((RED)) Hiya sis, glad you finally decided to stop by What you mean hiding? We are not hiding, we're right here. And by the way, I didn't know Doctor Who was in theaters, where did you go to see it. Or was it at Comic-Con?
Doctor Who got started and it is fantastic.
Yes it is, the best all time show, and the longest running, but I won't get started on that, and I am sure most will thank me.
I can only dream that I could afford to see it at Comic-Con lol.
Yeah, we got to see it in 3D at a local theater, there was a website that showed what theaters it could be found in, as it was a limited release. I a bit more than I would normally pay for a movie, but it was 3D, that the two kids and one senior ticket were a bit cheaper helped lol. Normally we only go to matinees, but this was a once in a life time event, and it was sold out. I found out about it from a Facebook Doctor Who group I'm in. So we had three generations of Doctor Who fans go
Dad and I discovered it back in the Tom Baker days on PBS, and then another PBS station started showing the 1st - 4th, and the other one from the 4th - 7th. Our kids have watched some of the classics, but not all - not even close, just the handful on Netflix, for now. They seen up through what's on Netflix/Hulu of the new, so they still need to see the last half of the most recent season.
Just a word of caution to those wanting to discover Doctor Who, there are two spin off shows, the Sarah Jane Adventures, geared toward kids and wonderful, featuring one of the all time favorite companion of most fans, Sarah Jane Smith. Then there's Torchwood, which features Captain Jack, a character from New Doctor Who. It is NOT
family friendly. He is really funny, BUT has extremely loose morals (putting it mildly), which is mentioned briefly in Doctor Who, but is shown in Torchwood - I regret watching it at all.