We have here for you, a brief look at the Top 10 Modern Era Doctor Who episodes since 2005. If you haven’t seen them as yet, it’s high time that you got hold of them. You wouldn’t want to miss them, trust me!
10. The Day of the Doctor (2013)
Featuring Matt Smith, David Tennant, John Hurt, Jenna Coleman, Billie Piper, Jemma Redgrave, Ingrid Oliver, Joanna Page, Tom Baker, Nicholas Briggs
The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who was met with gigantic fanfare.The weight was on Steven Moffat to create a full-length unique episode deserving of such a major occasion. On that, he didn’t disillusion. Uniting three eras of the Doctor, we got the opportunity to see Matt Smith and David Tennant act along with each other and the War Doctor, played by John Hurt. Set on the last day of the Time War, we got to know the War Doctor’s dark mystery as he planned to obliterate Gallifrey in order to stop the intrusion of the Daleks. However, with the assistance of Tennant and Smith’s Doctors (and the various Doctors), he figured out how to change his timeline and hide Gallifrey elsewhere in time and space.
9. Vincent and the Doctor (2010)
Featuring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Tony Curran, Bill Nighy
Now and again, a Doctor Who story goes along that resembles none other. This episode (the only one to date to be composed by Richard Curtis) scarcely appears like part of the canon. When he gets to be charmed by a figure in a Van Gogh painting, the Doctor takes Amy back so as to visit the tormented artist who is being tormented by an alien called a Krafayis. The story bargains delicately with emotional instability and is confined by a mental clarity that the series has seldom bettered. Tony Curran gives an awesome execution as Van Gogh, both baffling and full-blooded. Furthermore, the scene when the Doctor takes Van Gogh to the future to show how his work will be recognized as heart-breaking.