List Of Doctor Who Serials By Setting
The majority of the stories in the long-running television series Doctor Who and its spin-offs include an element of time travel, with the settings taking place on dates across a wide span of time in the fictional universe of Doctor Who – the "Whoniverse". To date, 11 actors have portrayed the Doctor, with each receiving an ordinal number (1st, 2nd, 3rd etc.). This list encompasses the adventures of all 11 Doctors and the spin-off series Torchwood (TW), The Sarah Jane Adventures (SJA) and K-9 (K-9). It also includes the singular pilot episode of K-9 and Company (K-9 & Co), as well as the animated serial, The Scream of the Shalka (REG-9) which was produced by the BBC as official canon but subsequently de-canonised when the series was revived in 2005. It does not cover audio dramas, such as those by Big Finish Productions, nor novels.
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