Doctor Who Series 4 Review 

The fourth series of Doctor Who is one of the best series of the revival since 2005 as it is regarded as one of the best if not the best series of the show, not only because every loves a bit of Catherine Tate and David Tennant as Ten and Donna but because it is the best pairing that RTD could come up with and it worked. 

At at time when the show had its best ratings merchandise was flying off the shelves and we were nearing closer to the end of David’s impeccable tenure as the tenth incarnation as the Doctor.

The fourth season of Doctor Who boasts some of the best episodes since its return; brilliant acting, excellent set design and masterful writing combine to make it the golden series of the show. Donna Noble, while not as memorable as Rose, does a great job of shaking off the doubters with a stunning performance as the Doctor’s latest companion. The writing is some of the best since the show’s return in 2005 and with Stephen Moffat set to take the helm next season, the show promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

And there is some great stories in there to from the stolen earth to Journeys end and Partners in Crime. In my opinion its the best series and nothing can take it from the top spot unless RTD does something magnificent with the 60th Specials and Series 14 than maybe it might happen, but who knows.

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