List of Doctor Who Serials By Setting - Parallel Universes

Parallel Universes

Some stories depict events occurring in what is specifically stated to be a different, parallel universe.

Story Possible Date(s) Doctor Year Aired
Inferno contemporaneous with 1970s entry 3rd 1970
"Rise of the Cybermen" & "The Age of Steel" 1 February 2007 10th 2006
"Army of Ghosts" & "Doomsday" 3 years after the events of "The Age of Steel"
"Journey's End" (DÃ¥rlig Ulv Stranden scene) several years after "Doomsday" 2008

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