Merchandise no image

Published on August 4th, 2011 | by Meredith Burdett

The Complete David Tennant Years

BBC Video is releasing something of a treat for Doctor Who fans in America and Canada, a box set of all the Tenth Doctor’s on screen adventures, even the animated ones!

Comprising Series 2, 3 and 4 of Doctor Who (and the Christmas specials starting with The Christmas Invasion), buyers will also get 2009 specials the umbrella the Tenth Doctor’s final days, right up to The End of Time, Part Two. The Infinite Quest and Dreamland are thrown in to the mix for good measure.

And after you’ve managed to watch all these fantastic adventures, there’s a multitude of special features to get through as well. All the Doctor Who Confidentials are included (most likely in their cut down form), video diaries, deleted and extended scenes and also the specially filmed scenes for Children in Need and audio commentaries for specific episodes.

This 26 disc box set, entitled The Complete David Tennant Years, is a must have for any Doctor Who fan and especially a fan of the Tenth Doctor’s era. Released on October 11th (see what they did there? 10-11?) the RRP is $199.98 but shop around, you may be able to find an even better deal than that…

(With thanks to Joe)


Tags: , , , , ,

About the Author


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

4 Responses to The Complete David Tennant Years

  1. avatar Bob James says:

    I’m so happy to see this coming out. David deserves a fitting retrospective tribute like this.

  2. avatar Liam says:

    Em… why? Doesn’t every fan already have Seasons 2-4? Or Seasons 28-30? You’d think they’d at least take this oppurtunity to upgrade pre-Planet of the Dead to HD, but apparently not.

  3. avatar ChrisL says:

    I can understand Liam’s reaction, after all most people will have the episodes already, but there’s something about these special collections that just screams “buy me, buy me now!”

    I’ve put the same argument forward in the past when my favourite band has released yet another collection of songs I already have five (or more) copies of!
    I’ve still bought the newly packaged songs though – ‘cos obviously there is no limit to the number of times one should buy ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ – and I have no doubt the same thing will happen here.
    I will buy this box set, not because I don’t already own everything it contains but because I want to – it’s as simple as that!

    I absolutely adored David Tennant’s Doctor, although it’s becoming fashionable not to, and owning this latest collection is something I want to do. I suspect I’m not alone in this either.

    Ahem, the plural of diary is “diaries” not “diary’s”…

  4. avatar Alex says:

    Even though I have all the season sets and the animateds, I might have invested (even $200) if this was available in Blu-ray. They certainly can upgrade the episodes to high-def because they did so with The Next Doctor and it looked fine. The animateds could have been done too. Oh well. There’s always the 50th anniversary.

Please be aware that all comments are subject to adherence to our comments policy.
Back to Top ↑