Doctor Who Checklist

Have you ever decided to wade into the Doctor Who back-catalogue only to get lost?

It is easy to get lost in 50 years of canon. To that end, I built a handy checklist. It will help you track which episodes you have seen, which you haven’t, and how many hours of unique episodes you have left.

Here is the Checklist.

How much Who is out there?

Doctor Who has always been broken into “stories”. Sometimes a single episode is a stand-alone story. But sometimes, particularly in the old days, many episodes in a row are part of a single, tightly-bound “story”.

Episodes Since 1963

  • 276 TV stories have aired.
  • Watching all of those would take: 17 days, 2 hour and 55 minutes.

Classic Who

  • 155 stories aired between 1964 and 1989.
  • Watching these would take: 12 days, 4 hours, and 50 minutes.

Nu Who

  • 120 stories have aired since the 2005 reboot.
  • Watching these would take: 4 days, 20 hours, and 40 minutes.

How much Who have you seen?

How many stories have you seen? How many days of unique episodes have you watched?

Try the Checklist.

Published: November 25 2017