Last updated October 20, 2017
When the Doctor sets off a volcanic eruption, he narrowly escapes by taking the TARDIS out of normal time and space. But in doing this, Jamie and Zoe are lured into a white void populated by robots and illusions -- a domain controlled by the Master.
Details about Doctor Who: The Mind Robber
The Doctor and Romana's holiday in Edwardian Brighton is brought to a sudden end when K-9 takes in seawater and explodes. They instead venture to Argolis where they visit the Leisure Hive tourist resort to promote cross-cultural awareness.
Details about Doctor Who: The Leisure Hive
The Tardis materializes on the island of Fang Rock just off England's coast, where a glowing green light was seen descending into the sea. Soon thereafter, one of the lighthouse keepers is mysteriously killed -- but everything is not what it seems.
Details about Doctor Who: Horror of Fang Rock
The dead are coming back to life on the Northumbrian coast during the latter days of the Second World War, and the Doctor realizes an old enemy, Fenric, is seeking revenge -- and Ace is one of his weapons.
Details about Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric
Jo and the Brigadier become intrigued by a mysterious death at a coal mine in Llanfairfach, which is being blamed on a local chemical company. Together with the Doctor, they discover the mines are infested by maggots that have grown to enormous size.
Details about Doctor Who: The Green Death
As gel creatures materialize around UNIT HQ and commence a full-scale attack, the Doctor realizes that the situation is beyond even him to control and so he does the unthinkable, by sending an SOS to his two previous incarnations from the past.
Details about Doctor Who: The Three Doctors
On the dangerous desert planet of Androzani Minor, Sharaz Jek plots to return himself to the position of power he was once cheated out of, enlisting the help of a corrupt industrialist on Androzani Major.
Details about Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani
After missing Metebelis Three, the TARDIS appears on a cargo ship in 1926, but a dinosaur shows up and the Doctor realizes things aren't as they seem. As it turns out, they've entered a Miniscope, a machine banned by the Time Lords.
Details about Doctor Who: Carnival of Monsters
To restore the balance of the cosmos, the White Guardian requires the Key to Time, but it has been broken into six segments and scattered throughout time and space. He recruits the Doctor to collect them.
Details about Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation
Since 1963, the Doctor and his companions have been traveling through time and space in a miraculous police box called the TARDIS. These early seasons of the show develop the character of the Doctor, and introduce familiar villains like the Daleks.
Details about Classic Doctor Who
The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Sarah to 1911 England, where they discover that Egyptologist Marcus Scarman has not only found a burial chamber inscribed with the Eye of Horus, he has been taken over by Sutekh, last of the all-powerful Osirans.
Details about Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars
In search of the fourth segment of the Key to Time, the crew of the TARDIS lands on the planet Tara with Count Grendel, who believes that Romana is an android duplicate of the Princess Strella.
Details about Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara
The Doctor and Romana arrive on the third moon of Delta Magna in search of the fifth segment of the Key to Time, only to get caught in a dispute between a work crew and the natives, who believe the intruders will awaken a dormant monster.
Details about Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll
The tracer leads the TARDIS to the boring planet of Calufrax. However, the Doctor and Romana discover that they are actually on the planet Zanak, a planet that has been hollowed out and fitted with engines so that it can travel throughout space.
Details about Doctor Who: The Pirate Planet
Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) takes the leap into adolescence as he begins junior high with his two best friends -- the brainy Paul Pfeiffer (Josh Saviano) and the rapidly maturing Winnie Cooper (Danica McKellar) -- in this Emmy-winning comedy-drama set in 1968. Narrated by the older, wiser Kevin (voice of Daniel Stern) in poignant and hilarious detail, this landmark series chronicles the challenges of growing up in an imperfect world.
Details about The Wonder Years: Season 1
Kevin starts off 11th grade on a high note when he steals a rival school's mascot, but his relationship with Winnie falters after a misunderstanding. Norma graduates from community college, and Jack decides to quit his job and open a new business.
Details about The Wonder Years: Season 6
As the reflective coming-of-age series continues, Kevin starts high school and soon finds he's been reduced to the role of small fish in a big pond. Later, money gets in the way of the longstanding friendship between the Arnolds and the Pfeiffers.
Details about The Wonder Years: Season 5
Ninth grade is off to a rough start for Kevin: Winnie's going to school across town, Becky Slater has it in for him, and a bully steals his locker. A beautiful new girl tests Kevin and Winnie's relationship, and Norma starts working at the school.
Details about The Wonder Years: Season 4
Anyone who grew up in the 1960s will recognize the emotional and physical landscape of this comedy-drama told from the point of view of the youngest member of the Arnold clan, Kevin, as he inches from adolescence to adulthood amid turbulent times.
Details about The Wonder Years
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