Audience figues are in free fall for season eleven of new Who, not entirely sure Chibnall will be around post this season considering a lot of reviews are getting nasty.
Nope, not hating it. Just very, very busy the past few months dealing with serious medical issue cross country and funeral stuff. 2019 will see some posts from me.Where is the topic on this? Judging from the lack of conversation on it...I'm gonna guess people are hating it? Well I love it, and if you do too, come and chat about it here!
The Doctor is heading to HBO Max after the WarnerMedia streaming service picked up the exclusive streaming rights to long-running BBC Studios drama Doctor Who.
The service will have all 11 seasons of the sci-fi fan favorite at launch in spring 2020 including the SVOD premiere of season 11, which stars Jodie Whittaker. As part of the deal with BBC Studios, the streamer will be the exclusive SVOD home for future seasons after they air on BBC America.
In addition to Doctor Who, HBO Max has licensed 700 episodes of landmark BBC series including Ricky Gervais’ The Office, Top Gear, Luther and The Honorable Woman.
The new Doctor Who left Netflix in the US a few years ago and moved to Amazon Prime. Netflix has been allowing old series and movies to leave for some time now. They’ve been concentrating on their original programming.How many people are watching Doctor Who on streaming services like Netflix? I usually DVR the new shows off of BBC America and fast forward through the commercials so I may not have noticed this otherwise... the streaming rights for Who are switching to HBO Max. Yes, another streaming service for people to deal with as shows continue to get scattered across about a dozen competing streaming services.
The Doctor is heading to HBO Max after the WarnerMedia streaming service picked up the exclusive streaming rights to long-running BBC Studios drama Doctor Who. The service will have all 11 seasons …deadline.com
The new Disney streaming service, resulting in them pulling the Disney/Marvel/Star Wars titles, isn't helping Netflix either. I hadn't seen Captain Marvel yet, it won't be on Netflix. Now Disney has confirmed that all of the Netflix Marvel shows are considered non-canon and that and canon versions would be any reboots on their own service. That's a shame because there was some quality stuff in there.The new Doctor Who left Netflix in the US a few years ago and moved to Amazon Prime. Netflix has been allowing old series and movies to leave for some time now. They’ve been concentrating on their original programming.
We have a Prime account so I watch the Amazon stuff on my X-Box. Compared to the Netflix app I find the Amazon app excruciatingly awful to use. Except for their high profile stuff that they hype I'm likely missing most of the stuff on there.because Amazon wants to do the same, in that they’d rather have people go to their streaming service for originals.
And you just answered a question I was going to ask. I've seem commercials for BritBox but, until yourself, have never come across a single person who actually used it.Now if BritBox could add Blake’s 7...
I just watched ep 5 and it looks like this is how they'll end up doing a likely soft-reboot of the "Who-verse" when the current series ends. No more restrictions on the number of regenerations and the existence of multi-verses. They weren't happy with just retconning the Doctor, U.N.I.T. has been hit as well. Of course New Who already decimated the legacy of U.N.I.T previously so this retcon isn't as bad as what they are doing to the title character but, still, it seems like goal of FLUX has been to have the current actor's exit arc to be a Scorched-Earth policy for any future Who.Kevin just about to watch episode five, thankfully only one more after that, but hell yeah this is getting a whole lot worse.