Doctor Who : Season 3

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8.6

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  1. Feb 8, 2014
    8
    Martha is definitely not my favourite companion, but David makes a great doctor, and my second favourite. This series is good, but then theMartha is definitely not my favourite companion, but David makes a great doctor, and my second favourite. This series is good, but then the final episodes (with John Simm as The Master) are amazing, and some of my favourite episodes to date. Full Review »
  2. Sep 23, 2013
    6
    First off, Rose is gone and Martha has taken over as the Doctor's companion and I much prefer her over Rose. Martha is incredibly like-ableFirst off, Rose is gone and Martha has taken over as the Doctor's companion and I much prefer her over Rose. Martha is incredibly like-able and enjoyable to watch. As for David Tennant, At long last he has had his shining moment as the Doctor. It was during the Human Nature/Family of Blood episodes, He was simply fantastic during those episodes. The story telling is down from last season, Quite a few stupid episodes this season, but they ended on a high note.

    Overall, It's a pretty solid season overall but it could have been better.
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  3. Nov 17, 2011
    8
    Series 3 cements Russell T Davies style and formula during his whole tenure in charge. The first is his repetitive episode formats; a threeSeries 3 cements Russell T Davies style and formula during his whole tenure in charge. The first is his repetitive episode formats; a three singular episodes including a historical based one, followed by a two-parter, two more single fillers, another two-parter followed by a single episode then ususally a two-part finale. The strenght is that you know what to expect, it's consistent and David Tennant remains on blistering form. New companion Martha Jones is bland compared to Rose and you feel is there just to look good beside Tennant. She isn't terrible but as companions go she isn too memorable either. Episode highlights include the brilliant Weeping Angels by Steven Moffat and even RTD manages a gripping finale. Full Review »