Thanks to BBC America fans will have a “Doctor Who” December.
The TARDIS is landing this December to enjoy nine days of marathoning some of the favorite time lords including Peter Capaldi, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, and Matt Smith. The “Binge for the Holidays” will lead up to the first-ever New Year’s Day special episode starring Jodie Whittaker on January 1st. Whovians need to add a calendar reminder for Christmas Eve as the “Doctor Who” episodes will kick off the party, and bonus, BBC America will bring back that Doctor Who Yule Log with all new 2019 updates. Stay tuned to VOD, BBCAmerica.com and the BBC app.
Last year’s Yule Log
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“Binge for the Holidays” will stave off the winter blues with BBC America’s themed marathons starting Mon, Dec. 3, 2019. Check out the program themes and some of our favorite films and shows to nerd out to such as Terminators, Mulder and Scully, Sherlock, and BBCA’s critically-acclaimed original series “Killing Eve”. Nerds also like to rock to some badass films such as “Pulp Fiction” and the “Rambo” films. Check out the full “Binge for the Holidays” lineup.
- Dec. 3-5, 10-12, 17-21: Movies That Sleigh with “Pulp Fiction”, the Rambo films, “The Departed”, “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” and more.
- Dec. 6-9: Sci-Fi Binge heading into the “Doctor Who” finale, featuring “Star Trek: The Original Series”, “The X-Files”, “The Real History of Science Fiction” and hit sci-fi movies
- Dec. 13-16: Earth Binge, including Emmy®-winner Blue Planet II, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and more.
- Dec. 13-Jan 1: Darts Binge – Don’t miss the best matches from the World Darts Championship, the biggest darts tournament in the world, Sunday mornings on BBC AMERICA (beginning December 16). Full coverage, 111 hours of Darts action, will be live-streamed on BBCAmerica.com and the app starting December 13.
- Dec. 22-23: A Few of Our Favorite Things, featuring BBCA’s critically-acclaimed original series “Killing Eve”, “Sherlock”, the National Lampoon movies and more.
- Dec. 24-25: “Doctor Who” Christmas Specials.
- Dec. 25-Jan 1: “Doctor Who” Marathon, including all episodes with Peter Capaldi, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant, and Matt Smith, leading straight into the first-ever New Year’s Day special episode starring Jodie Whittaker.