Doctor Who Checklist

Have you ever decided to wade into the Doctor Who 50-year back-catalogue only to get lost?

To make it slightly easier to attempt the task, I built a handy checklist. It will help you track which episodes you have seen, which you haven’t, and give you a rough idea of just how much there is left out there.

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”.

Everything Since 1963

  • 295 TV stories have aired.
  • Watching all of those would take: 17 days, 21 hours and 13 minutes.

Classic Who

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

Nu Who

  • 140 stories have aired since the 2005 reboot.
  • Watching these would take: 5 days, 16 hours, and 23 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