The ninth incarnation of the Doctor (Christopher Eccleston) and his new companion Rose (U. pop starlet Billie Piper) embark on yet more far-flung and improbable adventures: traveling 5,000,000,000 years into the future as the Earth is about to be swallowed by the sun, escaping from a mysterious space-station where the contestants are trapped in demented versions of popular reality-TV shows, and facing an old and terrible menace, the Daleks.Thundered back onto the BBC in a manner that honored the series' canon while also injecting new energy and reestablishing a show previously aimed primarily at children as one sophisticated enough that adult geeks could love it unabashedly.Michelle Gomez, who has made repeated appearances in the series as character Missy, has announced that she will quit the show along with its outgoing boss Steven Moffat and star Peter Capaldi. She told the Radio Times: "My pals are going, so I'm going. His abilities, as chosen by Doctor Who Facebook fans are "Air From My Lungs", which increases the healing of heal gems, and "Everybody Lives! is a great jumping-on point, and to help, we've produced a guide to the episode for new fans as part of our Getting To Know Who series.(There's also a guide to his last adventure too, but - you know - spoilers.)We've commissioned three exclusive new wallpapers for your computer, phone or social profile - featuring the Ninth Doctor, Rose, Jack and a host of monsters from the era. And the official Doctor Who You Tube channel has a playlist of all the Ninth Doctor's greatest moments, including this amazing trailer, where the Ninth Doctor asked us to come with him for "the trip of a lifetime". Considering some of Christopher Eccleston's key performances in his first and only season, it's hard to imagine that he could have improved much.
He's unlockable for all players, regardless of your progress in the game or your crystals, if you use the code Q858-8A85-CNZ9-748Z (valid until 1330 GMT on Saturday 29 March).mythology about Time Lords and the TARDIS and regeneration, so it fell to Eccleston to hook audiences into the series.Without Eccleston's performance as the Ninth Doctor, we might not have gotten a Tenth or Eleventh or Twelfth.Christopher Eccleston is the only revival Doctor to date who only stayed on for one season.Ten and Eleven lasted years before regenerating, and Twelve doesn't seem to be going anywhere any time soon.
Sadly, he only stayed on board as Nine for a single season due to some personal issues with production.