Doctor Who is a fictional TV series that had been running in the UK since the 1960s. It features the extraterrestrial Doctor, who time travels across the Universe. The Doctor lives and travels in the TARDIS, which appears from the outside as a blue police box, but inside it is much bigger.
The Doctor appears in many physical forms, due to the fictional device of regeneration whereby the Doctor can transform when their current body is too damaged to heal. The Doctor has always been a man, but has recently regenerated into a female form. She is the first female Doctor, and she is great.
The first episode of Doctor Who aired on television on November 23, 1963. The first episode was advertised as a new television series of adventures in time and space. Doctor Who was on television until 1989 and had a television film in 1996. It returned to television in 2005 due to its popularity.
The Doctor always has companions because they knew the Doctor’s secret and were non-human beings who traveled in space and time. The Doctor’s companions often saved the Doctor or gave the Doctor a different perspective on a situation. The companions were sometimes the reason that the Doctor sacrificed their current life to regenerate.
The Doctor Who’s greatest villains include The Master, who is Doctor’s Moriarty who are opposite of one another, the Time Lords who are the grandfathers of the universe, and the Silence who can erase themselves from someone’s memory. Other Doctor Who’s villains include Cybermen, Daleks, Davros, and Scaroth.