Doctor Who, Season 13 (Flux)

Doctor Who, Season 13 (Flux)

Doctor Who

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2021-10-31
  • Episodes: 19
  • iTunes Price: GBP 9.99
  • iTunes HD Price: GBP 13.99
From 2,535 Ratings


This series will introduce terrifying new adversaries as well the return of iconic old enemies. Expect action, fun, scares and extraordinary new worlds as the Doctor and her friends confront evil.


Title Time Price
1 Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse 50:09 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
2 Chapter Two: War of the Sontarans 59:43 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
3 Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time 49:21 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
4 Chapter Four: Village of the Angels 56:52 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
5 Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux 50:53 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
6 Chapter Six: The Vanquishers 59:35 GBP 1.89 Buy on iTunes
7 Trailer 01:02 Season Only Buy on iTunes
8 Bringing Karvinista to Life 04:29 Season Only Buy on iTunes
9 Introducing John Bishop as Dan 06:40 Season Only Buy on iTunes
10 Who is Mary Seacole? 07:35 Season Only Buy on iTunes
11 Meet Swarm and Azure 07:07 Season Only Buy on iTunes
12 The Return of the Fugitive Doctor 08:57 Season Only Buy on iTunes
13 Meet Vinder and Bel 08:45 Season Only Buy on iTunes
14 The Weeping Angels Return 07:21 Season Only Buy on iTunes
15 Directing Doctor Who 05:36 Season Only Buy on iTunes
16 Kate Stewart and Unit Return 07:11 Season Only Buy on iTunes
17 Meet the Sontarans 07:11 Season Only Buy on iTunes
18 The Flux Story Breakdown 15:44 Season Only Buy on iTunes
19 John Bishop Video Diary 09:03 Season Only Buy on iTunes


  • Doctor Who Flux

    By LightofSophia
    I personally thought how fantastic this series was.
  • Shocking

    By ourmutualfriend1313
    The special effects were good but that doesn’t make up for a script written in crayon where nothing has consequences, reasons or any character development. Better things are being scribbled in notebooks by kids the length and breadth of the country. Characters are introduced as filler and we are told they are important but in reality have no relevance to the ‘plot’ (a term used loosely as motivations and plot points change every episode). Basically a mess with zero meaning.
  • A Fluxing perplexing mess

    By Liam Kemble-Young
    Honestly don't know how this has received 4 stars. I guess people these days can't recognise poor tv and storylines. For me at least tv Doctor Who in it's current iteration and incarnation is dead. Long live Big Finish!!
  • The best show ever!!!

    By kshsiwn
    Amazing! I can’t get enough of this phenomenal show! If you haven’t watched this show YOU ARE MISSING OUT! I am addicted to Doctor who and Jodie is the best doctor by FAR
  • Just rubbish

    By prometheus_
    I feel sorry for Jodie. She’s done her best with the drivel she’s been given. It’s hard for her. She’ll probably go down as the least popular Doctor in history, and that’s nothing to do with the fact that she’s a woman and everything to do with just how terrible the writing is. Mild spoilers for previous seasons as an example: the writing goes out of its way to show you that racism and colonialism is bad (obviously!) and then the next episode the Doctor is weaponising the Master’s race against him. Or, mild spoilers for this season: one episode the Doctor is like “hey they were retreating, don’t blow up those ships!” And the next episode the Doctor literally commits genocide without blinking an eyelid. I am so happy Chris Chibnall is out. Hopefully this signals a return to form for the show.
  • Fantastic!

    By Fanantic_About_Fantasy_Fan
    What a series! Absolutely fantastic. Loved it! Epic storyline and amazing characters. The 13th Doctor at her best. Emotional times ahead.
  • Amazing

    By ry87
    So sad Jodie is leaving,she’s the best doctor of all time and this is her best series to date,it only shows what could have been achieved with a further 2-3 series lane deserved an extended run like Tom baker
  • hello ICONIC?

    By #Reviews
  • A brilliant start to the series (Ep 3 Update)

    By cosmosalexelle
    Chapter One: Doctor Who: Flux (or series 13) begins with The Halloween Apocalypse. The episode starts with us thrown right into the adventure. It’s full of energy and slows down for some really haunting sequences. As it’s chapter one of a six-part story, the episode ends on a cliffhanger. From the trailers, it looks like there’s a lot more of the story to come! Chapter Two: Flux continues it’s winning streak with another great episode. The War of the Sontarans show the titular enemies of The Doctor at their most evil. The story is intriguing with stellar performances all around. The cliffhanger leaves audiences excited for next-week! Chapter Three: The third episode of ‘Doctor Who: Flux’ is “Once, Upon Time”. A delightful mixture of five stories in one: Vinder, Yaz, The Doctor, Dan and Bel. This one seems to rely on CGI more than previous episodes, possibly because travel restrictions during filming might have prevented the usual globe-hopping location filming. However, it’s a great episode that may require a couple of re-watches to fully understand how the story fits together. It’s much faster paced compared to episode two and builds on more of the Flux mystery and that of the Divison. There’s a few great moments from some recurring characters too. Next week’s episode was featured in an extended “next chapter” teaser.
  • How can anyone possibly give this 5 stars?!

    By gamma9219
    BBC continue to ruin Dr Who which is such a shame - the main character has no screen presence and if a joke is attempted no one else is laughing - very poor - will watch the rest of the series in the unlikely event it might get better but doubt that very much