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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

The Complete 9th Series DVD & Blu-ray - Covers & Details

BBC DVD have issued the covers and details for the release of the complete ninth series of Doctor Who on DVD and Blu-ray:

Peter Capaldi returns as the Doctor alongside Jenna Coleman with guests including Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams. Now that the Doctor and Clara have established a dynamic as a partnership of equals, they’re relishing the fun and thrills that all of space and time has to offer. Tangling with ghosts, Vikings and the ultimate evil of the Daleks, they embark on their biggest adventures yet. Missy is back to plague the Doctor once more, the Zygons inspire fear as they shape-shift into human clones, and a new arrival moves in cosmic way.

The DVD and Blu-ray contains all 12 episodes from Peter Capaldi’s second series in the role with guest star’s Maisie Williams and Rufus Hound as well as the brilliant Michelle Gomez. The Complete Boxset also contains the 2014 Christmas special, Last Christmas and this year’s highly anticipated one The Husbands of River Song and more than four hours’ worth of VAM.

9.x1: Last Chrismas
9.01: The Magician's Apprentice
9.02: The Witch's Familiar
9.03: Under the Lake
9.04: Before the Flood
9.05: The Girl Who Died
9.06: The Woman Who Lived
9.07: The Zygon Invasion
9.08: The Zygon Inversion
9.09: Sleep No More
9.10: Face the Raven
9.11: Heaven Sent
9.12: Hell Bent
9.x2: The Husbands of River Song

  • Prologue to Series 9
  • Prequel to The Magician's Apprentice (The Doctor's Meditation)
  • Doctor Who Extra - 9 Episodes
  • Documentaries: Writing Who, Dalek Devotion, The Adventures of River Song, Doctor Who: Sublime Online, Clara's Journey and The Fan Show's Finest
  • 2015 San Diego Comic Con Panel
  • Interview with Peter Capaldi & Jenna Coleman hosted by Wil Wheaton
  • Series 8 Recap
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Trailers
  • Commentaries for Last Christmas, Under the Lake, Before the Flood, The Woman Who Lived and Sleep No More

The complete ninth series of Doctor Who is on sale from 7th March 2016 priced £51.05 on DVD and £56.16 on Blu-ray.