Doctor Who, Christmas Special: Twice Upon a Time (2017)

Doctor Who, Christmas Special: Twice Upon a Time (2017)

Doctor Who

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2017-12-04
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 4
  • iTunes Price: USD 3.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 4.99
7/10
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From 1,218 Ratings

Description

Two Doctors stranded in a forbidding snowscape, refusing to face regeneration. And a British army captain seemingly destined to die in the First World War, but taken from the trenches to play his part in the Doctor's story. This is the magical last chapter in the Twelfth Doctor's epic adventure. He must face his past to decide his future. And the Doctor will realise the resilience of humanity, discovering hope in his darkest frozen moment.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Twice Upon a Time 59:59 Season Only Buy on iTunes
2 Trailer 01:00 Free Buy on iTunes
3 Doctor Who Extra 22:22 Season Only Buy on iTunes
4 The End of an Era 20:47 Season Only Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Plz this can’t be the end

    5
    By B.E.R is my life
    I miss him already
  • A fitting send-off to our beloved 12

    5
    By badwolfgirl2355
    A great legacy has just been passed on. Thank you Peter for everything and welcome aboard Jodie. A doctor who must see. Also, in the description for one of the extras, they seem to have spelled "assess" incorrectly...
  • Brilliant

    5
    By Lumpy McDoodlepants
    Always try to be nice, but never fail to be kind. Amen.
  • This is amazing

    5
    By Doctor What??
    Twice Upon a Time is Peter Capaldi's graceful bow out of Doctor Who, filled with humor and plot, if you are sort of gushy like me, you might just cry. I also love the flashback to some of those first episodes of Doctor Who. I recommend this highly.
  • Excited for the future!

    5
    By Ytsejam58
    I liked this episode. Previously, my favorite Doctor Who Christmas special was Titanic. Seems morbid because almost everyone dies in the end. But I just love seeing the doctor stuck with a bunch of people, and how they work together to survive... almost. Midnight and even Planet of the Dead are both great examples of this. But this was the kind of Christmas Story where, the "villains" aren't really malicious. I loved the fact that they brought the first doctor back for this episode. Although most of the jokes are "It's 2017 grandpa, don't say stuff like that" I don't quite understand the point of why the Doctor went to Scaro... unless, Rusty brought them there. idk. But it had a really sweet ending which really brought the whole "this is Christmas" thing to a close. The 1st Doctor Regenerates. And the 12th Doctor Regenerates. I am really excited for Jodi Wittaker! Like Tennant turning into Matt Smith, a lot of things are changing for doctor who! New companion, new show-runner, new doctor, new tardis. And I wouldnt be surprised if they made the jump from HD to 4K.... probably not. But it seems interesting that Jodi Whittaker, David Bradly, and David Tennant who are all part of Doctor Who was also part of Broadchurch. And now, Broadchurch is coming to Doctor Who. Knowing them, they will get the guy who played Dean Thomas (Alfred Enoch) to be the companion. Anyway. I am really excited. I loved Cipaldi as the Doctor. Season 9 was the best. Season 8 got pretty dark, they didn't know what direction to take him. And season 10.... frankly, they all felt like they were phoning it in. The 2 who played The Master/Mistress especially. Their final scene felt so awkward.
  • Goodbye Peter Capaldi! Wish we had more time with you:(

    5
    By Lcempj
    I'm sad to see Peter Capaldi leave. But he couldn't have had a better ending. Just wish he could have had one more season. I also hope they keep the show kid friendly. And keep it science time travel and explore different worlds too. The writters move away from that in the past seasons. Making more about who is dating who. And that just got old fast. And I had to prewatch each show to make sure my child could watch it. Didn't have to worry about those things with the Classic Doctor Who.
  • Great episode.

    4
    By oatmeal_mac
    I’d been hoping to see the First Doctor back in action since seeing the special documentary with him. Good enemy too. #NoSpoilers I was mad that the show wasn’t available on Christmas as advertised. Still a good show.
  • Not one of the best regeneration stories.

    3
    By TCD2015
    i found this good-bye to Peter Capaldi to be a disappointment. Yes, the merging of Doctor images from the 1960s and 2010s was technically impressive. The bubble montage to previous Doctors was nice but scattered. As a tribute to his companions, there was not enough Clara and too much Phil (one of the modern Doctor's most annoying companions. The whole concept of the story is that it's OK to let go and let then next in like take over. A concept that could have taken 10 min. to tell. The episode was bloated by efftects that added little to the story. There was one layer of filler on top of even more filler. Not one of the best good-bye a Doctor has had.
  • Interesting Finale- says "To be Continued"

    3
    By Live Barncats
    Seeing as production is yet to officially begin on series 11, don't expect Doctor Who to return until the second half of 2018. Would enjoy seeing more potentially valid Physics detail in the new season -Dont need another dumb juvinile sitcom
  • Episodes are released the day after...and this one was amazing.

    5
    By intercricket
    I don’t know why it’s not common knowledge by now that iTunes episodes aren’t released until the day after they air, Christmas or no Christmas. The flood of one-star ratings over this really isn’t fair. Anyway, this episode was a beautiful, heartfelt send-off to a beloved Doctor. Not quite what I had expected in terms of plot, but completely satisfying all the same. The regeneration was handled with sensitivity, and although I was very skeptical about Jodie Whittaker in the role initially, she’s just about won me over at this point. (And I say this as a very conservative fan.) I can’t wait to see where the Doctor goes next in a new era of this incredible franchise.

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