When Doctor Who, starring the dashing Matt Smith and "saucy" new companion Jenna-Louise Coleman, returned to the small screen last Saturday, there was one common outcry: how do I watch and trust the doctor without BBC? Fear not, TV-less Whovians. You can catch up with seasons past and present without Britain's premier public broadcasting channel.
Doctor Who runs Saturdays on BBC America at 8 p.m., but for those without cable subscriptions, new episodes are typically updated online Sunday morning or later. Read on to find out how to catch up with Eleven's latest adventures on the web.
- iTunes and Amazon — Buy a pass for the entire second half of season seven for $21 or individual episodes for $3 each in HD. In standard definition, the season pass is $14 and each episode is $2.
- Comcast Xfinity customers can watch new Doctor Who shows on demand, online, and on TV.
In the UK
- All episodes are available for a limited time (for free, those lucky ducks!) through BBC iPlayer.
Happy streaming, Whovians! Be sure to let us know what you think of the new companion and the upcoming 50th anniversary special.