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Doctor Who: 50 Years of a TV Icon

Digital Spy has posted this excellent new video examining the 50 year history of Doctor Who.

The feature includes a star-studded selection of faces from the Whoniverse, including Karen Gillan – minus her ginger locks! – David Tennant, Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman, and show-runner Steven Moffat, who provides an excellent summary of the show’s durability:

It’s like a predator that’s been super-evolved to survive in an environment.

This is the television show you pretty much can’t kill. You can replace absolutely everybody multiple times and the show won’t blink. That’s amazing, isn’t it?

Click play above to start enjoying it – whatever you might think about Digital Spy, this is a polished piece of work.



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