Doctor Who

After five years of hair-raising adventures – eyebrow hair to be exact – one of the most popular Doctors since Tom Baker is giving up the Tardis. Premiering January 2, Doctor Who: THE END OF TIME, PART ONE and Doctor Who: THE END OF TIME, PART TWO delivers more explosions than New Year’s fireworks. Exclusive to SPACE, the final chapter of David Tennant’s tenure as the Tenth Doctor unfolds in a Clash-of-the-Titans-esque two-part special with PART ONE airing at 8 p.m. ET, followed immediately by PART TWO at 9:20 p.m. ET.

SPACE is turbo-charging the Tardis with the DOCTOR WHO MARATHON at 4 p.m. ET, with re-airings of THE NEXT DOCTOR, PLANET THE DEAD and THE WATERS OF MARS.

On December 18, InnerSPACE dedicates their year-end episode to DOCTOR WHO. Starting at a special time of 10:15 p.m. ET, Ajay and Teddy conduct an in-depth analysis of the final four specials including a rare interview with lead writer and executive producer, Russell T Davies.

Left to right: Bernard Cribbins, David Tennant and John Simm

In DOCTOR WHO: THE END OF TIME, PART ONE the Doctor embarks on what he knows to be his final journey. There’s only one problem; his psychotic nemesis, the Master, has been reborn. With both determined to cheat death, the battle rages from the wastelands of London to the mysterious Immortality Gate. Meanwhile, the alien race Ood warn of an even greater danger, as a terrible shadow falls across the Universe.

In PART TWO the Master’s plans hurtle out of control. With the sound of drums growing louder, and an ancient trap closing around Earth, the Doctor and his companion must fight alone. But sacrifices must be made, and the deadly prophecy warns: ‘He will knock four times.’

David Tennant stars as the Tenth Doctor; guest stars include John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, Catherine Tate, Timothy Dalton, David Harewood and June Whitfield.  DOCTOR WHO: THE END OF TIME, PART ONE and PART TWO is written by Russell T Davies and directed by Euros Lyn. Producer is Tracie Simpson.

DOCTOR WHO: END OF TIME marks Tennant’s and Davies’ final collaboration on the iconic series before they pass the baton to actor Matt Smith and executive producer Steven Moffat. Season 5 of DOCTOR WHO introduces the Eleventh Doctor and all-new adventures. It is planned for a spring premiere, exclusively on SPACE.

The Doctor is in, and the countdown is on! David Tennant’s final four adventures as the Tenth Time Lord unfold exclusively on SPACE. The second of four high-octane specials, Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars premieres Saturday, December 19 at 9 p.m. ET. To kick-start the event, 24 hours prior, SPACE is re-airing DOCTOR WHO: PLANET OF THE DEAD. SPACE fans laid claim to the esteemed DOCTOR WHO franchise when this first installment reached nearly half a million viewers earlier in the year.* Cited as the most successful and longest running sci-fi series in the world, the latest DOCTOR WHO specials are also available on-demand at www.spacecast.com.

After 900 years of phone booth travel the Tenth incarnation of the Doctor is tidying up the Tardis for the Eleventh Time Lord’s residency. In one of Tennant’s most thrilling adventures yet, Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars tracks the Doctor and his companion Adelaide (Lindsay Duncan), as they face terror on the Red Planet. Peter O’Brien (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) guest stars as Ed, Adelaide’s second-in-command at the base.

In DOCTOR WHO: PLANET OF THE DEAD,  the Doctor takes a detour to an alien world. Forced to work with the extraordinary Lady Christina (Michelle Ryan), the Doctor discovers terrifying secrets hidden in the sand, and the deadly Swarm is getting closer.

The final two DOCTOR WHO specials starring David Tennant as the iconic Time Lord are scheduled to premiere over the holidays. 

DOCTOR WHO: The Waters of Mars is written by Russell T Davies (Torchwood, Queer as Folk) and Phil Ford and directed by Graeme Harper.  Davies and Julie Gardner (TORCHWOOD, LIFE ON MARS) serve as executive producers.

The wait is over. Fans of the sci-fi drama DOCTOR WHO and its hit spin-off series, TORCHWOOD will be over the moon when all-new episodes catapult onto SPACE for six thrill-filled nights. The adventure and suspense begins when the five-part television event TORCHWOOD: CHILDREN OF EARTH unfolds over five consecutive nights beginning Monday, July 20 at 10 p.m. ET. The voyages continue on Saturday, July 25 at 9 p.m. ET with the Canadian premiere of DOCTOR WHO: PLANET OF THE DEAD. This is the first of the final four adventures of the tenth Time Lord.  Episodes are available on demand at www.spacecast.com immediately following their television premiere.

Separate from the government, outside the police, and beyond the United Nations, Torchwood is a crack squad of charismatic agents who gather intelligence and protect humanity from alien threats. The highly anticipated Season 3 premiere TORCHWOOD: CHILDREN OF EARTH is one epic story told over five episodes. Led by the mysterious and enigmatic Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), the Torchwood team must come to terms with the death of their closest friends. Faced with their fiercest threat to date, the future of Torchwood and the entire human race hangs in the balance. Special guests Peter Capaldi (In The Loop), Paul Copely (CORONATION STREET, THE BILL) and Liz May Brice (BAD GIRLS, THE BILL) join returning cast members Eve Myles, Gareth David-Lloyd, Kai Owen and Tom Price.

Television’s longest running science fiction series, and a global phenomenon, DOCTOR WHO triumphantly returns to Canadian television exclusively on SPACE with four all-new specials. Revealing the final exploits of the tenth Time Lord, DOCTOR WHO: PLANET OF THE DEAD follows the Doctor (David Tennant) aboard a London double-decker bus on a detour to an alien world. Forced to work with the extraordinary Lady Christina (Michelle Ryan, BIONIC WOMAN), the Doctor soon discovers that the mysterious planet holds terrifying secrets hidden in the sand, and the deadly Swarm is getting closer.

Saturday, March 14 9 p.m. ET/ 6 p.m. PT

Christmas, 1851, and the Doctor meets a strange man in Victorian England – a man called The Doctor. But can either one of them protect the Earth from the approaching army of metal men?