Honest Trailers – Doctor Who (Modern)

Honest Trailers – Doctor Who (Modern)

From fancy PBS comes a show where anything can happen and none of the continuity matters- it’s Honest Trailers for Doctor Who! (Modern Version)

Watch the Honest Trailer for Classic Doctor Who at the link below!

Watch the Honest Trailers Commentary to see an inside look from the writer’s perspective!

Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr, Lon Harris & Riley Silverman
Produced by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr & Max Dionne

Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker
Assistant Editor: Emin Bassavand

Honest Trailers – Doctor Who

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73 Responses

  1. Screen Junkies says:

    But which Doctor, is YOUR Doctor?

    One: Speak up and join the conversation- we encourage respectful debate.
    Two: Respect your community- racism, misogyny, homophobia and hate speech aren’t tolerated.
    Three: “Be nice.” – Dalton from Roadhouse

  2. James Totty says:

    Minor nerd point: On the first slide of ‘Every British Actor: Game of Thrones and Harry Potter Division’ you show Jim Broadbent in the middle and right and Jonathan Pryce on the left. Right episode though, Jim Broadbent was also in ‘The Curse of the Fatal Death’. Also Jonathan Pryce was of course in Game of Thrones, but not Harry Potter.

  3. christopher muller says:

    I was hoping for the real-life Timey-Wimey. Real life actor Doctor Who #5 (Peter Davidson) had a daughter (Georgia) who played the Daughter of #10 (David Tennant). The actors got married in real life and their first child was a girl. So as the Meme says…The Doctor’s Daughter, played the Doctor’s Daughter who gave birth to the Doctor’s Daughter.

  4. OniNoSweeney says:

    Not enough Captain Jack Harkness.

  5. DonoTheGamer says:

    David Tennant will always be my Doctor.

  6. Nova ́ says:

    Friend: What’s Doctor Who about?
    Me: Its a show about a guy who *inhales* blew up his home planet, caused the earth to fo boom several times, killed off his greatest enemies just to bring them back, blew up the moon, caused the Titanic to fall on London, planned a bank heist not knowing that he came up with the plan, almost killed Hitler by accident, is on Queen Elizabeth’s hit list, tried to stop and evil doer just to find out that there was no villain for that week (which greatly disappointed him), meet the Devil, showed a girl that she was the cause of her fear of monsters under the bed, and shows us that Christmas is not as jolly as you think it is.
    Friend: That’s it?
    Me: Oh no. There’s more but I’m not describing 13 years of quality television.

  7. cat says:

    the tenth doctor will always be my doctor. i also love the ninth.

  8. Arsenal 1207 says:

    Why is Kylie Minogue on every other British actor? She’s an Aussie.

  9. ana arias says:

    i love when david tennant does that thing with his voice whenit goes all high cause hes excitable. its cute as hell

  10. Kaleb Diaz says:

    NEVER BE CRUEL NEVER BE COWARDLY….and never ever eat pears, remember hate is always foolish and love is always wise, always try to be nice but never fail to be kind oh and you mustn’t tell and anyone your name no one would understand it anyway except…… except children, children can hear it. Sometimes- if their heart is in the right place and the stars are too, children can hear your name, but nobody else…nobody ever…..laugh hard run fast be kind…doctor…..i let you go ~Peter Capaldi the 12th doctor )~

    • Ritrisha RC says:

      I cried at this one :'(

    • Ó Cúin says:

      True, pears, they make your chin wet.

    • mzk1 says:

      But be extremely callous with the lives of soldiers. It would appear.

    • Jordan Lyon says:

      Am I the only one that thought this speech was wack? Like, who is he talking to? (Yes I know, himself, but it’s obvious it’s more to the audience). He’s flaying about the set like some high school/gcse drama student, giving a dragged out speech that goes on too long, echoes Matt Smith’s way too much, and is just way too on the nose.

      It was like Steven Moffat was late giving in an assignment, rushed a lengthy bit of waffle, and hit submit. Capaldi deserved a lot better.

    • Christina Wright says:

      Kaleb Diaz took me a while to warm up to capaldi, but I kinda miss him now

  11. Mark Okoli says:

    The weeping angels are the scariest nightmare you can ever have about

  12. Doing some Games says:

    To each their own, but tennant will always be my favorite

  13. Diandrealine says:

    “Eccleston the only Doctor to regenerate due to creative differences with the BBC” you went there huh! hahahaha

  14. Joel Plamondon says:

    I like the way you compare the Daleks to internet commentors, lol.

  15. David Ward says:

    Want to feel better & lift depression, watch Dr. Who.

  16. SeanTom86 says:

    4:02 – “Jodie Whittaker, the first female Doctor, which – no matter how she performs – is the one of the least outrageous things this ridiculous show has ever done!” THANK YOU FOR THAT!!!

    • Ferb says:

      I’ve never met someone who doesn’t like women in lead roles. Are you sure these people exist, or is that just what you get told by media can only be the only possible explanation when millions of fans don’t like something that happens to have a woman in it (as most things will).
      I take it all these people who don’t like women in lead roles hated the film ‘Wonder Woman’, for instance? Strange that that film was so univerally popular, with high ratings from viewers? Maybe it’s because that film was well written? As opposed to, say, The Last Jedi, which had a nonsensical plot with characters acting in ways that made no sense? (Much like, say, the cubes episode written by Chris Chibnall, or pretty much anything else written by Chris Chibnall.) But wait! It had a woman in it, so clearly people didn’t hate it because of it’s rubbish plot, but because they hated women in lead roles! Even though all those SAME people loved Wonder Woman and other such films! Yes, yes, it’s very clear now.

    • pious83 says:

      +BlindEagle Ace *because they don’t like women to be in lead roles*
      That is quite a bizarre leap in logic there and a somewhat ignorant generalisation.
      What I find a little strange is how they are selling Whitaker, as if there has never been female leads/Timelords in the series before. Even The Master did the gender swap thing in the previous season via Missy. So not even that aspect is anything new, progressive or different.
      Of course there was also the *lead Female* Timelord villain, The Rani, which again Classic Doctor Who did decades ago.

    • jamesk479 says:

      That is absurd, none of those are even remotely the same as having the PROTAGONIST/TITLE CHARACTER as a women for the first time. Yes, there will be a-holes that don’t like that. What planet are you on?

    • H Man says:

      Yup. It’s when I stopped watching

    • pjgs says:

      I thought she was wonderful in the first episode!

  17. Oranges and Salt says:

    Donna’s ending still hurts my soul.

  18. Gloomy Fish says:

    11th Doctor will always be my favourite. 10th was good too.

  19. Lilly M.C. says:

    Matt Smith ❤ best Doctor

  20. musicaddictor_anniepapaz says:

    I have been conditioned by the internet to find David Tennant cute..

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