All You Need Is Luv
    I grew up with the Doctor, mainly Four because he was more popular for some reason here in the US, but yeah. This is my childhood and don't mind me if I get a bit angry with what Moffat has decided to do to it. RTD had already slightly diminished the "for kids" part of Who with the addition of an obvious love interest and Jack Harkness (as much as I love him). But as this season dragged on I couldn't believe how awful it was. Matt is a brilliant Doctor, but with Moffat's River song obsession (rightly so, as she is his character, his baby, if you will) it has become the River Song deus ex machina BS hour. No longer funny adventures in a box through time and space and most certainly not for kids. I could handle the terrible sets and hammy acting of classic Who, but that's because you had writers like Douglas Adams in charge. Moffat, however, should stick to what he writes for best: Sherlock. I almost cringe when I think what the future (or past, it's Doctor Who, so who knows...) holds for the dear Doctor. The man I grew up watching and idolizing has become a shell of his former self, although I give props to Matt and the rest of the cast for making me like their characters and the none-River episodes. It's a shame Alex Kingston is stuck with River Song. Someone who is just a poor imitation of those companions before her: Sarah Jane (some would argue Four's love interest), Leela (physically strong, quick learner), Ace ("professor?"), Romana I (she did an excellent job of showing up the Doctor without being an annoying character). At least the other companions have faults making them believable even in the world of classic Who, while River has none. The only great episode and only episode worth watching from this season is the Doctor's Wife written by Neil Gaiman.
  • Whoo

    5
    By ILIKEBACON27
    I absolutely love DOCTOR WHO. So this makes me happy very very very very(x36899364918364927565920757401) happy.

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