Hothouse was the second story in the third series of the Eighth Doctor Adventures, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Jonathan Morris and featured Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor and Sheridan Smith as Lucie Miller.

It was a sequel to the 1976 Doctor Who television story The Seeds of Doom and the first appearance of the Krynoids since 2002's The Green Man.

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Somewhere in the south of England stands the Hothouse. Five vast, state-of-the-art biodomes, all steel and glass. Inside, rock star turned environmental activist Alex Marlowe has a plan to save the world from climate change. By any means necessary...

There's something growing inside the Hothouse. Something that could turn back humanity's tide. A voracious alien vegetable called the Krynoid. The Doctor's going to have to stop it. Stop Marlow. Stop Marlow's fanatical acolyte, Lucie Miller...

Save the world. By any means necessary.

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  • Britain's water reservoir levels are below 5%. Water is restricted to hospitals only.
  • Hazel was present during a flood in Dhaka.

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  • Krynoids are affected by high pitched noises.
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