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Welcome to the Tardis!
We're the wiki for the BBC action, adventure and science-fantasy franchise Doctor Who, along with its spin-offs like Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Class and several others.
Your friends
If you're going to watch the 2021 series of Doctor Who, you need to be prepared to make some new friends. Because this year, the adventure of travel in time and space is all about the value of friendship. Here's who's on board for the journey:
Your crew
It's easy to get into Doctor Who this year! Not only is it a single, six-part adventure, but a variety of crew members have returned to keep the TARDIS on course! We Doctor Who fans are unusually attached to the people who make their favourite programme, so you might as well get to know the crew -- along with us!
How to Doctor Who

Intimidated by the long history of Doctor Who? Don't be. Just jump right in at this year's first story and enjoy it as a brand new show. These four concepts are probably all you'll actually need.

But if you get curious about the rest, take a look here at some specially-designed landing pages that'll help you get accustomed to the worlds of Doctor Who. Slowly. One bite at a time.

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Doctor Who is a "family franchise", which means there's something in it for all ages.
It does not mean that all content is appropriate for all ages.

Doctor Who, Torchwood, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Class, K9 and Company, K9, "the TARDIS", the sonic screwdriver, psychic paper, the Daleks, the Cybermen, the K9 prop — and all characters, concepts and situations described and displayed on this wiki— are © and or ™ the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC Worldwide, Metal Mutt Productions and/or their individual creators and licensees. No infringement of any entity's legal rights is intended. Strenuous effort is made to ensure that only low-resolution still images — and videos released by copyright holders in their public social media channels — are uploaded here, so as to protect the copyright holders' legitimate interests. In simpler language: we're just fans doing our best to catalogue the franchise we love, without hurting the financial position of any of its owners.
There's more than just TV

You can certainly choose to enjoy Doctor Who as purely a television series. But did you know that there are far more stories told in the comic and audio form than exist in the whole television catalogue? Luckily, there's no such thing as canon in this fandom. So you can enjoy exactly the kind of Doctor Who you prefer. And we'll be here to cover it all!

From our friends at BBC America
Running from the Black Guardian?
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Try out a random article from the Tardis Wiki! Like the Fourth Doctor's randomiser, this will take you anywhere in time and space... mostly Earth in the 20th or 21st centuries. Who knows what you'll find?
Listen to the Doctor and friends!
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The Lost Stories are based on television scripts considered but for various reasons not produced. All the Doctors from the First to the Seventh have made an appearance.
Stripped for Action!
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Lytton was a four-part comic mini-series independently published by Cutaway Comics. The storyline focused upon the eponymous mercenary Gustave Lytton, originating from Doctor Who's Resurrection of the Daleks, following him and his batman Charlie Wilson protecting the Jazz Soiree Club in Soho to travelling to a parallel Earth...
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Spoilers are precisely defined here. Rules vary by the story's medium. Info from television stories can't be added here until after the top or bottom of the hour, British time, closest to the end credits roll on BBC One. Therefore, fans in the Americas who are sensitive to spoilers should avoid Tardis on Sundays until they've seen the episode.